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    Jasmine TS99CPublished on 12/23/04 at 00:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Jasmine is a Takamine branded ... so the quality is there!
    It is Made in Korea
    21 frets
    piezo pickup
    3-band preamp
    Pan-cut

    The finish is nice and neat
    Sunburst effect black-brown very pretty ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin and very nice ...
    Guitarists accustomed to electric guitars should not be lost.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are of good quality in acoustics ... but the size of the cash limit
    play in public (very public!!)
    This is a guitar that gets over when the branch on an amp or sound system ...
    The sound gets a bit in the treble but still well balanced overall.
    The equalizer is correct and allows for enough adjustments.

    This guitar is excelle…
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    Jasmine is a Takamine branded ... so the quality is there!
    It is Made in Korea
    21 frets
    piezo pickup
    3-band preamp
    Pan-cut

    The finish is nice and neat
    Sunburst effect black-brown very pretty ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin and very nice ...
    Guitarists accustomed to electric guitars should not be lost.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are of good quality in acoustics ... but the size of the cash limit
    play in public (very public!!)
    This is a guitar that gets over when the branch on an amp or sound system ...
    The sound gets a bit in the treble but still well balanced overall.
    The equalizer is correct and allows for enough adjustments.

    This guitar is excellent in the accompaniment of a rhythm guitar solo ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar since 1992, I bought it in 2400 for Lead Guitar F (350 €) and I'm SATIF.

    The only problem is the quality of cabling in the pre-amp, I had to make some small welds .... it's nothing but good in 14 years!!

    Other friends bought Epiphone, Fender and Yamaha electro-acoustic in the same price range and they all found that Jasmine had a sound and a unique playability ...
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