This acoustisque electro guitar is a Japanese who has a good acoustiqe it apparently lacks a little low, it is very rich in medium and sound very briallant.
faith branch c perfect, the lack of bass this lightweight catches up right away.
The neck is super enjoyable, it very easy to play.
the handle is a bit short but it is not drangeant.
it is a fund between the parlor and so small ooo which justifies the size of the handle and super grip.
I play a lot of jazz and world music. sound of this instrument is perfect for me, for a pump and a roll themes alone. for blues, picking it works really well too, MEMC rather done for this style l.
branch c super, I play a super roland ac 60 and has a hit.
I use it for a year and I find it really good.
good report qualitprix 850
I have myself Sparer against heart for godin multiac steel because it will be more convenient for me this year. but if I had more money I will keep.
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fred83's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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Small precision anyway: It's not the massive Koa is the veneer. The explanation of Takamine: If the table was massive, unlike his would not have justified the price difference.
The handle is very aréable to play, in my opinion.
Access to acute? Ben is an acoustic, there is no cutaway, but in general we do not play at the 17th fret on that kind of guitar!
Level ergonomics, I find it perfect. "00", so very small size. Top Notch
1) The acoustic sound:
It is extremely powerful, it does not enomes low (not jumbo!) And treble are not very far ahead. However I found ue huge difference to the type of rope: Initially I had put Martin, it was normal what. After I tried Elixir acoustic "Phosphor Bronze". And it was still day and night! Yet I am not a maniac on the choice of my rope brands! Electrical, I take the cheaper. But there, phosphor bronze Elixir sound good, are shiny longer. I go to 12-56.
So to pick, its fairly wide range depending on the pick (like all guitars). One can easily make stuff arpege with a tab or a pick, or fingers. My in this style I prefer the pick or tab thumb. Otherwise in good blues roots with fingers, that's great too!
I will not dwell on the subject: If you want a REAL acoustic guitar, do not use a piezo pickup, even on Taylor! on the other hand on stage, troubleshoots ca, is fast to implement. That said, the sound, for a piezo is good, even very good. The preamp is excellent. But it's still piezo!
If you play a few musicians, try to pair it with another micro piezo a capacitor is that you put in front of the guitar is that you clip it on it (audio technica AT831b is awesome). You will have a REAL guitar sound. Now for rhythmic rock, or variety, piezo is fine.
I've had more than a year. I am extremely happy. I also have another Takamine EN20, a jumbo. Level: nothing to do. When recording, I often use the EN20 for rhythm. She has more "body". But the complete EF407 good.
Above all, on stage, it is not bulky, it is easy to play ...
Thank you Takamine.
To give you an idea, watch the DVD "rather Guitar" Maxime Leforetier. Michel Haumont play on this guitar.
Made in Japan
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
Table, koa back and sides
Handle 43 mm, rather thin with a slight radius
preamp with tuner
Personally, I chose this guitar for his parlor size and comfort of the handle: in any game really happening.
Mechanical quality: good level of agreement
I play little electro, but this guitar ... I plug in and it sounds, and even pretty good! Controls are effective, integrated tuner practice!
I play, folk, blues and a little rock ... Koa gives her a little "muffled", but well balanced with personality ... The projection is not monstrous but we can really let go and scratch safe, no blur or saturation, so that overall it will!
I tried a little picking there with narrow neck and sounds "muffled", it is not necessarily obvious to play ... it is not his thing!
I use it for 3 months, and I had tried a lot of guitars (including Taylor, Gibson, normann), this "tak" definitely worth a visit!
I got mine used, it has some "pets", so I have not bought a fortune and this is the guitar that I carry around everywhere ... small size with its integrated tuner, not killing fingers, but a typical sound like and that can play everything!
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tyfab29's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
HANDLE AND BUTTON SUPER NICE
ERGONOMICS AMAZING, A LIGHTWEIGHT REAL THIS GUITAR, I LOVE HER SMALL FORMAT
THE SOUND IS VERY GOOD BRANCH, MISSING SOME POWER ACOUSTIC PURE LIE TO ITS SMALL SIZE PARLOR
CONNECTED THIS GUITAR IS TERRIBLE, THE PRE AMP IS AWESOME
I PLAY IN A RECORD FOLK, POP, ROCK, BLUES
WELL IT SHOULD REGISTER POP / FOLK. ROCK FOR BETTER FLOOR ON BOXES AND MAPLE TABLE SPRUCE (IS ON THE ON THE KOA / MAHOGANY?)
jE TOP PLAYS WITH A FENDER ACOUSTASONIC AND IT REALLY IS NOT BAD AT ALL, THIS IS THE SAME EXCELLENT!
I USED SINCE THE THREE YEAR SOON AND I LOVE
I HAVE TRIED MODELS GIBSON BLUES KING VERY EXPENSIVE IN VALUE FOR MONEY AND DO ME NO MORE liked CA IN TERMS OF SOUND
ALSO I HAVE TESTED THE TANGLEWOOD THAT WAS INTERESTING BUT IS WIDELY PREAMPLI TAKAMINE ABOVE TO MY SENSES
AWESOME PRICE QUALITY REPORT, no complaints