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Takamine EF450
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Takamine EF450

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Takamine EF450Published on 08/18/07 at 13:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
If I remember correctly it is manufactured in Japan but I'm not 100%
It has 19 frets I believe, a team of prampli CT4B trs good quality with legalization (bass, treble, and high volume).
Bolt

UTILIZATION

The handle is easy to play and you get used to rev faster!
Access in acute trs is not simple due to the abscence of pan shot.
The shape is quite impressive without being teachers, the weight is correct, I find even pluttlgre!
This gives a great sound quickly trs!

SOUNDS

The sounds are varied and reflect all expectations!
I play either a Marshall AS50R branch or directly in the table.
J'obtient plutt crystalline sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since December......
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If I remember correctly it is manufactured in Japan but I'm not 100%
It has 19 frets I believe, a team of prampli CT4B trs good quality with legalization (bass, treble, and high volume).
Bolt

UTILIZATION

The handle is easy to play and you get used to rev faster!
Access in acute trs is not simple due to the abscence of pan shot.
The shape is quite impressive without being teachers, the weight is correct, I find even pluttlgre!
This gives a great sound quickly trs!

SOUNDS

The sounds are varied and reflect all expectations!
I play either a Marshall AS50R branch or directly in the table.
J'obtient plutt crystalline sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since December 2006.
What I like more the sound, the Aesthetics and comfort of play
What I like least: nothing!
I tried the guild, martin and a few other slightly less Chres takamine!
The price is a bit expensive but seeing the bte especially when they heard the price is justified!
I do it again this choice without hsiter!
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  • Manufacturer: Takamine
  • Model: EF450
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/13/2005

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