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  • elfendermannelfendermann

    Takamine EGS240Published on 11/15/05 at 13:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a guitar factory in Indonsie. It has a micro pizo in the bridge saddle.
    It is a team with a takamine prampli CONTRL gain, and a two-band equalizer (Bass & treble). The compartment for the 9V battery and prs situ of the junction body-neck.
    The handle is rather end all along well with 20 frets thin

    UTILIZATION

    While it is primarily an acoustic guitar dreadnought shape for Access in so acute he can not count on more than 14 boxes. The neck is super enjoyable and very clever with its polished matt (who did not stay long, not surprisingly ...) that slides perfectly and is a rgal. For usability's seen it all ... is an acoustic so if you're a little young we quickly ants in …
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    This is a guitar factory in Indonsie. It has a micro pizo in the bridge saddle.
    It is a team with a takamine prampli CONTRL gain, and a two-band equalizer (Bass & treble). The compartment for the 9V battery and prs situ of the junction body-neck.
    The handle is rather end all along well with 20 frets thin

    UTILIZATION

    While it is primarily an acoustic guitar dreadnought shape for Access in so acute he can not count on more than 14 boxes. The neck is super enjoyable and very clever with its polished matt (who did not stay long, not surprisingly ...) that slides perfectly and is a rgal. For usability's seen it all ... is an acoustic so if you're a little young we quickly ants in the right arm). A real plus about the mcaniques (the original Takamine) who trs prcises and fluid.
    To get a good sound when plugged in, the better not to touch the legalization and a grate on his amp

    SOUNDS

    It is well suited my style of music in any case my little domain folk. I play mostly unplug but otherwise it's a Carlsbro sherwood. Leaves the plug in, plug it on an acoustic amp or you will be hard pressed to find a natural sound. And I personally have the most natural sound I like. I find it perfect for me that likes sweet treble, bass and brilliant lgrement mdium who can be heard without dominating.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for three years and I pat t by the quality of this guitar to me quietly served as a transition between the classical world and the world lctrique. Subjectively for an acoustic guitar in this price range, it is a wonder compared to the yamaha. His acoustic field is remarkable in terms of sound which compensates the lack of domain lctro Fidler. In the era before I tried it a montana (in the same price range) and it is still incomparable (a is a takamine). Sduit this reporting quality crazy price I bought right away.
    I later collgue a coincidence that bought the same as I tried and unfortunately (for him) n'tait not the same quality as mine. So I probably do it again the same choice today, but not with eyes closed ...
    Romano
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