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  • misterjones31misterjones31

    Takamine EGS330SCPublished on 04/19/11 at 02:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    • Reason rosette: rings
    • Solid cedar table
    • Satin finish
    • Back & Sides: Nato
    • Rosewood
    • Rosewood bridge
    • Machine Chrome oil bath
    • TK4NT active preamp with integrated tuner

    Made in Korea. She is really beautiful with a sleek and simple esthetic but that gives it its charm, the finishes are very good. The only downside is not being the abscence of a pickguard to protect the table.

    UTILIZATION

    The mechanical joueent their role and are accurate, which is important because sometimes I play in different tunings and nothing moves. That side is really good.
    The neck is thin (little too late?) But really nice and fast. The low action provides a game comfortable. …
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    • Reason rosette: rings
    • Solid cedar table
    • Satin finish
    • Back & Sides: Nato
    • Rosewood
    • Rosewood bridge
    • Machine Chrome oil bath
    • TK4NT active preamp with integrated tuner

    Made in Korea. She is really beautiful with a sleek and simple esthetic but that gives it its charm, the finishes are very good. The only downside is not being the abscence of a pickguard to protect the table.

    UTILIZATION

    The mechanical joueent their role and are accurate, which is important because sometimes I play in different tunings and nothing moves. That side is really good.
    The neck is thin (little too late?) But really nice and fast. The low action provides a game comfortable.

    SOUNDS

    The solid top cedar gives a good depth to the bass. The sound is very precise with these mediums and treble crystalline and well defined. Everything is very well balanced as it is on a folk or blues records on the pop-rock, this guitar is comfortable in the most varied records.
    But where it excels is in the picking: the game is really comfortable and precise, everything goes smoothly.
    Cut the skirt plays its role and facilitates access to acute, which allows it to be comfortable in the solos but lost a little depth in the bass (still present).
    Connected, it reveals its full potential: the clacking sounds (surout with Elixir) and the preamp is easily adjusted to compensate for the small side "metal" that can have settings with "gross".

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years now. I am always amazed at the versatility of this guitar, equally at home in folk-pop arrangements on more jazzy sounds and finger-picking is really his specialty.
    However, the cedar is beautiful but fragile (a poc happen quickly), even taking care ... Adding a pickguard could prevent spotting shots pick ... But hey, it's also the rawness that I liked talking esthetic: no frills, unnecessary detail that can overwhelm the guitar.
    A very good electro-acoustic in this price range (about 400 €) which is worth much more Takamine, Cort, Epiphone, or that I tried (connected) at prices much higher.
    Of course, I do not regret my choice.
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