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Takamine EN10C
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Takamine EN10C

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Takamine belonging to the Naturals series.

3 reviews

Annonces Takamine EN10C

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Takamine EN10CPublished on 12/16/05 at 13:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Electric guitar acoustic cutaway

UTILIZATION

Handle very pleasant
Easy access to acute
good ergonomics a bit off course but you get used
all settings preamps sound without much effort

SOUNDS

This guitar force respect! all the musicians with whom I have played have AIM sound is as good as acoustic amplified by! No complaints! it is clear punchy sweet it sounds that you want him to say

OVERALL OPINION

I Guittar this for over 13 years and I must say that I am fully satisfied.
I do it again this choice without hesitate
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Takamine EN10CPublished on 04/27/06 at 02:44
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I use this model (Japan) since 1991, he became very good excellent with age. I did him yet suffer, including notably a stay of six years in Africa, the Malagasy lacquer table a little crack and some small "pets", the sound of the scratching is superbe.Le handle is comfortable and facilitates handling. As for the preamp, do not worry, despite the LED battery charging indicator HS, I have not even replaced, it is always good for the service.

UTILIZATION

Yes, the handle is super nice, good grip, access to acute smoothly. Good resistance to the body, light and not tiring. The sound is very good, both in acoustic, electro that.

SOUNDS

In fact we can address a lot of styles with this......
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I use this model (Japan) since 1991, he became very good excellent with age. I did him yet suffer, including notably a stay of six years in Africa, the Malagasy lacquer table a little crack and some small "pets", the sound of the scratching is superbe.Le handle is comfortable and facilitates handling. As for the preamp, do not worry, despite the LED battery charging indicator HS, I have not even replaced, it is always good for the service.

UTILIZATION

Yes, the handle is super nice, good grip, access to acute smoothly. Good resistance to the body, light and not tiring. The sound is very good, both in acoustic, electro that.

SOUNDS

In fact we can address a lot of styles with this scratch, except jazz and again ... I play on a AS50R MARSHALL, I often work in MASTER section, a bit of reverb and frequency control according to the active power, so a obtain a clear, slightly transformed. Sound crystal boot me enough.

OVERALL OPINION

Since April 91.
Default attachment strap top box (I also add that by a luthier.
SEAGULL, EPIPHONE
At the time I had been to 5190fr or € 791.21, which was Cher. today I find that his sister TAN10c is a very good price / quality ratio.
I will perhaps TF250SMCSB, for fun.
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Takamine EN10CPublished on 02/11/07 at 14:43
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Made in Japan
Rosewood bridge
Prampli 3B, quite discreet but efficient trs
Channel TRS driver
Trs good finish
Table massive cedar .. Be careful friends, the table is fragile and easily take shots.
In short, this guitar all (or almost all) massive, I think

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable. 
Access to high notes is easy; thanks to the cut-away.The ergonomics are good, the guitar is very light, even if it looks otherwise.
This gives her a well  rounded and deep sound. I did some recordings by plugging directly into my Line6 TonePort . The result was  more than satisfactory. Even though it required adjusting the treble a bit to get a well balance.
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Made in Japan
Rosewood bridge
Prampli 3B, quite discreet but efficient trs
Channel TRS driver
Trs good finish
Table massive cedar .. Be careful friends, the table is fragile and easily take shots.
In short, this guitar all (or almost all) massive, I think

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable. 
Access to high notes is easy; thanks to the cut-away.The ergonomics are good, the guitar is very light, even if it looks otherwise.
This gives her a well  rounded and deep sound. I did some recordings by plugging directly into my Line6 TonePort . The result was  more than satisfactory. Even though it required adjusting the treble a bit to get a well balance.
I note the contents of his report 10/10 quality/Price unbeatable.

SOUNDS

I play rock but I use it often when I play "ballads". It suits me perfectly. We can address a lot of styles with this guitar, except jazz. Well, we can not have everything
I often play acoustic, if not ; I plug it in an Ibanez amp to give it the electric sound a bit (for electric). Otherwise, for the recordings, I use my famous Ton Port. The bass is upfront, so is medium; but the highs need a little tweaking for a good balance

OVERALL OPINION

Just got it for a week now;, but I'm very satisfied. In fact, I bought it used on Audiofanzine ,from a very honest salesman. My EN10C has been around;but otherwise well preserved.  With time, she'll be excellent. The pre-amp  is very good but I may  replace it with a lamp driven CPT1. It is said that that  amp gives it  a sound to dream about;but ... be aware of possible vibrations that trigger parasite , unpleasant sounds. 
In conclusion, I am very satisfied . Maybe someday; I would exchange it  for another En10C.Or its little sister TAN 10C. Otherwise, no other brands. I am faithful to this  Takamine family .
I give it a 10/10.&nbsp;<div>You could not find a better &nbsp;Quality/Price &nbsp;in a &nbsp;Martin &nbsp;or Taylor guitar.</div>
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  • Manufacturer: Takamine
  • Model: EN10C
  • Series: Naturals
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/23/2004

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