Same sensations as a nylon, but with steel strings.
Minimum setting, but effective (low, medium, high)
Old takamine preamp without the lamp
Handle very pleasant.
Guitar seems restrained in order to avoid the acoustic feedback when plugged ... hence the little acoustic sound.
on the other hand, once connected, its very natural ...
very suitable for a game based on the arpeggios ...
its rather hot.
I have tried many other guitars before this one ... steel and Taylor seem very "compressed" because of their design ... Martin's seem especially adapted to the rhythm game ... without being exceptional, this small Takamine does his job efficiently and followed me on stage and in studio for over 10 years. on the other hand I do not like the new versions with the cool tube, I prefer the former.
Today I turned instead to a guitar luthier, the day that they let me go ..
Very good value for Q / P
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Florian_D's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Depth!"
Manufacturing Japan (country of origin of the manufacturer) leaves nothing to complain about: the finish is perfect.
The special feature of this guitar is to be a form of folk with a classic, for me who am not used to it, the handle is too wide, but the cash in hand is very nice.
The amp produces great sound, but over time the knobs have a tendency to crack during setting, which also are somewhat spartan compared to the modern electro-acoustic: gain, treble, bass and nothing else.
A book may be so accustomed to classical guitars, at the place.
As mentioned above, the handle is too wide for a regular folk guitars.
The sound is just perfect accompaniments, as well plugged in sound. Arpeggios emerge slightly less well, however.
The grave is honored and treble sound beautifully.
To play just about everything and anything acoustic, this guitar has a color in the room in which the high end.
Perfect for the Cabrel, Goldman, ...
I did not choose this guitar, but apart from its classical form, for sound is the same choice I do, why not one with a little more modern electronics.