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Takamine EN60C
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  • BakaïBakaï

    Incomparable softness game

    Takamine EN60CPublished on 03/06/12 at 02:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The guitar is beautiful decorated with a rosette and black wood and sides, back and mahogany neck.

    A handle end like that of a folk while mounted nylon. The satin is incredibly soft. Excellent for in ranges from Arab-Andalusian. The crate is a comfortable size. The jumbo shape with cutaway allows good access to acute. The tuners are of good quality. It holds the tuning well.

    The preamp is easily accessible during the game It uses virtually the 9 volt battery.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is an example of gentleness and speed which is rare for an electro-nylon. It is comfortable and does not tire your fingers.

    The guitar is lightweight which is a plus for the stage.

    We easily......
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    The guitar is beautiful decorated with a rosette and black wood and sides, back and mahogany neck.

    A handle end like that of a folk while mounted nylon. The satin is incredibly soft. Excellent for in ranges from Arab-Andalusian. The crate is a comfortable size. The jumbo shape with cutaway allows good access to acute. The tuners are of good quality. It holds the tuning well.

    The preamp is easily accessible during the game It uses virtually the 9 volt battery.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is an example of gentleness and speed which is rare for an electro-nylon. It is comfortable and does not tire your fingers.

    The guitar is lightweight which is a plus for the stage.

    We easily get a good sound. I however strongly advise using a DI box just to boost the preamp

    SOUNDS

    I played with everything: classic song, flamenco, jazz. She goes everywhere.

    She has a very melodious sound. She responds well to the attack of the fingers, however I déconseillerai to use the plectrum.

    A friend of mine told me once that it sounded like a piano.

    Its a really great price for this.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for ten years and she accompanied me in several groups.

    The price / quality ratio is unbeatable.

    With the experience I would not buy anything other than this.
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  • kounkouncheckkounkouncheck

    Takamine EN60CPublished on 11/21/04 at 06:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fond + Sides Mahogany
    Cedar
    Mahogany
    rosewood fingerboard
    21 frets
    coupled with the bridge piezo pickup preamp graph takamine eg

    UTILIZATION

    The body is the size of a mini jumbo and therefore falls well under the arms, the positioning of the preamp is well thought out and it is easily accessible.
    the handle is a marvel with the most beautiful satin effect and softness of the game .. hand brake is not like some gloss guitar neck, which I found, it tends to hang and slow down the movement of the hand. it corresponds to the standard "folk" is not a classical guitar neck (usually large enough) the cutaway allows easy access to the personal highs but hey, I do not go often.
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    Fond + Sides Mahogany
    Cedar
    Mahogany
    rosewood fingerboard
    21 frets
    coupled with the bridge piezo pickup preamp graph takamine eg

    UTILIZATION

    The body is the size of a mini jumbo and therefore falls well under the arms, the positioning of the preamp is well thought out and it is easily accessible.
    the handle is a marvel with the most beautiful satin effect and softness of the game .. hand brake is not like some gloss guitar neck, which I found, it tends to hang and slow down the movement of the hand. it corresponds to the standard "folk" is not a classical guitar neck (usually large enough) the cutaway allows easy access to the personal highs but hey, I do not go often.
    the mechanics are of excellent quality and perfect fit of the Agreement.
    I mounted with heavy D'Addario strings.

    SOUNDS

    Question versatility, it is perfect. you can go from classical, to the bossa nova, rumba, game mediator in accordance brushed arpege without problem. it is at home anywhere, although fitted with nylon strings.
    I use it only very slightly connected but the sound that comes out in well-balanced, not too crystalline if one takes the trouble to properly settle the preamp and it can add punch to his well-slamming, thanks to the knob of exciting.
    I also used baucoup mediator involved, not connected and I get the sound I prefer, is a downright jazzy, it's like with a half case. it really has a dull sound, fat as I am delighted the ears. connected by it loses against the sound, but it is only the piezo sensor which tends to make the sound brighter product.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar is a real treat, I buy, there are about 5 years and I could never sell it.
    more versatile than that, I do not know if it exists.
    what I like most is all I have described. least heeuu, joker!
    it's really a guitar part, between a classical and folk, with a particular well.
    the advantage for those who play the classic is that the handle is much easier to play on a classical guitar. it is in standart folk
    value for money is unbeatable. At the time I had bought 8000 fr old, and for that price you have to be a versatile guitar.
    advice, go to your favorite seller and try!
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  • SIHSnSSIHSnS

    Takamine EN60CPublished on 05/18/05 at 09:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Japan
    Equalizer: Treble + Bass + Gain

    No normment of rglages possible on the guitar but the acoustic is self same (not many corrections to do). The quality of the microphone is good and the report is correct if only one adding to it a good amp!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel 18 inches! (Apprciable for mcaniciens trs large fingers ... ah ah ah!)
    Trve jokes, trs enjoyable round play, frtes not "hang" no, even if a little finesse supplmentaire would not hurt (although that is a tak '...)
    The guitar is heavy, and it's a bit long Gnant. (Got to give it a little dfaults)

    SOUNDS

    Gots and the colors!
    For me, it's perfect if you do not branch (9 / 10), I am more on the use......
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    Made in Japan
    Equalizer: Treble + Bass + Gain

    No normment of rglages possible on the guitar but the acoustic is self same (not many corrections to do). The quality of the microphone is good and the report is correct if only one adding to it a good amp!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel 18 inches! (Apprciable for mcaniciens trs large fingers ... ah ah ah!)
    Trve jokes, trs enjoyable round play, frtes not "hang" no, even if a little finesse supplmentaire would not hurt (although that is a tak '...)
    The guitar is heavy, and it's a bit long Gnant. (Got to give it a little dfaults)

    SOUNDS

    Gots and the colors!
    For me, it's perfect if you do not branch (9 / 10), I am more on the use Reserved "electrified" or n'atteind is not the same quality ( it remains correct, 7 / 10).

    OVERALL OPINION

    In my possession for fifteen years, I won t by the MODEL. An enjoyable touch, a sound balance, a sound power apprciable make this guitar an endearing companion.
    (It should also admit that the purchase of his sister EAN 30 C steel rope, this time a team qualizer worthy of the name ...)
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