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  • Best player in my hometown

    Takamine ESF10CPublié le 06/05/21 à 17:21
    I searched the city everymusic store and pawn shop testing a acoustic electric guitar that was for sale and the overall winner was this Takemine Sante Fe .. playability sound quality and aesthetics , the price seemed a bit high but the shop owner insisted that this was a top quality guitar and would appreciate in time... everyone who has played it agreed it is a special instrument... The only complaint is the fact of the lack of fret markers....makes it difficult to play along with other players who
    are following along....
  • guitar exeption

    Takamine ESF10CPublié le 01/10/13 à 13:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in japan solid cedar table mahogany back and sides rosewood fingerboard and bridge 3-band EQ plus gain

    UTILIZATION

    C-shaped handle divine playing comfort access facilitated by acute cutaway beautiful harmonic balanced sound (bass midrange treble)

    SOUNDS

    as said before its very balanced velvety softness of her ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had ten years I play all styles of acoustic amplified as I had several guitars yamaha, seagull, taylor ... but at comparable sweetness and harmony not I do it again the same choice the exeption of my last seagull artist mosaic to the extent of its ...
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    made in japan solid cedar table mahogany back and sides rosewood fingerboard and bridge 3-band EQ plus gain

    UTILIZATION

    C-shaped handle divine playing comfort access facilitated by acute cutaway beautiful harmonic balanced sound (bass midrange treble)

    SOUNDS

    as said before its very balanced velvety softness of her ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had ten years I play all styles of acoustic amplified as I had several guitars yamaha, seagull, taylor ... but at comparable sweetness and harmony not I do it again the same choice the exeption of my last seagull artist mosaic to the extent of its
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