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Takamine ESF45C
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Takamine ESF45C

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Takamine belonging to the Noveau & Santa Fe series

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Takamine ESF45CPublished on 09/02/07 at 05:29
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I had to try it for a concert and was able to ... it sounds!
I played in on a EN10C and it has nothing to do.
In pure acoustic, I'd say for now, she is too young to sound like it faut.On sense that it is very restricted. If it is for never was connected, go your way!
Once connected, it has a terrible presence. As much as in Rhythmic arpeggio is superb. I used a direct box sono.Le preamps on the guitar works great. The lamp brings a lot.
Much of warmth and roundness. It is also snapping it pushes aigueus. In fact, I almost fell thoroughly acute and medium for a more "fat". For the blues, it's rève.Pour rock, killing it!
The action string is significantly too high. The...…
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Extra!
I had to try it for a concert and was able to ... it sounds!
I played in on a EN10C and it has nothing to do.
In pure acoustic, I'd say for now, she is too young to sound like it faut.On sense that it is very restricted. If it is for never was connected, go your way!
Once connected, it has a terrible presence. As much as in Rhythmic arpeggio is superb. I used a direct box sono.Le preamps on the guitar works great. The lamp brings a lot.
Much of warmth and roundness. It is also snapping it pushes aigueus. In fact, I almost fell thoroughly acute and medium for a more "fat". For the blues, it's rève.Pour rock, killing it!
The action string is significantly too high. The handle is comfortable. This is not the strong point, but it does not tire too quickly.
It does not frieze, even with a big attack.
It tends to be a bit unbalanced with the belt.
Good performance of hand. It is light.
Access to acute way! Finally ... it's not an electric!
Parris that the batteries do not impact the time.
It's decided, I buy it. I'm excited!

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  • Manufacturer: Takamine
  • Model: ESF45C
  • Series: Noveau & Santa Fe
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/16/2003

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Other names: esf 45c, esf45 c

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