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Takamine LTD2006 Tibetan Tantric
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Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Takamine belonging to the Limited Edition series.

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  • LawmixLawmix

    Takamine LTD2006 Tibetan TantricPublished on 12/24/06 at 19:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Japan
    -20
    -?
    -Volume, Tone possibility to plug in another style gooseneck microphone
    A little-Galb the rest of the range, but still comfortable trs game, especially in bars.

    UTILIZATION

    -The neck is awesome, games extreme comfort, even after a while, it does not hurt the finger, which is rare for a plutt electroac.

    -The ACCS to aogus is excellent, thanks a pan shot.
    -A little heavy yes, but in terms of comfort it too enjoyable, in fact it does not impede playing due to shape, thickness, which is on the right timing, it is an r el fun ...!!!

    -For what are the most important thing is that the sound is powerful, both crystalline and round, I also used a Roland AC 60…
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    -Japan
    -20
    -?
    -Volume, Tone possibility to plug in another style gooseneck microphone
    A little-Galb the rest of the range, but still comfortable trs game, especially in bars.

    UTILIZATION

    -The neck is awesome, games extreme comfort, even after a while, it does not hurt the finger, which is rare for a plutt electroac.

    -The ACCS to aogus is excellent, thanks a pan shot.
    -A little heavy yes, but in terms of comfort it too enjoyable, in fact it does not impede playing due to shape, thickness, which is on the right timing, it is an r el fun ...!!!

    -For what are the most important thing is that the sound is powerful, both crystalline and round, I also used a Roland AC 60, and it's something else, purity and claret of his surprise every time you play.

    SOUNDS

    I love picking ettouf arpges or I play a little brushed all in agreement it is just as amazing ...
    Roland AC-60 Acoustic Amp (gnial!)
    The cool-tube, can change the color of sound, plus a small egualiseur Intgr refines all the prs rsultat gives little hope in electroac all stamps.
    I prfre treble, the dtest the too sharp, I like the bass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    -I offered this beautiful instrument for 1 month.
    Nothing wrong, the quality, the price still too expensive, and even when analyzing the work performed and a wood utiliss even when justification is ...

    Hsiter-free, it's a guitar part, at least for me!
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