Takamine TSF40C
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Takamine TSF40C

TSF40C, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Takamine in the Noveau & Santa Fe series.

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Average Score:4.1( 4.1/5 based on 8 reviews )
 3 reviews38 %
 2 reviews25 %
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Value For Money : Excellent
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antranik11/11/2010

antranik's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" BRAVO FOR COOL TUBE"

Takamine TSF40C
EVERYTHING IS ALREADY IN THIS TOPIC
AND CONFIRM
THE COOLTUBE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE ONCE CONNECTED CHANNEL PERFECT

UTILIZATION


THE FORMAT IS INCONVENIENT TO WHETHER ON SMALL ARMS AND C IS MY CASE
I AM MORE COMFORTABLE ON AL DREADNOUGH
HANDLE PAINT IS LESS THAN THE NICE SATIN TO MY PERSONAL TASTE

SOUNDS

POLYVALENTZ ONCE CONNECTED
EVERYTHING EXCEPT ROCK POP FOLK METAL
ACOUSTIC AMP WITH A LITTLE REVERB IS THE TOP C

SOUND IN PURE I PREFER MY FENDER CD 100 5 TIMES CHEAPER
BECAUSE THAT IS SENT ON FLANGED
MAY BE TOO NEW

OVERALL OPINION

JE L AI C FOR 8 MONTHS AND IS PERFECT AMPLIFIED
DISCONNECTED I PREFER THE SOUND AND THE FURTHER ITS MORE OF U.S. THE FENDER
FORT C HIS PINT IS UNBEATABLE AMPLIFICATION

WELL I CHANGE FOR THE SAME QUALITY BUT IN TAKA SMALLEST SIZE
OR TAYLOR 210 CE
maliou07/05/2010

maliou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Santa ... FEE!"

Takamine TSF40C
- Inlays rosette Santa Fe, beautiful satin varnish
- Rosewood fingerboard, rosewood bridge, the CTP-1 preamp is a pure delight!
- Mechanical golden bath oil, pearl buttons amber
- Nut Width: 42.8 mm
- Overlay Santa Fe at the twelfth fret,
- Table massive cedar, massive mahogany back, mahogany sides
- Supplied in case.



UTILIZATION

The handle is big strong point of this guitar in my opinion. it is a comfort rarely equaled. For the body it is a jumbo rather small, with good grip and good access to treble.
Very nice guitar to pick up and play.

SOUNDS

The overall sound is very crystalline, and may not be serious depending on what is desired. For the "big" sound more folk turn you into a EN20, but for a very specific guitar in treble, and with his rather neutral, it is the guitar for you. Furthermore it is possible to get a good seed through tube preamp that PTC-1 team.


OVERALL OPINION

I've had 5-6 years now I have made the stage and studio and is a really good guitar. The day I bought it, I tried a Martin, Taylor, a Seagull, and Normann. I really had the idea to buy a Martin or Taylor, then I re-tried this guitar I knew through a friend who had already lent me a recording, and I'm left with!
In this price range I think it's one of the very best guitars, only downside, as I said a little earlier, the smallness of his body limits its diffusion in the low frequencies.
If it all over again I would resume the same, plus EN20!