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  • jeffguitarjeffguitar

    Versatile, Excellent for my acoustic gigs

    Takamine EG522SCPublished on 01/18/13 at 09:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a Korean manufacture.
    Changing strings for a real sound.

    Trimmings easy lift a little cheap but its well worth the more expensive guitars.

    Trimmings impressive possibilities! With a built-in tuner and more ... A trimming tried an equalizer ... Of the Bossa Flamenco through the mini solos with my grateux a folk sound when playing ...

    UTILIZATION

    Small and lightweight guitar! Its difficult to obtain because of the many trimmings. Was not 'his' sound should immediately seek but there are tons of posibilities!

    SOUNDS

    I played with it for a week to be what I expected. I've tried others but the only ones I liked were really off-budget.

    Choice but well wort…
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    This is a Korean manufacture.
    Changing strings for a real sound.

    Trimmings easy lift a little cheap but its well worth the more expensive guitars.

    Trimmings impressive possibilities! With a built-in tuner and more ... A trimming tried an equalizer ... Of the Bossa Flamenco through the mini solos with my grateux a folk sound when playing ...

    UTILIZATION

    Small and lightweight guitar! Its difficult to obtain because of the many trimmings. Was not 'his' sound should immediately seek but there are tons of posibilities!

    SOUNDS

    I played with it for a week to be what I expected. I've tried others but the only ones I liked were really off-budget.

    Choice but well worth it because of the more expensive guitars.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I would do this choice without hesitation! Unless I have 3000 Euros ...
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  • LareineLareine

    Takamine EG522SCPublished on 08/19/04 at 06:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Takamine EG522SC (left handed) LH
    Manufactured in: Korea
    Type: Classic Electro-acoustic
    Finish: Natural
    Top: massive spruce - Back & Sides: Mahogany
    Neck: 50 mm Mahogany - Fingerboard: Rosewood
    19 frets - 18 boxes fully accessible
    Tuners: gold, Buttons: pearly
    Preamp: Active Takamine T4-4N:
    Volume + 3-band EQ,
    Preshape (EQ preset)
    Feedback adjustable filter cutoff.
    Chromatic tuner.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable despite the end of freight that would have a little steep
    deserved a better polish. /!
    Easy access thanks to the sharp cutaway
    Good balance, reasonable weight despite the presence of pre-amp.
    Simplified by setting the tuner.
    Its quite ni…
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    Takamine EG522SC (left handed) LH
    Manufactured in: Korea
    Type: Classic Electro-acoustic
    Finish: Natural
    Top: massive spruce - Back & Sides: Mahogany
    Neck: 50 mm Mahogany - Fingerboard: Rosewood
    19 frets - 18 boxes fully accessible
    Tuners: gold, Buttons: pearly
    Preamp: Active Takamine T4-4N:
    Volume + 3-band EQ,
    Preshape (EQ preset)
    Feedback adjustable filter cutoff.
    Chromatic tuner.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable despite the end of freight that would have a little steep
    deserved a better polish. /!
    Easy access thanks to the sharp cutaway
    Good balance, reasonable weight despite the presence of pre-amp.
    Simplified by setting the tuner.
    Its quite nice.

    SOUNDS

    It suits my use of guitar for the study.
    The overall sound is quite serious and just snapping with good acute
    that resonates well.
    A sound physiological rather flattering and should be suitable for use in
    accompaniment.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for my birthday on 08/07/2004
    I love the cutaway very rare on a classic left-handed.
    I tried before an LH Cuenca 10G to 290 € (% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C16199.html%), but I found the sound less
    original.

    Catalogue prices at € 600 for the left-handed I had to € 500 with a case
    rigid OCCAZ in California Gaucher, because it was a model expo.
    I think the price / quality ratio is pretty good even if the instrument
    is made in Korea as a model with options equivalent
    Cuenca would have cost me over € 1200: /! Takamine thank you ^ o ^!
    With the experience seen the options of the instrument and re obtained
    who is approaching 17% I redo the same choice ^ - ^!

    Only regret ...
    The finishing of the ends of the frets for improvement: /!
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  • El NedEl Ned

    Takamine EG522SCPublished on 01/29/05 at 12:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See below

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable for the rest it is a classical guitar, RAS

    SOUNDS

    Like all classical guitars I've tried is that the trouble begins, the dynamic is almost zero and there are often large imbalances in the (volume) between the different strings

    OVERALL OPINION

    I give a very average rating, because I find that the lack of momentum is really very annoying when you're used to a Real Audio (6000f contreras at the time) but since this problem is found on models much more expensive to opt for a model of the level, one last tip on this kind of change guitar strings one by one otherwise it may cause problems of pressure on the nut with the arr…
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    See below

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable for the rest it is a classical guitar, RAS

    SOUNDS

    Like all classical guitars I've tried is that the trouble begins, the dynamic is almost zero and there are often large imbalances in the (volume) between the different strings

    OVERALL OPINION

    I give a very average rating, because I find that the lack of momentum is really very annoying when you're used to a Real Audio (6000f contreras at the time) but since this problem is found on models much more expensive to opt for a model of the level, one last tip on this kind of change guitar strings one by one otherwise it may cause problems of pressure on the nut with the arrival diparition a total of E6 or of E1.
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