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TAN60C, Acoustic-electric nylon string guitar from Takamine in the Naturals series.


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Takamine TAN60C tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Takamine
  • Model: TAN60C
  • Series: Naturals
  • Category: Acoustic-electric nylon string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/16/2005

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Takamine TAN60C user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 5 reviews )
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defunoguit11/01/2014

defunoguit's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good guitar nylon tube!"

Takamine TAN60C
Features are available on the net or in other reviews, I do not want to duplicate

any time a small detail that was the subject of my choice: the width of the neck that lies between classical and folk (or electric); Nut width is approximately 48 mm

the change I made on my own:
replacing the pre-amp tube cool CTP-1 by the CTP-2

UTILIZATION

I bought it for her as a conventional handle closer because I am electric guitar player.
the passage of the electric above is very easy

the volume is balanced between the strings, the neck is very fair, the tube preamp gives a good presence (modifiable via a knob) and an interesting volume

the preamp a slight breath because of the tube but is minimal and disappears when we play. there are 4 AA batteries stick, their life is very correct whatever is said.

at its weight, it is neither too light nor too heavy, it is well balanced on his knees with a strap or (fasteners are original)

SOUNDS

I play bossa nova, French pop duo in training, we did some dates per year

I beeps a sound Samson XP308i with a DI "DI ultrasound more pre-amp" box that is, incidentally, a very good case of DI
I will soon be able to try it on an amp SR Technology Jam 150 that I will receive soon. I intend to use it as the back and front Samson

empty (without amplification), the projected sound is very good but not very strong as can non-electro guitar. it can be an advantage when you want to play at home without disturbing. it becomes a bit problematic when playing with stronger guitar

amplified, I have very little feedback, the equalizer allows to play different style (gypsy, bossa nova, classical, etc)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years, this is my second acoustic guitar nylon

I owned a LAG Tramontane as first guitar, less good quality and less accurate than the latter (normal given the difference in price ...) but already sounded pretty

his handle is accurate, giving it to use it with precision ... if it can do "dirty"

in short, it is a very good guitar for the stage, the house, to progress, quality manufacturing will allow him to live very long
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Tuco4901/07/2012

Tuco49's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" EXCELLENT!"

Takamine TAN60C
Electro-acoustic guitar cutaway nylon Country cedar.

• Country-acoustic electric guitar nylon.
• Solid Cedar
• Solid mahogany back
• tube preamp with integrated tuner
• Width at Nut: 47.6 mm.
• Made in Japan.
• Left.

UTILIZATION

Guitar easy to play, folk and handle his size is not too big and is very comfortable to play.

It will be appreciated live the tuner (the nylon strings do not like temperature changes on stage ...)

SOUNDS

Guiatre sound very acoustic sounding round and warm.
His prémapli tube works wonders on a table, the bass is superb.
The sound has a rather warm color (tube preamp I guess)

OVERALL OPINION

3 years of use at home on stage, 3 years of pure pleasure to play.
In short excellent guitar that has everything a great ...
In addition it is very nice and finish are superb.
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pptall01/01/2006

pptall's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Takamine TAN60C
Made in Japan, it has 21 frets and a superb prampli lamp.
Rglages volume, 3-Tone frequencies and tuner incorporating (MUST !!!!)

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable and trs CHAC all the notes is very easy.
The guitar is very well balance and we do not really feel.
However, it is a little time to refine rglages if you want to move from its aggressive sound trs round

SOUNDS

With a group of friends, we play the bossa and folk inspired by African music, sometimes jazz. And it perfectly fits all styles.

OVERALL OPINION

I just offered me this wonderful gift of Christmas.
The game must be because the trs prcis prampli forgets nothing and especially not the quirks and noises that surround the Manir incongruous to play an amateur.
This hand set is an amazing guitar. The handle is trs flexible, easy to play. Its width allows arpges easy as a game more "groovy". The sound is standard, especially if you take the chorus with cool tube.
This is a guitar that I highly recommend all fans who want to go a little further than the improvised encounters between friends.
I use a combo Derrire AER compact 60 watts. It's something crazy.
Only BMOL, you need to spend a little time to refine the rglages prampli as the sound you want.

Happy New Year everyone

PPTALL
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fandebasse05/28/2010

fandebasse's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good jazz guitar, very nice sound on amplified acoustic amp"

Takamine TAN60C
made in Japan, the neck is fast, great for jazz, or Quickdraw quickly in a piano-bar style django, pre-amp tube

UTILIZATION

very good ergonomics, its easy to find

SOUNDS

very good jazz, but can match a stroke P9 alhambra guitar roots

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years and then I would sell it, never compare with classical type guitars Ramirez Alhambra or P9, but much more expensive, if you like jazz voyer videos on Youtube Smirnov? Russian guitar, he does wonders with this Takamine TAN60
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