made in the usa, handle end dreadnought all solid spruce and rosewood, this brand no longer exists, bought by fender then stopped
the handle is great, I did change the saddles by bone nuts, adjust bass Action with 13-56 strings, I was looking for his acoustic neil young and there there is donf
yes, absolutely, folk, blues, rhythmic arpeggios, the sound is great, clear, pretty much substain,
I use it for 6 months or more I play, the more I love it, I tried martin D28, HD 28 gibson songwriter, J45, dove, taylor in € 2000 and € 1000 for it is better She is beautiful, sober, I would do the same choice without hesitation and even if I see a pass I buy, I'm a fan
Guitar upscale manufactured in the United States. But relatively unknown brand of excellent craftsmanship, acquired and distributed by Fender. Not to be confused with the DM28, which looks the same but not the same wood. The back and sides are solid rosewood, the spruce top, mahogany neck and on the ebony fingerboard. For the same wood with Taylor, it costs at least 1000 euros more ...
The micro and amplification is an LR Baggs miratone (Bass Treble EQ and Notch + Volume)
Nice guitar playing, the ebony fingerboard is for many in my opinion. The back of the neck is very nice, and fits easily. After it's still a Dreadnought guitar without cutaway, so access to related acute (after the 14th one) ...
Sound (acoustic) is perfect. A very good serious, very rich, incredibly smooth treble. It's very powerful, it projects well. One can go from a very sharp at its very warm ... A very good sustain ...
I especially love to play with a pick, that is to give it its true potential ...
To give an idea, I looked for a guitar sound to Rick Rubin on the latest Johnny Cash and this guitar is perfect for this stuff.
I use it for over 4 years. I do it again without hesitation that choice is an incredible guitar and I take enormous pleasure to play it whenever I find her. I bought new 1800 euros in 2007. The value for money is much larger than for other brands "known" style or Martin Taylor ... Poru temper a little, I would say that the sound is almost too rich sometimes, and I enjoy from time to time to return to more low-end guitars with a more narrow ... I will also have a slight preference for Taylor as regards finger-style playing, when I want the sound muffled and very round ... Cons by a rhythmic game with a pick, the Tacoma is perfect!