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  • LareineLareine

    Takamine EG522CLHPublished on 09/04/04 at 02:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Takamine EG522SCLH (gauchre)
    Made by: Core
    Type: Classic Electro-acoustic
    Finish: natural and painted black with beige liserais
    Rosette: Marquettery
    Table: Mass pica
    Bottom and wicker covers: Mahogany
    Neck: 51 mm, officially mahogany. But I think it's beech teintbr /> mahogany because of default apparatre dye leaves the heel over a wood
    clear on my copy.
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Frte 19 - 18 boxes fully accessible
    Mcaniques: Dores, Buttons: mother
    Prampli: Active Takamine T4-4N:
    Volume 3 legalization + bands,
    Preshape (legalization prprogramme)
    Feedback adjustable filter cutoff.
    Chromatic tuner.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable despite the extrmit of f…
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    Takamine EG522SCLH (gauchre)
    Made by: Core
    Type: Classic Electro-acoustic
    Finish: natural and painted black with beige liserais
    Rosette: Marquettery
    Table: Mass pica
    Bottom and wicker covers: Mahogany
    Neck: 51 mm, officially mahogany. But I think it's beech teintbr /> mahogany because of default apparatre dye leaves the heel over a wood
    clear on my copy.
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Frte 19 - 18 boxes fully accessible
    Mcaniques: Dores, Buttons: mother
    Prampli: Active Takamine T4-4N:
    Volume 3 legalization + bands,
    Preshape (legalization prprogramme)
    Feedback adjustable filter cutoff.
    Chromatic tuner.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel comfortable despite the extrmit of frte have a little steep
    MRIT better polishing. /!
    Accs s easy to acute stroke thanks to the pan
    Good balance, reasonable weight despite the presence of pre-amp.
    Rglage simplified thanks Intgr the tuner.
    Plutt its nice.

    SOUNDS

    It should use my guitar for the study.
    The table gives massive pica good bass and treble sound with a little
    snapping.
    A flattering and physiological noise plutt which should suit the use in
    accompaniment.

    OVERALL OPINION

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


    Catalog prices for the 600 gauchre I got 500 with a rigid tui
    of California at OCCAZ Gaucher because c'tait A model for expo.

    I think the report is qualitprix plutt good even if the instrument
    is made ​​in Korea, as a MODEL with options equivalent in
    Cuenca would have cot over 1200: /! Takamine thank you ^ o ^!

    Exprience seen with options and delivery instrument obtained
    who is approaching 17% I redo the same choice ^ - ^!

    Only regret ... perfectible finish for the extrmit frets, lacquer
    mahogany stain and the heel extrmit: /!
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