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Takeharu G-180

Nylon String Guitar from Takeharu .

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" classical guitar that has aged well"

Takeharu G-180Published on 04/30/11 at 07:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Classical guitar Japanese sub-brand Suzuki

UTILIZATION

nice handle, no cutaway at the time

SOUNDS

It was used extensively. well for classical and bossa.

OVERALL OPINION

my 1st guitar (after a rental model) 38 years ago.
these model series were given to last 20-30 years at the time.
used less today, would need to be revised and adjusted, but has aged very well.
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  • Manufacturer: Takeharu
  • Model: G-180
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/30/2011

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