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  • Vostro1040Vostro1040

    Unbelievably terrific!

    Tacoma Guitars RM6 CE6Published on 07/31/16 at 11:05
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    I use this guitar for finger picking as well as strumming.

    The workmanship on this guitar is excellent. It is a no-frills model. Just a wonderful guitar.

    The guitar is feather-light. It feels great in the hands. It is SO easy to play. It is certainly loud enough even for finger picking. The intonation is very good.

    It seems that it has a moderate and mellow tone.

    It looks amazing - having that paisley off-center sound hole! The pre-amp is fine - no complaints.

    It has a one and three quarters inch nut width.

    I absolutely love this guitar. I'd never give this thing up. I prefer it to my Gibson ES-335.

    This is the official description: "Tacoma Roadking
    $929 with hard…
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    I use this guitar for finger picking as well as strumming.

    The workmanship on this guitar is excellent. It is a no-frills model. Just a wonderful guitar.

    The guitar is feather-light. It feels great in the hands. It is SO easy to play. It is certainly loud enough even for finger picking. The intonation is very good.

    It seems that it has a moderate and mellow tone.

    It looks amazing - having that paisley off-center sound hole! The pre-amp is fine - no complaints.

    It has a one and three quarters inch nut width.

    I absolutely love this guitar. I'd never give this thing up. I prefer it to my Gibson ES-335.

    This is the official description: "Tacoma Roadking
    $929 with hardshell case. Limited transferable lifetime warranty [no longer honored]. Solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, tapered braces, bolt-on neck, satin finish, Gotoh tuners [my tuners have been upgraded]. 25.5-inch scale. Nut width: 1 3/4 inches. String spacing at the bridge: 2 5/32 inches. Made in USA."
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  • selrahkselrahk

    Tacoma Guitars RM6 CE6Published on 08/10/09 at 07:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dreadnought solid wood guitar made in USA.
    Preamp Tacoma with the basic settings (volume, equalizer treble, mid, bass, notch). Not having perfect pitch, preferring to travel light, a tuner would have liked.
    Piezo sensor only

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to learn and to settle.

    SOUNDS

    I'm not a great guitarist, I play with me instead for the song. So I play with a pick instead of the agreements and arpeggios.
    Given the rosette offset this guitar, I had some doubts about its projection and bass. Well, I was amazed. These low well, nothing wrong. Plugged in, all knobs in the middle, the guitar sounded much better than a yamaha with piezo + internal microphone. Its well-ba…
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    Dreadnought solid wood guitar made in USA.
    Preamp Tacoma with the basic settings (volume, equalizer treble, mid, bass, notch). Not having perfect pitch, preferring to travel light, a tuner would have liked.
    Piezo sensor only

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to learn and to settle.

    SOUNDS

    I'm not a great guitarist, I play with me instead for the song. So I play with a pick instead of the agreements and arpeggios.
    Given the rosette offset this guitar, I had some doubts about its projection and bass. Well, I was amazed. These low well, nothing wrong. Plugged in, all knobs in the middle, the guitar sounded much better than a yamaha with piezo + internal microphone. Its well-balanced acoustics.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for a little over a year. The brand was completely unknown, is its shape and sound that conquered me.
    Level guitar folk, has a Sigma DM1 recovered in the basement of a friend and a stratacoustic first generation.
    Compared to the first, I have a rounder sound and more accurate. Compared to the second: Unplugged, Unmatched (plastic vs. wood) and connected, the sound of the Tacoma is much more natural and soft.

    The value for money was very good, I enjoyed a destocking. Without hesitation I would do this choice. You really see the difference with the guitars of the price range below.
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