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Takamine Acoustic Guitars List

A list of some of our favorite Takamine acoustic guitars.

KC70 Kenny Chesney Signature

KC70 Kenny Chesney Signature

"Designed by Kenny, this guitar captures the island spirit perfectly. The good times are just a couple chords away. Features a solid cedar top and solid sapele back with a silky smooth satin finish. Each label is signed by Kenny. “Crouton lives” laser etched in the heelblock. Includes Takamine’s CT4B II preamp system paired with the unique Palathetic™ under-saddle pickup for peerless amplified response. " source: Takamine

EF407

EF407

"This marriage of koa top, back and sides in a slot-head New Yorker body style quickly earned it's way into the pantheon of Takamine's Legacy series. In a room full of acoustics, this little pony would be the one you would likely pick up first. The EF407 comes with the highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner." source: Takamine

P7DC

P7DC

"Performance-enhancing features include Takamine’s asymmetrical neck profile – which is slightly thinner on the treble side so that it fits the natural shape of your hand, resulting in a comfortable feel and improved playability. The split bone saddle provides more accurate intonation, and the rosewood bridge features abalone-dot ivory pins." source: Takamine

EF261S-AN

EF261S-AN

"A favorite of both coffeehouse and arena guitarists for its strong and clear midrange, this FXC size model with solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides produces a beautifully warm tone and is the preferred model of Nils Lofgren. Comes with the highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner." source: Takamine

CP4DC-OV

CP4DC-OV

"Solid Spruce top, Solid Ovangkol back, Rosewood fingerboard... Elegantly appointed with resonant tonewoods, decorative touches and state-of-the-art electronics. An exquisite acoustic experience onstage and off." source: Takamine

P6JC-12

P6JC-12

"Takamine’s P6JC-12 jumbo cutaway 12-string model is loud and forceful, with a resonant solid spruce top with “X” top bracing for maximum volume, a solid flame maple back and flame maple sides, a convenient Venetian cutaway for easy access to the upper reaches of the fingerboard, and elegant ivory body binding with black and white purfling and mother-of-pearl rosette." source: Takamine

P6JC

P6JC

"Takamine's P6JC jumbo cutaway model is loud and forceful, with a resonant solid spruce top with "X" top bracing for maximum volume, a solid flame maple back and flame maple sides... P6JC features Takamine’s proprietary CTP-3 Cool Tube™ preamp system paired with the unique Palathetic™ under-saddle pickup" source: Takamine

P7NC

P7NC

"With Takamine’s distinctive NEX body style, the stylishly crafted P7NC is a singer’s delight, combining the power of a dreadnought with balanced tone that perfectly complements the vocal range. It features a resonant solid spruce top with “X” bracing and solid rosewood back and sides for superior balance and articulation, a convenient Venetian cutaway" source: Takamine

P7D

P7D

"Takamine’s powerful P7D dreadnought combines traditional craft with contemporary refinements: a solid spruce top with “X” top bracing, solid rosewood back and sides for rich clarity and projection, and elegant maple body binding with dark wood purfling and abalone rosette." source: Takamine

EF360GF Glenn Frey Signature

EF360GF Glenn Frey Signature

"Takamine’s EF360GF is a direct reproduction of Glenn’s #1 Takamine – the guitar heard around the world by millions of fans on countless concert tours. This guitar presents the classic tone of a spruce and rosewood dreadnought guitar. Finished in a natural gloss, this instrument can be indentified by Glen Frey’s initials inside a circle on top of the peg head. Includes Takamine’s CTB4 II preamp system" source: Takamine

EF250TK Toby Keith Signature

EF250TK Toby Keith Signature

"Include a mahogany neck, 20-fret ebony fingerboard with abalone/mother-of-pearl inlays and bone nut, gold tuners and hardware, and elegant gloss Sunburst neck and body finish. The rosewood bridge has a split bone saddle for accurate intonation, and its pin-less design makes string changes a breeze." source: Takamine

JJ325SRC John Jorgenson

JJ325SRC John Jorgenson

"The JJ325SRC dreadnought features a solid spruce top with bubinga back and sides. The guitar is voiced to cover a broad tonal spectrum with depth for power and a shimmering upper midrange for articulation and clarity and features a gloss red finish, JJ inlay at the 12th fret and gold tuners with ivory buttons on the keys." source: Takamine

About Takamine

"With humble beginnings in 1959 as a small family-run guitar shop nestled at the foot of Mount Takamine in the central Japanese town of Sakashita, the fledgling company took the mountain’s name in 1962 and began in earnest the journey that led to the phenomenal success that is the modern Takamine company." source: Takamine

Features: "Many Takamine® Pro Series guitars feature remarkably convenient “pinless” bridges, which do away with the small parts entirely and make string changes a breeze" ... "Takamine’s distinctive split-saddle bridge provides accurate acoustic intonation through a specially compensated design that is quite literally split, giving the two unwound strings—the B and the high E—their own well-deserved “break” and enhancing overall intonation." (source: Takamine)

"The company was founded in May 1962; in 1978 they were one of the first companies to introduce acoustic-electric models, where they pioneered the design of the preamplifier-equalizer component. Although English speakers sometimes incorrectly pronounce the company name as /ˈtækəmaɪn/ ("ta - ka - mine"), the correct pronunciation, as in the original Japanese, is /tɑːkɑːˈmiːneɪ/ ("ta - ka - mee - nay").[citation needed] The name was taken from Mount Takamine located in Nakatsugawa." (source: Wikipedia)



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