Takamine EAN10C Made In Japan - used
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This is a made in Japan Takamine with Cool Tube pre-amp. The guitar is in very good condition with some pick marks on the top and a few small dings around the body.
Takamine hard case included
Acoustic sound set free. The Takamine Natural Series was conceived to give you the biggest and widest acoustic sound possible. Solid cedar tops, solid mahogany backs, a thin satin finish and no pickguard ñ anything that could possibly impede the vibration of the soundboard was purposely left out.
The theory works. Naturals are so alive with sound that they nearly jump out of your hands. The clean and simple approach of the Naturals has been imitated by other makers, but nothing yet has compared to the purity of style ñ and sound ñ of the original.
- Body Shape: Dreadnought C/A
- Rosette: Tinted wood rings
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Inlays: None
- Back: Solid Mahogany
- Sides: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Electronics: CT-4B
- Tuners: Gold with Amber Pearl
- Features: Scalloped bracing. Also available as left handed model
CT-4B PREAMP FEATURES
The CT4B preamp is designed for ease of use and purity of tone. The CT4B consists of 3 bands of graphic EQ tone control, a volume control slider and a built-in chromatic tuner.
The 3 band EQ provides control over the bass (LOW), midrange (MID) and treble (HIGH) frequency response. With the sliders set at the midpoint (0) the electric signal from the guitar is evenly balanced across the frequency range. The desired tone is then dialed in by using the sliders to add or subtract frequency response as desired. Each frequency control slider will raise or lower the band response by +/-5db.
The volume slider adjusts the output volume of the preamp.
The convenient built-in chromatic tuner is extremely accurate and very easy to use. The tuner is activated by pressing the TUNER POWER button. To tune your instrument, simply pluck any open string. The tuner will then display the name of the note that has the closest frequency of the string played. The amount of deviation from the note (higher or lower) is displayed by red arrows indicating sharp or flat. When only the green center light illuminates, the note indicated in red has reached precise tuning. When the guitar is unplugged, the TUNER POWER switch acts as on and off.