For the winter 2013, Takamine introduces brand new models into the Classical series of their popular and affordable G segment. This series offers affordable and reliable classical nylon-stringers in both acoustic and acoustic-electric variants. GC1-NAT represents the basic model of the new six-model strong lineup of the Classical series. It is a fully acoustic classical guitar with non-cutaway design and simple styling. It is made of mahogany back and side panels and spruce sound board on the top. Body of this sweet nylon-stringer is finished in gloss and decorated with black binding. Also, the sound hole is decorated with a classic rosette. On the top, Takamine installs a rosewood-made bridge with a compensated synthetic bone saddle. The neck is made of mahogany and it features the classic contour in the back. Traditionally, it is attached to the body with a 12th fret dovetail joint. On the top, there is a 19-fret rosewood fingerboard with flat radius and 2" synthetic bone nut. Takamine has set the MSRP for GC1-NAT at $289.99.
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Very Good Sounds like to more expensive.
Very Good Sounds and not heavy.
Takamine GC1-NAT 4.88 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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