ESN10C is placed in Takamine`s Natural Series, a line of products dedicated to the goal of providing the widest and richest tone a Takamine can. ESN10C is a cutaway dreadnought model with a body made of solid spruce top and solid sapele back and sides. It is available in natural color with a thin satin finish. The pickguard is omitted for the best possible tone projection. Te neck on this model is joined with the body via the dovetail joint positioned at the 14th fret. The fingerboard is rosewood made and has 20 frets, white dot inlays and 1.67" nut. The amplification is in hands of CT4B preamp with a chromatic tuner and on-board controls mounted on the side. The bridge is made of rosewood. The MSRP is set at $1,599.
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Had this Tak ESN10C since April 2012. What a brilliant guitar. Steal of the C21st I would suggest. FYI - I have had the 6 stringer disease since the mid-late 1970s oh and it is hand-made in Japan, not Korean or elsewhere. Solid Spruce Top - and - SOLID Sapele back. The sides are Sapele laminate which is useful viz feedback - good for PA stage use. This guitar has very controlled projection. Bonus of the part that is laminate being less danger of falling apart as ALL solid wood guitars require more attention to environment especially humidity, hot, cold, central heating etc.. Excellent playability. Superb construction. The best built-in acoustic electro system. This beauty came with D Addario EXP16 12 - 53 fitted. Surprisingly very chiming. Gave long sustaining harmonics, on plucked chords quite sublime. I have now fitted D Addario EXP26 which are lighter great for bending licks. Unplugged it is significantly quieter of course. Plugged in it is irrelevant for recording or jamming etc.. Obviously I have sacrificed the benefits of solo performance offered by the medium gauge. But I like to bend and my fingers could handle the heavier gauge, though I would rather not, also it was shocking how over strength they were when back on the Original Floyd Rose EMG beast that shares the stable. I have yet to go on - the string mission - trying out DR and Ernie Ball brands etc but am sure there will be revealed the perfect match with this instrument, if not, I shall be reverting back to the original string type.
Takamine ESN10C 4.04 out of 5 based on 1 ratings
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