In recent years, Takamine`s G series has become one of the most important series of affordable acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars on the US market. It` share of the cake has grown enough for it to be recognized as an important and standard-setting series. For the fall and winter of 2014, Takamine is reinforcing the lines of the left-handed acoustics and acoustic-electrics. GD30LH is one of them. It is the most basic of five models introduced this time. It`s simple, yet elegant dreadnought body is made of mahogany back and sides with a spruce sound board on the top. Top is bound in white and features an elegant sound hole rosette. Rosewood bridge is fixed and has the standard G series contour with the synthetic bone saddle on the top. Beneath the spruce board, Takamine installs the classic quartersawn X bracing. There are no electronics on this model. Mahogany neck has the series standard contour in the back and a regular 20-fret rosewood fingerboard on the top. Chrome-plated die-cast tuners, standard 25-1/3" scale and 1-11/16" wide string nut are also featured on this model.
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