Pro Series is the exclusive segment of Takamine Guitars catalog; It features upscale acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars which are made to compete against the best of the best steel and nylon-stringers on the market. Within the Pro Series, there are numerous lines of models and recently, Pro Series got reinforced with four models. They are all placed within the newly established Pro Series 7 line. Two of the models are available in dreadnought shape, one is NEX single cut and P7JC is a single-cut jumbo guitar. Specs lists of all four models intertwine pretty much and P7JC does not differ very much from it`s series mates. Body of this exclusive jumbo is made of solid rosewood back and sides with solid spruce top. Soundboard on this model is bound in multi-ply binding and is topped with a classic tortoise shell pickguard. Bridge section is equipped with a standard rosewood-made belly bridge. Electronics department has an under-saddle Palathetic pickup and CTP-2 Cool Tube preamp installed on the side. Neck is made with modern asymmetrical back contour and is finished in gloss. On it`s top, there`s a 20-fret fingerboard made of ebony.
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