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Takamine EF341SC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar with Case

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Product Description

The Takamine EF341SC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar is has a tremendous tone that shines from Studio to Stage.
The EF341SC features a solid cedar top, maple back & sides and a CT4B preamp with an onboard 3-band graphic EQ plus an extremely stable and accurate chromatic tuner. Takamine's amazing attention to detail makes this classy, black acoustic/electric one of their most popular professional instruments. With one foot firmly planted in tradition, they have also brought new technology to this dreadnought. Without question, Takamine has raised the standard. Other features include a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, snowflake inlays, a mahogany neck and a Palathetic preamp.

The guitars of the Keystone Series are the working musician's best briend. The Dreadnought is the keystone of the acoustic guitar world - metaphorically speaking. That's why we've named our family of traditional (and not-so-traditional) Dreadnoughts the Keystone Series

Every one of these Dreanoughts starts with a hand selected solid spruce soundboard, voiced to classic Dreadnought perfection. Add your choice of back and side woods and you've got an instrument that's ready for any stage or studio.

    Just Announced: The EF341SC now includes a Hardshell Case, at no extra charge. This is a $169.00 value FOR FREE!


About Takamine
Nestled at the base of Takamine Mountain in Sakashita, Japan, Takamine Guitars have over 40 years of history dedicated to innovation and improvement to the art and craft of guitar making. What first began as a small family business has evolved into one of the leading guitar manufacturers In the world, depended upon by some of the best players and biggest names in the music industry.

So what's the deal? Why are there so many Takamine players? We'd like to think that it's because we've earned your respect. Takamine has made technological advancements that have surpassed other guitar makers. Takamine prides itself in their dedication and loyalty to fine luthiership and it is shown through each Instrument the company makes.

Product Specifications

Takamine EF341SC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications

  • Body Shape: Dreadnought
  • Rosette: Concentric Rings
  • Top: Solid Cedar
  • Inlays: Snowflake
  • Back & Sides: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Electronics: Graph-EX
  • Tuners: Chrome
  • Features: Bound fretboard

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  Warranty:  Limited Lifetime excluding electronics and plating.
Jasmine: Limiteed Lifetime (or 5 Years, on Studio Series) excluding electonics and plating
Chris from Redmond, Washington
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Better than Expected - Well Worth the Money
General
Your general opinion of this product.
Was looking for cutaway electric acoustic that is durable and sounds great for around $1,000. Played many guitars that met the criteria. This is the best of the bunch by far. Initially ordered a Taylor 214ce. Sent it back. Sounded like a shoe box. Ordered this Takamine and love it. For the money, the most well made and best playing in the category, in my opinions
Quality
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
Very well made. Very dependable. Solid guitar. Bone nut and saddle an upgrade over most guitars in this price range. Cedar top is what makes this guitar. It counter-balances the natural brightness and provides a deep, more balanced, even tone. Strings are not good coming out of the box - but not a big deal.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
Very comfortable. I am used to an OM body, so a slight adjustment to a dreadnaught, but I expected this.
Tone
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
Bright sounding guitar, with sound easily adjusted to your preference using onboard electonics. And as I mentioned earlier, Cedar top mellows the overall tone and will improve more over time.
Action
How was the action out of the box?
Action fine at the nut. Action a bit high at the bridge. Will probably adjust.
Finish
How did the stain or paint job look?
Appearance is one of the appeals of this model. Finish is flawless. I like the binding around the fret board and while border around the body. It looks great.
Reliability
How has it stood up over time?
Just got it, so not much to say here. But all great so far.
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