Acoustic guitar, dreadnought construction, cutaway, solid cedar top, maple body, Takamine CT4B II pickup system, case included.

With the TAKAMINE EF341SC Black the Japanese traditional manufacturer establishes a dreadnought electro-acoustic acoustic guitar , which is appreciated by artists of different musical genres. A solid cedar top in combination with a maple body produces a very warm and at the same time powerful sound, which is particularly suitable for strumming -acoustic parts Rock pop - The music is adequate. A mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard and 42.5mm wide nut gives the player unique playing comfort, made possible by cutting down to the highest of the 20 frets. The high-quality Takamine CT4B II pickup system guarantees the artist a naturally amplified sound and makes the guitar the perfect partner on stage as well. The Takamine EF341SC Black comes in a sturdy Takamine case .

The Takamine EF-341SC Black at a glance:
  • acoustic acoustic guitar
  • dreadnought -design
  • Cutaway
  • solid cedar roof
  • maple body
  • Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard
  • Takamine CT4B II Pickup System
  • The case includes

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Brand
Model
  • EF381SC BLK Legacy Series 12-String Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic/Electric Guitar
Finish
  • Gloss Black
Categories
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • Japan
Number of Strings
  • 12-String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Shape
  • Dreadnought
Body Features
  • Cutaway

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