Takamine G Series EG128SC Electric Classical Guitar  

Product #512200

45 day price guarantee, 45 day return policy, 100% secure shopping


Item Note:

This product has been discontinued but may be available as a used item.

Similar Items


The Takamine EG128SC has traditional styling and modern features to let you play at your best in any setting.

Made to strict Takamine specifications, the classical EG128SC acoustic-electric guitar offers traditional Spanish design and materials with a solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides. The cutaway body provides greater fretboard access, and the easy-to-use on-board TP4T preamp is equipped with a 3-band graphic EQ and a built-in tuner so you can perform in any setting. Adorned with a classical style soundboard rosette and gold and pearl tuners, the Takamine EG128SC classical guitar offers impressive performance at a very affordable price.

  • Body Shape: Classical Cutaway
  • Top: Solid Spruce
  • Back: Rosewood
  • Sides: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Rosette: Classical
  • Tuners: Gold & Pearl
  • Finish: Gloss natural
review resources
write a review


by PowerReviews
TakamineG Series EG128SC Electric Classical Guitar

(based on 1 review)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars



  • 4 Stars



  • 3 Stars



  • 2 Stars



  • 1 Stars



Reviewed by 1 customer

Displaying review 1

Back to top

(3 of 14 customers found this review helpful)


Descent guitarwith major defect

By Mezrab

from Portland, OR

Comments about Takamine G Series EG128SC Electric Classical Guitar:

I ordered this guitar for one of my students. When it arrived, it looked fine... but I noticed the machine gear tuners were a little stiff on the top side. I didn't think much of, applied a little oil and started tuning. As I tried to bring the string up to pitch, two of the tuners practically ceased to move (after about 20 revolutions). I took it to a local guitar shop, and they had terrible news for me... The headstock on this guitar had been hit against a hard surface, with enough force to warp the plate that the tuners are fastened to. So about $100 dollars in parts & labor, and the guitar now works. The price I paid on here wasn't that great to begin with, but now with the additional repair cost, it's a terrible value. Very disappointed!

Comment on this review