Takamine GB-7C Garth Brooks Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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Designed by Garth Brooks and handmade by Takamine!

This is a simply beautiful guitar. Solid cedar top sans pickguard for a clean look, rosewood body, custom rosette design, and CT-4B electronics for perfect amplification of its clear, penetrating tones.


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GB-7C Garth Brooks Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Back and Sides: Rosewood
  • Body Style: Dreadnought C/A
  • Case Included: Includes a free Takamine GC1528 hardshell case, a $160 value
  • Controls: CT-4B
  • Features: Gold tuners with amber pearloid buttons; Guitar shaped soundhole
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Machine Heads: Gold
  • Rosette: Concentric Rings
  • Top Wood: Solid Cedar
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TakamineGB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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(10 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth Every Penney !!!

By Joe-bLn_J

from Washburn, Wisconsin

Comments about Takamine GB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

If you're a lead player, you will love this Guitar. Bending strings on an Acoustic has never felt better! The cutaway makes playing "G" Pentatonic at the 15th fret feel like the 12th fret "E" on other Acoustics. Very "soft" feel to this Guitar, as opposed to a stiff, rigid feel like a lot of other acoustics I've played. I use a light gauge set of strings on mine (.010-.046) because I play most of the leads, which sacrifices a little tone, but makes playing solos feel like your playing on a solid body electric. The thin neck radius makes it very comfortable for Chording and wrapping your thumb around to grab that low "E" string (for those of us that don't have the freakishly long fingers). The Frequency slider on the EQ makes it so easy to dial in the tone you want in any particular room, hall or wherever you happen to be playing. The only knock I have for this guitar is that they (the other reviewers) were'nt exagerating about how easy it is to scratch the top with your pick. Take care of this Guitar and it will take care of You.

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(4 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding Acoustic

By Joe-bLn_J

from Washburn, Wisconsin

Comments about Takamine GB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

This is the easiest acoustic guitar I have ever played lead on. It has a very soft feel to it. I bought mine a few yrs ago, barely used, from a friend. I've been playing it ever since. Superb pre-amp/eq makes it very easy to dial in the tone you want no matter what kind of room your playing in. Nice tone unplugged as well. These reviewers aren't lying when they say watch the finish though. I am also lucky to have a Luthier that lives in my small town (2200 ppl) who does for many, many, famous ppl (Joe Walsh, Adrian Belew, Sammy Hagar, REO Speedwagon, Head East, to name a few). He told me that these guitars "hold up very well," and I would definitely agree. Sorry, but I am happy to see the price has gone up since I've had mine. BUY THIS GUITAR!!!

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(21 of 40 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

2nd Best

By SRV

from NC

Comments about Takamine GB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

ok this is the guitar I've had mine ever since they first came out action is perfect design is the perfect cutaway dreadnought design unbelievable tone plugged in or not the only reason i wrote 2nd best is because the Taylor Cujo Model comes in 1st cause its the greatest acoustic ever but the gb-7c is def 2nd only thing is if u want to keep it lookin good pick easy the satin cedar top shows scratches bad and mine well lets just say mine looks like no other I've bout picked away the whole finish but anyway perfect acoustic!

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(22 of 39 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just like Garth!

By Peter Schmitt

from Greenville, IN USA

Comments about Takamine GB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I've had this guitar for years now and the tone and action are fantastic. The pickup transfers all that tone through the amp crisply. This is truly an outstanding guitar! I've played guitar for about 7 years now and I love this guitar. The only complaint I have is the top isn't very scratch resistant. Mine wears at the bottom of the soundhole and if you get a scratch on this guitar, it is not coming off. I would definitely recommend this to a player at any level, if you have the pocketbook. It sounds great acoustically and amplified. It's truly the best of both worlds. Just take real good care of it!

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(33 of 68 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Fantastic investment for a live musician...

By Giles Murray

from Donegal, Rep. of Ireland

Comments about Takamine GB-7C Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I purchased one of these 3 years ago, having played the lower end Takamine for the previous 2 years. The difference is unbelievable, I use it with just a little Reverb from the Amplifier, and the Live sound just kicks! Its crisp, clear with an excellent balance of the hi ,mid and low frequencies. Its also very tough and durable. I play on average 4 gigs a week, that guitar gets beaten some nights and doesn't even go out of tune! Its excellent. I will never sell it, I have no need to.

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