Takamine GS430S G NEX Acoustic GuitarProduct #515653 Takamine 515653 ABA 6 String Acoustic Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
The dreadnought depth ensures a great level of volume, yet it has the feel of a small-bodied guitar.
The Takamine GS430S G NEX is an acoustic guitar that represents a truly outstanding value. The GS430S Takamine guitar has a solid cedar top and nato back and sides for rich and sweet tone.
The NEX body is a signature Takamine design with a tantalizing blend of easy, comfortable playability and big, resonant sound. It offers a balanced tonal response with deep bass; clear treble; and a sweet, round midrange that projects well.
Other features of the Takamine GS430S G NEX include chrome tuners, a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and a natural satin finish. With its impressive style and performance, the Takamine GS430S guitar is an excellent accompaniment to the singer-songwriter, or the finger-style player.
- Body Shape: NEX
- Rosette: Concentric rings
- Top: Solid cedar
- Inlays: None
- Back: Nato
- Sides: Nato
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Tuners: Chrome
- Finish: Satin natural
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Comments about Takamine GS430S G NEX Acoustic Guitar:
This is the best $$$ I have ever spent. I wasn't sure what to expect when I unboxed this axe. I tuned it up, wiped down the neck and strummed a few chords. The action on this guitar is killer. I mean you really don't have to press to hard. This is great for newcomers to the art. The tonal quality that comes from the sound hole is epic. You really can project a bright sound. Maintenance for the most part is care free. No pestering bridge pins to keep track of. All in all this is an excellent design. The finish is a little soft, so you can't play to hard, but grreat for those who are starting out. Besides, just because it's your first guitar, doesn;t mean it has to be junk. Right?