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Takamine G Series EG128SC Electric Classical Guitar  

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

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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
Electronics: TP4T preamp with built-in tuner
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Descent guitarwith major defect


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!

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