#1
anyone of you know this guitar?

its a non electric acoustic guitar...

im sure the top woods are laminated, but i think its fine..

if anyone of you owns a Takamine D Series Acoustic, may i know how is it?

is it good?

worth for the cash?

^__^ i really need your help guys...

your help will do alot..

thanks in advance..

Co Guitarist Here,
Kim
#2
ive got a D-50 N. it was my first guitar. im not sure how much it was cause it was a present but it is a great beginners guitar. at one stage it sounded like the guitar that jimmy page used on the Stairway to heaven intro. not sure how this happened but i sounded rly good.
#3
I played a few and theyre OK. Better than some, but not standout.
How much is the one your looking at worth?
#4
NECRO!

I'm also looking at a D-50 Takamine guitar.
I asked the shop assistant, she said the top is solid spruce.

Cost is $279 AUD.
Can anyone vouch for their quality / playability? Any alternatives readily available in Australia? Any other Takamines in a similar price range (I love Takamines).

Thanks in advance!
#5
The TAK D series are extremely well made and serve me very well at home and at cover gigs.

They sound almost exactly like the G series, sound better than some matons, and crap all over Cole Clarke's in terms of usability of sound.

Unplugged it's not very special at all, but it's a smallbody cutaway.

Plugged in it sounds fantastic. It's an even sound that is a sound engineer's dream, not too bassy, not to trebley, just right.

Tuners aren't 100% fantastic, you can get those replaced easily.

And it's cheap as chips too!!!
#6
Quote by DumbKim
im sure the top woods are laminated, but i think its fine..


No such thing. Laminated top is a no matter what anyone says.
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#7
Quote by captivate
No such thing. Laminated top is a no matter what anyone says.

Speak for yourself. My Takamine G320 is all lam and it blows some solids out of the water as far as tone goes. Sure, it isn't the greatest sounding out there, but it reallyu does sound much much better than the sticker suggests. $200 USD
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#8
I'll see your Takamine G320 and raise you a Yamaha FG700s.

I've never had a good experience with a laminate top guitar. They've all sounded blunt and bland to me. Until I play one that sounds good, I'm gonna keep being biased.
Equipment:
- Art & Lutherie Cedar CW (SOLD! )
- Martin D-16RGT w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Soundhole Pickup
- Seagull 25th Anniversary Flame Maple w/ LR Baggs Micro EQ

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