My Takamine TF740FS steel string guitar fell off the chair on the stage after the concert, hit the corner of the sound monitor and got a tuning key broken. I either had to fix the tuning knob, or replace the tuning machines. After the failed attempt of fixing the knob, I pulled the trigger and installed the Waverly’s tuning machines with very nice Shakewood knobs. This blog post lists the top 10 resources I used In the selection process and describes the reasoning behind the decision.
This Takamine TC132SC Review explains my impressions and experience from 2+ years of playing this guitar, why I chose it and what I did to fit it into my style. From one side, TC132SC is a classical nylon-string guitar with standard 2″-wide neck and neck and body joint on 12th fret. From the other side, it has all attributes of the modern guitar: cutaway and electronics. But let’s start from the question why I chose TC132SC.
In this article I collected several videos with Takamine TC132SC reviews and performances by good guitarists and Takamine staff.
This post is the second episode in the short series about my acoustic guitars. You can find the previous one here: About my nylon string acoustic guitar: Takamine TC132SC. Intro. Back in 2012… I’ve been playing Gypsy Jazz (GJ) rhythm guitar for about five years. To make a long story short, I liked GJ style, but I loved […]
In this article I’ve collected several videos with Takamine TF740FS Review I found on Youtube.
I made several pictures of my steel string Takamine TF740FS guitar. Isn’t she beauteful? I love this cedar-top guitar! Mahogany back and ebony threaded headstock look great. Simple round fret dots, humble rosette inlay and natural wood colors are more than enough for me – I am all for such simplicity! I’ve alo put a picture of two different cases for Takamine guitar – read the post to see them.
The easiest way to power up the Takamine Cool Tube CTP2 from the external power source is to use Takamine DI+. It provides several essential DI functions, plus it works as an external power supply for CTP2. It’s retail price is around $200. However, I didn’t need a DI and thought that $200 is too much for a power supply function. So, I decided to find a less-than-$20 and easy-to-do DIY (Do-It-Yourself) solution.