Takamine EG530SSC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar Review :: Acoustic-Electric Guitar
large-volume punchy rhythms + leads rip right on up to the higher registers.
The Takamine EG530SSC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar is offering you superior sound thanks to the solid spruce top on a sepele body. The neck is made of mahogany with a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard. The built-in TK4NT preamp gives you a tunable notch filter, switchable midrange contour and a handy onboard tuner. A solid spruce top and big dreadnought body pump out large-volume punchy rhythms while the cutaway lets leads rip right on up to the higher registers. A solid nato back adds projection while a built-in preamp translates all that tone into the electric realm. The Takamine EG530SSC Cutaway features include Abalone dot inlays and rosette, sealed nickel tuners, bound neck and body and a black pickguard. High-end sound at a fraction of the price of other guitars!
- the sound is bright and clean;
- it performs well both acoustically and amplified;
- is very well constructed both inside and outside;
- fit, finish and other production values are very high;
- this guitar was built for gigging.
- it needs a little more bass;
- some owners complained that there is a bit of a figure in the spruce to the left of the sound hold;
- a few some reported that this guitar seems to resonate too much.
- it’s preamp makes it much better plugged in;
- use Digitech RP100 for clean, chorus and reverb.
Amps used by users – Digitech RP100, Marshall AVT50H, Marshall CDx15
|Features + Technical Specs|
|Body Shape||Dreadnought C/A|
|Fret Inlay||Abalone Dots|