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Tacoma DM14 E6 Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Tacoma DM14 E6 Maple Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top; solid maple back and sides; one-piece mahogany neck; ebony finge...Click To Read More About This Product
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Solid wood construction makes this one ring like a bell.
The Tacoma DM14 E6 Maple Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top; solid maple back and sides; one-piece mahogany neck; ebony fingerboard and bridge; abalone dot inlays; ivoroid binding (top/back); ivoroid inlay logo; chrome tuners; gloss-top finish; satin back, sides, and neck; case included.
The built-in E6 electronics feature the Miratone system by L.R. Baggs. The Miratone system is made exclusively for Tacoma guitars. The under-saddle pickup is paired with an all-discrete class A preamp. The Miratone system features Volume and EQ controls for tone shaping and a Notch Filter to accurately locate and eradicate feedback from high-end air resonances. The preamp also features a hidden click-lock battery access, which allows for a simple battery change, and battery LED to monitor power consumption.
- Model Name: DM14CE6
- Model Number: 038-3106-721
- Series: 14 Series
- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Finish: Gloss top, satin back and sides
- Top: Solid Sitka spruce
- Back and Sides: Solid maple
- Neck: One-Piece mahogany with satin finish
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Binding: Ivoroid
- No. of Frets: 20
- Bridge: Ebony
- Tuning Machines: Chrome
- Electronics: E6
- Pickup: L.R. Baggs Miratone system
- Scale: 25.5"
- Width at Nut: 1.687"
- Rosette: Abalone
- Position Inlays: Abalone dots
- Logo: Ivoroid inlay
- Case: Deluxe hardshell case
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This guitar has a wonderful ring. Keep in mind that it's a Tacoma and made in America. For the money you wil NOT find a better or nicer sounding guitar. It came with a really nice Tacoma case also. The only issue I have with it was that same issue I had with my last Tacoma is that it doesn't have a strap peg on the neck, but other than that it's a wonderful piece of art with a beautiful ringing tone, low action with no buzz.
First of all this is a mahogany body guitar with a 1.75inch nut width. The listing shows maple body and 1.68 inch.Fantastic value as Tacoma is not making these in the future, especially since Fender just decided to close the Tacoma factory in Washington State and move it to the east US. What a shame.The guitar is not too fancy, but is comparable to the solid wood Martins in the $900-1200 range. The top has a little figure and is finished in a nice gloss, but not too thick. The back and sides are good mahogany, but finished in satin. A very nice sound and good electronics. The fit and finish are excellent and the abalone inlay around the sound hole is first rate. I really like the neck, somewhere between a Gibson and a Martin. Not too thin or too thick. The sound is pretty good and it is already opening up a little. The guitar stays in tune and is pretty easy to play. You can't go wrong at this price. A quality US made instrument which are getting harder and more expensive to come by. -Ed