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Tacoma DM28 E7 Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Tacoma DM28 E7 Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top, maple back and sides, one-piece mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge...Read More
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The Tacoma DM28 E7 Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top, maple back and sides, one-piece mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge, abalone ginkgo inlays, tortoise shell binding (top/back), abalone inlay logo, gold tuners, gloss body finish,and satin neck. Guitar case included.
The Tacoma E7 electronics feature the A1 B-Band preamp and pickup. The B-Band pickup is a unique condenser element that works just like
a microphone diaphragm. It senses vibrations from the top, as well as reflected sound waves from the interior of the guitar. The DM28 guitar's preamp has adjustable internal switching for low and high frequency boost, gain boost, and low frequency cut. This optimizes the preamp without affecting overall tone.
- Model Name: DM28 E7
- Model Number: 038-4307-821
- Series: 28 Series
- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Finish: Hand-rubbed UV Gloss
- Top: Solid Sitka spruce
- Back and Sides: Maple
- Neck: One-piece mahogany with satin finish
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- No. of Frets: 20
- Bridge: Ebony
- Tuning Machines: Gold Gotoh
- Electronics: E7
- Pickup: B-Band
- Scale: 25.5"
- Width at Nut: 1.687"
- Rosette: Abalone
- Position Inlays: Abalone Ginko-Leaf
- Logo: Abalone
- Case: Deluxe hardshell case
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This is my 8th Tacoma and one of the best yet! I have been searching for a good Mahogany Dred when I came across these DM28s. I couldn't resist and am extremely happy with this guitar. The sound, fit, finish and playability are great. The deluxe archtop case makes it even sweeter. You'd be hard pressed to beat the value of this Tacoma guitar.