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Tacoma DM9E6 Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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It may look plain but the Tacoma DM9E6 Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar packs a punch! The DM9E6 acoustic guitar features a solid Sitka spruce t...Click To Read More About This Product
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Dynamic and powerful with balanced tone.
It may look plain but the Tacoma DM9E6 Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar packs a punch! The DM9E6 acoustic guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top for exceptional resonance, plus a mahogany back and sides and a satin finish.
- Model Name: Tacoma DM9
- Model Number: 038-2106-721
- Series: 9 Series
- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Finish: Satin Finish
- Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Back and Sides: Solid Mahogany
- Neck: One-Piece Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- No. of Frets: 20
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Tuning Machines: Chrome
- : L.R. Baggs "Miratone" 2-band EQ and sweep notch filter
- Scale Length: 25.5"
- Width at Nut: 1.75"
- Rosette: 4-Color Herringbone,
- Binding: Tortoise Shell Top Body
- Fingerboard Inlays: Abalone Dot
- Strings: .012 to .053
- Case: Standard Hardshell
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I bought this guitar because a friend had a Tacoma and it sounded awesome! The guitar is light and easy to play. The action is pretty low with no buzz. The only thing I would have prefered is for a strap peg to have been installed on the back of the neck. Other then that the guitar is perfect. Oh yeah...it's made in the USA!!!! BIG PLUS!!!!
This guitar has an amazing sound for such a low price! The DM9 is very plain, but more than makes up for it in tone. It's very easy to play and very light to handle, which is a plus when you are playing frequently. I would definitely recommend this guitar above all others in it's price range.
I purchased my DM9 in Austin 6 years ago, and love it! Mine isn't the pre-amp acoustic-electric version (wish it was), but the guitars are identical. I got a lot of advice before buying my first acoustic, and must have played every guitar priced within my $1000 budget, including Martins, Guilds, Larivees, Washburns and Alvarez's. The Tacoma was the easiest, most comfortable guitar I played. The quality is superb! No neck adjustments needed, and it stays in tune forever. It's all solid wood (no laminate) and 100% made in the U.S. If you go for the clean, satin (not glossy) look, this is it...nothing fancy, just a rich woody look, accented by a tortoise binding on the body and neck. Also, because of the natural finish it's extremely light, but also very durable. I have hauled it back and forth to music lessons and jam session for over 5 years, and it still looks brand new. The case is also very well made and has held up to my abuse.