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Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar  

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    The Takamine G360SC dreadnought guitar offers modern features and impressive quality.

    The Takamine EG360SC dreadnought guitar has the traditional look and big sound that flatpickers and singers prize. Featuring a solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides, and a cutaway body style that provides greater fretboard access. The easy-to-use on-board TP4T preamp features a 3-band graphic EQ and a built-in tuner to let you perform in any setting. Adorned with pearl tuners, abalone snowflake fingerboard inlays, and a natural gloss finish. The EG360SC represents Takamine quality and value in an acoustic-electric dreadnought guitar.

    Features

    • Body Shape: Dreadnought Cutaway
    • Top: Solid Spruce
    • Back: Rosewood
    • Sides: Rosewood
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Fingerboard: Abalone snowflakes
    • Rosette: Abalone
    • Tuners: Pearl tuners
    • Finish: Gloss natural
    • Electronics: TP4T preamp with built-in tuner
     
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    TakamineG Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
     
    4.8

    (based on 12 reviews)

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    Takamine EG360SC dreadnought cutaway

    I have been wanting an Acoustic/Electric cutaway for a while. I have played numerous guitars in my search from Taylor, Martin, Etc..... and was leaning hard on buying a Taylor...Read complete review

    I have been wanting an Acoustic/Electric cutaway for a while. I have played numerous guitars in my search from Taylor, Martin, Etc..... and was leaning hard on buying a Taylor 214CE. It had the feel I liked and has a great sound IMPO. I went on a cruise and there was a musician there that had this same guitar and I was amazed on how great this guitar sounded (plugged and unplugged)and how nice it looked. When I got back home I ordered it. I ordered it without ever holding or playing this guitar and figured I had the 45 day return policy if I wasnt happy. I throwed the box away 3 days after I got it.

    When it arrived I was a little disappointed on how high the action was from the factory. I pulled the strings off and pulled the bridge out and there were 2 plastic spacers under it that I removed. I strung the guitar back up and it is now perfect (for me anyhow).

    In my personel opinion you cant go wrong with this guitar especially in this price range. The Takamine was $400 cheaper than the Taylor I was looking at and is as good or better.

    Try one, I dont think you can go wrong with it.

    Everyone has a feel and sound they are looking for and what one person likes another won't. Play whatever you like and what feels and sounds good to you. I bought this without ever holding or hearing this guitar and I am extremely happy with it. I am glad I did because it saved me $400.00 from the guitar I was going to buy.

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    Nice guitar - butt.........

    Needed a beat around guitar to save my Martin HD35.
    I had bought this same model from the MF Used Gear site. I liked it but it developed a "14th fret...Read complete review

    Needed a beat around guitar to save my Martin HD35.
    I had bought this same model from the MF Used Gear site. I liked it but it developed a "14th fret hump". Traded it for other gear, then looked for another acoustic cutaway electric. I liked the first one so much, I ordered a new one this time. When it came, the frets were very rough and the nut was too high. My luthier performed his magic and now it plays like a dream. Love this guitar after his work on it.

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    3.0

    Nice guitar - butt.........

    By CK

    from NE

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Nice for the price

    Cons

    • Rough Frets High Nut

    Best Uses

      Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

      Needed a beat around guitar to save my Martin HD35.
      I had bought this same model from the MF Used Gear site. I liked it but it developed a "14th fret hump". Traded it for other gear, then looked for another acoustic cutaway electric. I liked the first one so much, I ordered a new one this time. When it came, the frets were very rough and the nut was too high. My luthier performed his magic and now it plays like a dream. Love this guitar after his work on it.

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      5.0

      I've owned this guitar since 1995

      By Sheetkicker

      from Juneau, AK

      Pros

      • Great Sound And Durablili
      • Stays in tune

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

          I traded in my Martin 12-string on this guitar in 1995 and as much as I loved that Martin, I've never looked back! I am a professional and perform 6-7 nights a week so it gets used a lot. I run light gauge strings on it (D'Addario). I'll put the strings on, tune it, re-tune it then head for the gig. Tune it up again before I go on and it's there! No need to be "fiddling" around with it during the performance.
          This is the only acoustic guitar I have right now, but I'm thinking of buying another for back-up.

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          4.0

          Worth the money

          By jvallo53

          from Harvest Alabama

          Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

          I love the full sound and look it has rich tones and is great for finger picking or strumming. I don't like that if you don't unplug the guitar the 9 volt battery for the preamp will die fast so you must constantly unplug it which could wear down the chord or guitar jack.

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          5.0

          Pretty Awesome!

          Pros

          • Beautiful tone
          • Good balance
          • Nice Bass
          • Slim neck

          Cons

          • Little High On Action

          Best Uses

          • Everything
          • Fingerpicking

          Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

          I really like this guitar. It has a nice bass, good sustain, beautiful tone, and a nice design. The only thing I found that I didn't like was the action. It was just a bit high. I think it could be lowered a bit, to make it a lot more comfortable and less stressful. If you do decide to get this guitar, you may want to think about getting the action lowered, whether you do it yourself, or you have someone else do it. Otherwise, it has a very nice sound. Very good for light strummers and fingerpickers.

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          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Takamine EG360SC dreadnought cutaway

          Pros

          • Great price
          • Light Weight
          • Wonderful sound

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              I have been wanting an Acoustic/Electric cutaway for a while. I have played numerous guitars in my search from Taylor, Martin, Etc..... and was leaning hard on buying a Taylor 214CE. It had the feel I liked and has a great sound IMPO. I went on a cruise and there was a musician there that had this same guitar and I was amazed on how great this guitar sounded (plugged and unplugged)and how nice it looked. When I got back home I ordered it. I ordered it without ever holding or playing this guitar and figured I had the 45 day return policy if I wasnt happy. I throwed the box away 3 days after I got it.

              When it arrived I was a little disappointed on how high the action was from the factory. I pulled the strings off and pulled the bridge out and there were 2 plastic spacers under it that I removed. I strung the guitar back up and it is now perfect (for me anyhow).

              In my personel opinion you cant go wrong with this guitar especially in this price range. The Takamine was $400 cheaper than the Taylor I was looking at and is as good or better.

              Try one, I dont think you can go wrong with it.

              Everyone has a feel and sound they are looking for and what one person likes another won't. Play whatever you like and what feels and sounds good to you. I bought this without ever holding or hearing this guitar and I am extremely happy with it. I am glad I did because it saved me $400.00 from the guitar I was going to buy.

              Comment on this review

              (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Highly Recomended!!

              By Slaxi

              from San Diego

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              Whether it is plugged in or unplugged this thing purrs. I ordered it online without trying it out previously and everything about it was better than expected. The guitar features a nice low action and is fairly light weight. The automatic tuner is very reliable. The only pain was screwing on the peg for the strap. I highly recommend this for any guitarist. In my opinion, You cannot go wrong on this affordable beauty.

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              (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              BEST ACOUSTIC/ELECTRIC OUT THERE

              By MarcinZach

              from toronto, Ontario

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              alright so this guitar definately stood out when i was looking for a guitar.. this guitar is easily comparable to a 3000 dolar gibson hummingbird. and honestly most people would probobly prefer this guitar to the gibson.. i play in an indie band and i always use this guitar through an amp in shows and practises the the built in pre amp is awesome and can give u a sweet sound for watever u want to play.. but even with out the amp this guitar sounds immaculate.. i have martin medium weight strings on it and o my gosh does it sound good. i definatley recomend this combo.. u will never be able to buy/ play another guitar.. and that is acutally my problem.. i cant play another acoustic.. everytime i think of buying another one in the store i play a few and notice how different it is and i jsut cant do it!!!bottom line.. this guitar.. is .. AMAZING!!

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              (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Great guitar for the price.

              By kururu

              from Singapore

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              I bought this guitar a couple of weeks ago and I fell in love immediately when I tried it out. It sounds great for its price tag, and it was definitely what I was looking for. Very easy to play, and pretty loud as well! This would be good for use outdoors, especially since it is also pretty light. The built-in tuner seems to spazz a little at times, but I'm not worried about it.It sounds just as good through an amp as it does unplugged! The factory set-up is great; I didn't need to change anything. I'm not too fond of the strings they used, but that's a personal thing.

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              (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Love this guitar!

              By frankie15

              from Troy, AL

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              This guitar was my firt love...as far as guitars go, anyway. It's beautiful, as well as, great sounding. The tone is wonderful and so is the price! Great buy for the values and features.

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              (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Good value for the money...

              By trigger8man

              from Canada

              Comments about Takamine G Series EG360SC Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

              This is a wonderful guitar to play. Bright sounding, looks good and built in Tuner is big bonus. Only thing is the built-in Pickup/Tuner... looks kinda cheesy. I would have rated it higher except for the plastic Pickup/tuner. But at the end of the day... if your looking for complete guitar package with a reasonable price tag, check out the EG360SC.

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