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Takamine EAN45C Acoustic Electric Guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-12-20)
Price : US $530.00

Takamine EAN45C Acoustic Electric Guitar Takamine EAN45C Acoustic Electric Guitar Takamine EAN45C Acoustic Electric Guitar Takamine EAN45C Acoustic Electric Guitar

Up for auction is a mint condition Takamine EAN45C acoustic-electric guitar.  I bought this new for $1100 a couple of years ago.  This beautiful looking and sounding guitar has a solid cedar top and ROSEWOOD back and sides.  The Cedar/Rosewood combo give the guitar a nice rich tone.  Any markings you see in the photos are either reflections (or some dust).  There are minor pick scratches on the pick guard and minor/barely noticable buckle rash on the back.  The guitar is always stored in a Takamine hardshell case (which is included) with a Planet Waves sound hole humidifier in it.  I'll also include the humidifier.  The case has a couple of scratches and marks on it but it is in great shape.  The guitar also has a new set of Elixer strings on it.  Here are the specs:

6 String Acoustic / Electric

Body Shape: NEX Cutaway
Rosette: Abalone
Top: Solid Cedar
Inlays: None
Back: Solid Rosewood
Sides: Rosewood
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Electronics: CT-4B II w/Built in Tuner
Tuners: Gold with Amber Pearl
Features: Scalloped bracing

Again, the guitar, hardshell case and sound hole humidifier are included in the auction. 

This is a NO RESERVE auction!!  Bid with confidence.  Good Luck!!

Will only ship to the lower 48 states.  Will not ship to PO or APO Boxes.


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-12-20)

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Piero said...
Is it possible to' ship The guitar in Italy ?

bookshaw said...
I bought this a couple years ago. One excellent guitar. But the nut, which is a normal 1-11/16", is too narrow for my fat fingers. Otherwise, it's worth twice the money.