Takamine F-400 12 String Dreadnaught Acoustic
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2009-08-30)
Price : US $ 745
Absoulutely Beautiful '77 Vintage Law-Suit Era Takamine 12 String Acoustic Guitar. F-400 Model Dreadnaught Body, looks identical to the Martins. (reason for "Law-Suit" designation) Martin & Co. threatened to sue Takamine in the early 70's and forced them to redesign their headstock and logo.
Beautiful Condition, Incredible Tone and Range, Great Action, Bright Highs, Strong Mids and Rich Bass... Must see and play. Exceptional Overall Condition... Bridge Solidly in Place... comes with New 80/20 Phos-Bronze strings installed... No Phsyical/Structual Issues... No Finish or Wood Checking... Looks Near New! only two very miniscule dings in the top finish and two small guitar strap/knob (filled in) holes on side near neck. (see Pics 7 & 8)
Solid book matched Brazilian Rosewood sides and back, with Tight Straight Grain Lam Sitka Spruce top. Straight and True Solid one piece Mahogany Neck with laminated Rosewood machine head. Rosewood Fretboard and Medium Jumbo Silver Frets, with very little ware on first and second fret only. Classic Country Dreadnaught Acoustic Body Styling with Six Lam Pferling front and back and MOP Position Dots. Gig Bag included.
Asking $745 OBO... Call James 206-769-3247 or respond to this ad with your "Best Offer".
Serial #77090948; Indicating the Year (1977) Month (09) and Day (09) and number (48) of this model made on that date.
Make/Model: Takamine F-400 12 String Acoustic
Serial Number: 77090948
Location of Manufacture: Japan
Scale Length: 25 1/2'
Nut Width: 2'
Finish Color: Natural
Top Wood: Laminated Spruce
Side Wood: Rosewood
Back Wood: Rosewood
Neck/Fingerboard Wood: Rosewood
Features: 12 String guitar, Gold Plate Tuners, dot inlays, and a gig bag.
More Pics. Avaiable Upon Request...
This guitar is sold (sold on 2009-08-30)
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i have one too and its a year older than yours, i couldn't find where it said the year it was made, thanks!