This little New Yorker guitar is a delightful combination of a solid cedar top and Hawaiian Koa back and sides, giving you a syrup-sweet sound.
The 12-fret neck joint moves the bridge of the guitar into the sweet spot of the soundboard, creating surprising warmth in a small guitar. The slotted peghead gives the instrument an old-school vibe that just looks cool!
All of the songs that it creates can be effortlessly amplified through Takamine’s legendary CTP-3 Cooltube electonics.
|Series||Takamine Pro Series 3|
|Body Shape||New Yorker|
|Body Top||Solid Cedar|
|Body Back||Solid Hawaiian Koa|
|Body Sides||Hawaiian Koa|
|Position Inlays||Wood Dot In Dot|
|Nut||Width - 1.675" (42.5 mm)|
|Machine Heads||Gold Diecast with Amber Buttons|
|Bridge||Rosewood with Split Bone Saddle and Pinless Base|
|Rosette||Concentric Rings with Wood Marquetry|
|Electronics||CTP3 Cool Tube Preamp System with 3 Band EQ, Built-in Tuner and Palathetic Under|
|Unique Features||20 Frets with Neck joint at 12th Fret, Indian Rosewood Headstock cap, Gold Headstock Logo, Scalloped "X" Bracing, Made in Japan, Includes Hardcase|