- Full sound
- Good construction
- Price might be a bit high for beginners
- Might want to restring
Let’s say you have never in your life held a guitar in your hands and for one reason or another you decide you want to learn playing on this magnificent, beautiful instrument. Where do you start? What is your budget? There are is a definite winner. It might be a little bit too pricey for beginners but if you are planning on having a long-term career (or hobby) in music you should think of purchasing a model that will last you years and only get better and better with time and that definitely is GB7C.
The GB7C Garth Brooks is part of Pro Series which aims at combining modern woodworking techniques with well-seasoned woods to create exceptional quality guitars with astounding sound. This is a steel-string dreadnought style model with solid cedar top and guitar silhouette soundhole. The solid rosewood back and rosewood side, together, provide great volume and tone. Although the side is not solid rosewood it definitely does not ruin the sound. The neck is mahogany that is joined to the body with traditional dovetail joint which provides the sturdiness and rigidity. Overall, this is an amazing model for any style of playing, especially great for strumming or fingerpicking.
Takamine has equipped this model with rosewood bridge and fingerboard. This is a great model to gigging and recording not just because of the construction and tonewood but also because it comes with Palatheic pickup located under the saddle and CT-4BII preamp that help fine tune your guitar. As a nice bonus you get a great, sturdy case to keep your instrument and accessories safe from any accidents or weather/humidity changes.
Takamine GB7C Sound
The solid top and mahogany neck create balanced warm tone with powerful sound while the rosewood back and sides give add acoustic, deep tone to it. The dreadnoughts are known for having great volume and projection and this baby definitely does not disappoint in that aspect (or any other). The shape and construction create not only great looks and comfort for new players but also bombastic, astounding sound that anyone would appreciate.
A great fit for practicing at home or gigging in front of hundreds of people, GB7C Garth Brooks meets and exceeds all the needs that you could have for an acoustic-electric guitar. The construction, tonewood, comfort, playability and sound on this model make is a definite winner. It might be a little bit too pricey for beginners but if you are planning on having a long term career (or hobby) in music you should think of purchasing a model that will last you years and only get better and better with time and that definitely is GB7C.
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