Takamine EF360S TT Thermal Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Hard Case

  • The top is made of solid thermal spruce, while the back is made of solid rosewood.
  • The sides are solid rosewood, and the neck is mahogany.
  • Glossy Natural Finish Ebony Fingerboard
  • TLD-2 Preamplifier for Line Drivers
  • Included is a hard case.
Brand Takamine
Color Natural
Top Material Type Alder
Body Material Rosewood
Back Material Type Alder
Neck Material Type Alloy
Fretboard Material Type Maple
Guitar Pickup Configuration Piezoelectric
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed

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Description

The played-in tone of authentic vintage is yours from the first note with the EF360STT. With the Takamine ‘Thermal Top’ pre-aged characteristics and solid rosewood back and sides, this classic non-cutaway dreadnaught has an extra measure of low-end horsepower. The wide-open vintage tone of this superb instrument is properly accentuated by grained ivoroid binding and faux tortoiseshell pickguard, open gear butterbean tuners, and subtle ‘T’ branding. When you combine Takamine’s widely renowned ‘Palathetic Pickup’ with the stealthy ‘TLD-2’ line driver preamp, you get an acoustic guitar with the sound you’ve always wanted with electronics that can properly transmit to a crowd of fifty or fifty thousand people.

The Japanese manufacturer has done it again, creating a superb high-end guitar with outstanding tone, flair, and playability. The Takamine EF360S-TT is a winner for any vintage-minded acoustic musician, and it’s a guitar you’d feel at ease playing on the front porch or in front of a crowd.

3 reviews for Takamine EF360S-TT | Pro Acoustic Guitar

  1. Zaria Butler

    The sound of the thermal roasted top is rather pleasing. The quality and fit were flawless. This is a nice hard shell case. Excellent factory setup. The action is higher, but this is a large guitar that has to be played forcefully, so you don’t want it to be too low. Takamine pickups are also among the best. They have a sound that is both natural and dynamic.

  2. Anna Poole

    This guitar is fantastic. Many high-end guitars I’ve had throughout the years sound and play better than this one. The big neck is one of my favorites. I’ve been playing for more than 50 years, and this one is a keeper!

  3. Derek Baird

    This guitar is incredible. It has a powerful tone. It works well with any type of music. For the finger stylist, a wider neck is ideal for strumming. When you plug it in, you’ll be astounded! It’s hot and has the TLD preamp. Our sound engineer had to reduce the gain. With a group, I usually play my Takamine P3DC-12 12-string, but this might soon become my new favorite.

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