Takamine GN93CE-NAT Nex Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar, Natural

  • Rosewood sides, solid spruce top, and a lovely three-piece rosewood/quilt maple back
  • The slim mahogany neck and bound rosewood fingerboard with a 12″ radius provide excellent feel and playability.
  • For the ultimate in adaptability and sound quality, the Takamine TK-40D preamp system includes a built-in tuner, three-band EQ and volume controls, mid contour switch, notch filter, and EQ bypass switch.
  • The natural gloss finish is elegant.
Brand Takamine
Color Natural
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Wood
Back Material Type Rosewood
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
Guitar Pickup Configuration Piezoelectric
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed

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You know how Taylor guitars are known for their acclaimed sound, clarity, and smoothness, and how they’re sometimes referred to as the “ideal complement” for country music? We believe that the same amount of admiration should be given to this Takamine guitar, especially considering it is two times less expensive than the Taylors.

The GN93CE is an acoustic/electric guitar with a solid top and unusual back construction that give it an upmarket feel and distinct sound. It has Taka mine’s sleek and curvy NEX-style body.
The GD93CE boasts a solid spruce top, rosewood sides, and a stunning three-piece rosewood/quilt maple back for musicians looking for a well-balanced guitar with superb performance attributes and a sophisticated appearance. The slim mahogany neck and 12″-radius bound rosewood fingerboard to provide excellent feel and playability, while the Taka mine TK-40D preamp system includes a built-in tuner, three-band EQ, and gain controls, mid contour switch, notch filter, and EQ bypass switch for maximum versatility and sound quality. Maple binding on the body, neck, and headstock; dark wood rosette and body purfling; synthetic bone nut and split bridge saddle; rosewood head cap; abalone dot inlays; gold die-cast tuners with black buttons; and a beautiful gloss finish are some of the other premium features. Natural is a color choice.

This guitar glows brightly when plugged in, but it also sounds fantastic when played unplugged. We’re seeking a sharp, powerful, clear, and organic sound. This instrument’s clarity makes it suitable for combining with a range of guitar effects. The body is also quite resonant, which will be especially useful for those of you who play percussive guitar.

To put it as briefly as possible, this instrument is top-notch for the money. In our opinion, Takamine instruments are underappreciated, and this is one of the models that not only merits your complete attention but also a place among the best-selling models. Grab it now if you’re a country music fan; if you’re not, get it now because it is still great. It comes highly recommended!

3 reviews for Takamine GN93CE-NAT | Pro Electro Acoustic Guitar

  1. Greg Muller

    The setup was flawless. The action is low. The sound is lovely. Because the guitar was somewhat dented/scratched during shipping, Amazon offered me a 15% discount. It was well worth the money.

  2. Monique

    Beginners may benefit from this product. It’s a nice low-action that’s simple to play. However, without an amplifier, the sound is horrible. The guitar itself does not produce a strong, clear sound. Takamine guitars are among my favorites, and I own two of them. Your money like most things, doesn’t stretch as far as it used to. Tuning keys are made of lightweight plastic. The body is quite light and has a cheap feel to it. It came with a few small blemishes. This item is being returned.

  3. John Legend Tha Great

    While still in college, I purchased a Gibson. I acquired my first Takamine for the electric pickup at a music store around 7 years ago. It cost roughly twice as much as the new Takamine. Perhaps the new one is better than the old one! (For an accurate comparison, new strings must be added to the old.) I was afraid to travel with either of my other two guitars. I chose to get another because I could obtain one for less than half the price of the first. The sound and craftsmanship are fantastic. It might be better than the old one because the back is bent out, giving it more volume. Only the addition of fresh strings to the old one will reveal the truth. But I am thrilled so far.

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