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Aska Built Team HD-115 ARS/ATB
Headway acoustic guitars are made by Deviser in its factory in Matsumoto, Japan. This guitar features an advanced rear bracing on which the X-bracing crosses at about 46 mm from the mouth, closer to the bridge. Deviser took a vintage wartime acoustic guitar built in wartime as an example to develop this pattern and added adjustments to it to create their own unique sound. The lower part of the soundboard is tighter, resulting in a more concentrated sound with more sparkle and a more durable reinforcement of the soundboard. After a few pilot samples, Deviser has finally achieved an ideal, well-balanced sound with tight bass and a brilliant shimmer, and superb articulation.
Takamine - GD10CE-NS - Natural satin
A versatile and beautiful electro. A true workhorse of the brand, the GD10CENS is a versatile and beautifully simple guitar. The G of the reference associates it with its series which remains the standard meter of quality acoustics at a modest price. The D refers to the dreadnought shape, a timeless classic. The C (for cutaway) evokes the cutaway. The E specifies its electro-acoustic character, and finally the NS emphasizes its aesthetics, i.e. a superb satin varnish. A judicious choice of wood. The choice of woods of the Takamine GD10CENS mixes classicism and originality. The top is made of spruce, the body and the neck are made of mahogany: a combination that has been widely proven to deliver a warm, round and precise sound. An irreproachable preamplifier. Takamine has built its reputation on the excellence of its electroacoustic systems, and the G10CENS is no exception. The built-in preamp includes a highly functional tuner, as well as three volume, tone and mid-cut controls that eliminate feedback. All you need is a strap and a pick to tackle bars, cafes and theaters around the world. And because it's a Takamine, you can always count on it.
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