Takamine GY51E-BSB New Yorker Steel String Acoustic Electric Guitar – Brown Sunburst

Ready for the demands of any performance situation, the GY51E features a solid spruce top and black walnut back and sides that produce a big, bold sound which can not be imagized from its size. The slim mahogany neck and 12”-radius bound laurel fingerboard provide great feel and playability, while the onboard Takamine TP-4TD preamp system gives you a built-in tuner with three-band EQ and gain controls for rock-solid amplified performance and versatility.

$699.99

Description

Takamine GY51E-BSB New Yorker Steel String Acoustic Electric Guitar – Brown Sunburst

With deluxe appointments, solid-top construction, classical slotted head stock shape and great performance features including Takamine electronics system, the GY51E is build to be your workhorse as as well as pet at home to play with.

Ready for the demands of any performance situation, the GY51E features a solid spruce top and black walnut back and sides that produce a big, bold sound which can not be imagized from its size. The slim mahogany neck and 12”-radius bound laurel fingerboard provide great feel and playability, while the onboard Takamine TP-4TD preamp system gives you a built-in tuner with three-band EQ and gain controls for rock-solid amplified performance and versatility.

Other great features include a synthetic bone nut and split bridge saddle, laurel headcap, abalone rosette and mother-of-pearl dot inlays, gold die-cast tuners and a beautiful gloss finish. Available in Natural and Sunburst.

The New Yorker is our smallest full-scale guitar. Super comfortable to play when seated or standing, the tone is sweet and clear with a frequency range that makes it stand out in the mix.

Specifications

Top Solid Spruce
Back Black Walnut
Sides Black Walnut
Neck Mahogany
Finger Board Laurel
Nut Width 1.6875″ (42.8 mm)
Electronics TP-4TD
Finish Natural

Brand

Takamine

Takamine is known for its steel-string acoustic guitars. The company was founded in May 1962; in 1978 they were one of the first companies to introduce acoustic-electric models, where they pioneered the design of the preamplifier-equalizer component. ... The name comes from Mount Takamine located in Nakatsugawa.