Takamine TLD-M2 Solid Spruce Top Figured Myrtle Back Limited Edition Guitar w/case - Free Shipping!

This beautiful Takamine TLD-M2 is 1 of 10 in USA and 1 of 30 worldwide limited edition guitar. Solid Spruce Top and awesome highly figured book matched solid Oregon Myrtle side and back. Hand made in Japan Takamine custom shop with top of the line component including TLD-2 inline driver for smooth,natural sweet sounding guitar. Perfectly matched for a wide variety of players! Get yours today before the nice figured Myrtle one sold out!



Takamine TLD-M2 Specifications:
  • OM style body with Solid Sitka spruce Top
  • Solid figured Oregon Myrtle back and sides
  • Abalone rosette and headstock logo
  • Ebony fingerboard with diamond abalone inlays
  • 644mm scale length
  • 45mm nut width
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Maple Binding
  • TLD-2 Line driver electronic
  • Hard Case included
  • ConditionBrand New (New)
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    Brand
    Model
    • TLD M2 Special Edition Oregon Myrtle Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Finish
    • Natural
    Categories
    Year
    • 2016
    Made In
    • Japan
    String Type
    • Steel
    Right / Left Handed
    • Right Handed
    Active Preamp
    • Yes
    Number of Strings
    • 6-String
    Neck Material
    • Mahogany
    Top Material
    • Spruce
    Sides Material
    • Myrtlewood
    Pickup
    • Undersaddle Piezo Pickup
    Back Material
    • Myrtlewood
    Fretboard Material
    • Ebony
    Color Family
    • Tan
    • Natural
    Body Shape
    • Auditorium
    Number of Frets
    • 20

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