Takamine P5NC Pro Series NEX Body Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Takamine P5NC Pro Series NEX Body Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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  • Wolf Music Company
    Boerne, TX, United States
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    Boerne, TX, United States
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Overview

The Takamine P5NC is a professional-grade acoustic-electric guitar with innovative body shape, state-of-the-art CTP-3 Cool Tube electronics, and a sound that blends dreadnought power with the balanced tone of a jumbo. The solid spruce top is X-braced for superior tonal clarity, sitting atop rosewood back and sides for a classic tonewood combination. The neck is slim and extremely comfortable to play, making use of an asymmetrical shape that's a little thinner on the bass side to fit the natural curve of your hand while the cutaway body allows for easy access to upper frets. The CTP-3 Cool Tube electronics use a real 12AU7 vacuum tube running at low voltage, producing a beautiful amplified sound when it's time to hit the stage.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • P5NC Pro Series 5 NEX Cutaway Acoustic/Electric Guitar
Finish
  • Natural Gloss
Year
  • 2010s
Categories
Back Material
  • Rosewood
Body Features
  • Cutaway
Body Shape
  • Auditorium
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Sides Material
  • Rosewood
Top Material
  • Spruce

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