Takamine F-450S-B (circa mid-1970s) SOLD!

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One word: Brazilian rosewood (okay, that’s two words—but you get the point). This mid-1970s Takamine successfully copies the vibe and feel of a vintage Martin D-41, right down to the Brazilian rosewood back and sides (without the hefty price tag). The solid spruce top has mellowed to a pumpkin orange while the laminated Braz back and sides are gorgeously figured and help give this guitar the power to boom like a big-bore cannon. Abalone hexagon fingerboard markers and headstock logo, and imitation abalone soundhole rosette and top inlay. At this price, you can afford to take a breathtaking Brazilian rosewood guitar to your neighborhood jam session or outdoor festival without fear of humidity or the exuberant antics of other festival-goers. With newer high-quality TKL case. This one-owner guitar has two minor repairs: The first is a short crack in the bridge that has been expertly fixed and is nearly imperceptible. There is also a small crack on the treble side of the top, running parallel to the neck and extending toward the soundhole. It has been cleated by Steve at Aardvark and is entirely stable. SOLD!

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One word: Brazilian rosewood (okay, that’s two words—but you get the point). This mid-1970s Takamine successfully copies the vibe and feel of a vintage Martin D-41, right down to the Brazilian rosewood back and sides (without the hefty price tag). The solid spruce top has mellowed to a pumpkin orange while the laminated Braz back and sides are gorgeously figured and help give this guitar the power to boom like a big-bore cannon. Abalone hexagon fingerboard markers and headstock logo, and imitation abalone soundhole rosette and top inlay. At this price, you can afford to take a breathtaking Brazilian rosewood guitar to your neighborhood jam session or outdoor festival without fear of humidity or the exuberant antics of other festival-goers. With newer high-quality TKL case. This one-owner guitar has two minor repairs: The first is a short crack in the bridge that has been expertly fixed and is nearly imperceptible. There is also a small crack on the treble side of the top, running parallel to the neck and extending toward the soundhole. It has been cleated by Steve at Aardvark and is entirely stable. SOLD!