Takamine G Series 50th Anniversary new Cutaway Electric
Solid Sitka spruce and mahogany back and sides give this guitar a powerful voice with excellent projection for outstanding acoustic performance. Team this with a state of the art Takamine TP4T pickup and preamp system for un-matched stage capabilities.
TP4T Preamp Featuresâ€¨The TakamineTP4T preamp found on G-Series guitars features a gain knob, a tuner, an active shelving system EQ with bass, middle, and treble frequency slider controls, and a low battery light. The preamp is switched on by plugging a standard mono instrument cable into the endpin/strap pin jack. Unplugging the cable switches the preamplifier off. The TP4T Preamplifier is powered by a single 9 volt battery.
Gain Control: The gain knob controls the volume of the preamp. Turning this knob all the way to the left will effectively silence the preamplifier. Turning it all the way to the right will produce the maximum output.
Tuner: The tuner in the TP4T is fully chromatic. Press the tuner switch to activate it. The note being played is shown in the digital display along with either an Up or Down arrow. If an Up arrow appears the note is sharp (too high) and needs to be lowered. If a Down arrow appears the note is flat (too low) and needs to be raised. The faster the arrow flashes, the farther out of tune it is. As you bring it closer in tune the speed with which the arrow flashes will decrease. When both arrows appear and they are not flashing the note is in tune. The tuner will automatically shut off after 90 seconds. Note that once the battery drops below a certain voltage level the preamp may still function but the tuner will not. If you are still getting output from the preamp but the tuner is not functioning try changing the battery.
Bass Frequency Slider: This slider allows you to boost or cut the bass frequencyâ€¨Middle Frequency Slider: This slider allows you to boost or cut the middle frequency.â€¨Treble Frequency Slider: This slider allows you to boost or cut the treble frequency
Low Batter Light: Once the battery drops below a certain voltage the low battery light will come on indicating the need to replace the battery.
For the first time in Takamine’s 50 year history here’s a Limited Edition G Series guitar to commemorate this important milestone!