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NAMM 2016: Takamine Provide Sneak Preview of 'Decoy' Limited Edition Guitar
The 33 second-long preview has a split screen with four windows displaying the details of blue burst acoustic guitar known as 'Decoy' including a glimpse of an elegant inlay design on the fingerboard.
The video by the Japanese guitar manufacturer, then shows a brief insight into the manufacturing process of this guitar before fading out.
Several other videos have also been released detailing individual parts of the guitar from the body, head, fingerboard and the purfling.
We can't wait to see and hear the finished results of this guitar at NAMM 2016, Anaheim California.
Takamine Acoustic Guitars have been around for over 50 years during which time Takamine have grown from a small family business to a leading acoustic guitar manufacturer.
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By Michael Storey
Posted on 12 Jan 2016 16:19 to category : Instruments News
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