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The Takamine GY11ME New Yorker acoustic guitar may be small, but it rewards you with its great sound, understated good looks, and smooth playability. Whether you're a folk strummer, fingerstylist, or live performance rocker, you'll love the warm sound of the guitar's mahogany top, back, and sides. Grab the fast mahogany neck, strum a few chords, and revel in the clear, full-bodied richness resonating from the diminutive parlor-style body and scalloped X-bracing. The Takamine GY11ME New Yorker is a compact guitar with a big attitude.
The Takamine GY11ME New Yorker acoustic guitar benefits from Takamine's painstaking attention to detail. With its scalloped X-braced mahogany top, back, and sides, the GY11ME looks great and is tonally versatile enough to handle whatever playing style your musical mood dictates. It is especially fantastic for singers who want a tone that leaves plenty of room for their voice. And if you're playing out, the Takamine GY11ME New Yorker's stage-friendly satin finish will certainly command your audience's attention.
The GY11ME sports Takamine's TP-4T preamp, instantly giving you rich, clear-sounding amplified output. In addition to a large volume knob, the TP-4T system on the GY11ME gives you a tuner and an active shelving EQ with bass, middle, and treble sliders you can use to shape your sound. There's even a low-battery indicator onboard so you know when you need to swap out the 9-volt. Plug in to turn on the preamp; unplug to turn it off.
The Takamine GY11ME New Yorker acoustic guitar benefits from a half-century of Takamine guitar-crafting know-how. Launched in 1962 at the foot of Japan's Takamine mountains, Takamine has been designing and building acoustic guitars that are seen in the hands of some of music's biggest stars. With quality and value as guiding principles, Takamine's instruments employ the finest tonewoods and construction techniques, something you'll discover for yourself as soon as you pick up your GY11ME New Yorker for the first time.