This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Takamine P3DC Dreadnought Electro Acoustic Natural. This Acoustic Guitars will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this P3DC Dreadnought Electro Acoustic Natural.
Takamine P3DC Dreadnought Electro Acoustic Natural in the Acoustic Guitars category
Takamines P3DC Pro Series draws its warmth harmonic richness and balance from its X braced solid Cedar top and Sapele back and sides. The P3DC electro-acoustic guitar also features a Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard and Wood dot in dot inlays combined with Takamines split bone saddle bridge this guitar is capable of producing a fantastic acoustic range and flawless intonation. The P3DC has gold tuners with amber buttons for greater tuning stability a natural gloss top finish and satin sides and back as well as featuring the CT4B II pre amp system with 3 band EQ volume control and a built in tuner. Features & Specifications Body and Bridge Body Shape: Dreadnought Cutaway Body Back: Solid Sapele Body Sides: Sapele Body Top: Solid Cedar Body Finish: Satin Bracing: Scalloped X Rosette: Concentric Rings Neck and Fingerboard No. of Frets: 20 Position Inlays: Wood Dot-in-Dot Fingerboard Radius: 12″ (305 mm) Fingerboard: Rosewood Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Finish: Satin Nut Width: 1.675″ (42.5 mm) Scale Length: 25.3″ (643 mm) Hardware & Electronics Electronics: CT4B II Preamp System with 3-band EQ Volume Control and Built-in Tuner Controls: Volume Control 3-Band EQ Hardware Finish:Gold Bridge: Rosewood with Split Bone Saddle and Pin-less Base Tuning Machines:Gold Die-Cast with Amber Buttons Strings: DAddario EXP 16 Coated Phosphor Bronze (.012-.053 Gauges)
Gibson Brands, Inc. (formerly Gibson Guitar Corporation) is an American manufacturer of guitars, other musical instruments, and professional audio equipment from Kalamazoo, Michigan, and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. The company was formerly known as Gibson Guitar Corporation and renamed Gibson Brands, Inc. on June 11, 2013.34
Orville Gibson started making instruments in 1894 and founded the company in 1902 as the Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Mfg. Co. Ltd. in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to make mandolin-family instruments.1 Gibson invented archtop guitars by constructing the same type of carved, arched tops used on violins. By the 1930s, the company was also making flattop acoustic guitars, as well as one of the first commercially available hollow-body electric guitars, used and popularized by Charlie Christian. In 1944, Gibson was bought by Chicago Musical Instruments (CMI), which was acquired in 1969 by Panama-based conglomerate Ecuadorian Company Limited (ECL), that changed its name in the same year to Norlin Corporation. Gibson was owned by Norlin Corporation from 1969 to 1986. In 1986, the company was acquired by a group led by Henry Juszkiewicz and David H. Berryman. In November 2018, the company was acquired by a group of investors led by private equity firm KKR & Co. Inc. (formerly known as Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and KKR & Co. L.P.).
Gibson sells guitars under a variety of brand names5 and builds one of the world’s best-known guitars, the Gibson Les Paul. Gibson was at the forefront of innovation in acoustic guitars, especially in the big band era of the 1930s; the Gibson Super 400 was widely imitated. In 1952, Gibson introduced its first solid-body electric guitar, the Les Paul, which became its most popular guitar to date— designed by a team led by Ted McCarty.
In addition to guitars, Gibson offers consumer electronics through its subsidiaries KRK, Cerwin Vega, and Stanton, Gibson Pro Audio line.
On May 1, 2018, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection,6 and announced a restructuring plan to return to profitability by closing down unprofitable consumer electronics divisions such as Gibson Innovations
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