Takamine GC1128T Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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Big Wave Dave
from Central East Coast Florida
March 3, 2013Music Background:
30 years playing, gigging musician.
Really, really nice case!I picked up a Takamine Tan16C on Ebay in a non original case so ordered this. For about five seconds I thought I ordered the wrong case when I went to put my guitar in it.....the fit is very snug. Perfect snug! The guitar doesn't move around at all. The case is beautiful! It's dark brown with gold latches which is really stunning. The storage compartment is large, everything is top notch. Thumbs up, thanks Sweetwater!!
June 9, 2012Music Background:
Playing at Playing and collecting for a lifetime...
Not Just for DreadnoughtsThis is a nice looking case and well made. For those with NEX style bodies such as the TSF48-C as an example it will fit your guitar too.
You will see that the Dreadnought and NEX style guitar bodies are the same overall size within 1/8".
I have given it a 5 but it is not as heavily constructed as my older cases. It is still a great value though, and looks Rich. Overall I am very happy with my purchase, and it will protect its occupant for many years. Get one for your Takamine today....
from Ft Lauderdale, FL USA
December 14, 2011Music Background:
Amateur Musician, Home Recordist, Engineering Student
Gorgeous, sturdy and snugOkay, it's a guitar case, but this one really pleasantly surprised me when it arrived on my doorstep. I bought it because I needed a hardshell case to fit my Takamine GS330S. My axe fits perfect and snug in the case (which is lined with extremely soft velvety/furry material that doesn't shed or rub off easily) so it's held firm and doesn't get knocked about when carried. The shell itself is aesthetically gorgeous, you can't tell in the photos but the color is actually a very deep burnt brown color that is really subtle and pleasing, offset nicely by the gold-colored hardware. There's a sturdy little compartment under the neck support inside the case, large enough to hold a capo, a tune, picks, and strings, and stored in there were two "luggage keys" that allow you to engage a rudimentary lock on one of the case's latches. I doubt I'll be using that, but the bottom line is, this case is very well built, fits my Takamine GS330S perfectly, and is really stylish and pleasing to the eye. Thank you Sweetwater!