2007 Takamine EG128SC Cutaway Acoustic/Electric Classical Guitar

It looks good, it sounds good, it plugs in, it's solid cedar top, and it's inexpensive -- there's not much to argue with when it comes to this particular guitar. I like that Selmer-Mac-looking cutaway shape, too.

The neck is very traditional with a 2" nut width, flat board, and medium-heft, D-profile back to it. For classical folks, it'll be home base. The sound of this guy acoustic is a bit flamenco-like -- clean and with good midrange and a not-boomy bass response.

So -- a lightly-used, functional instrument. I just had to set it up and adjust the saddle seating to get the piezo to sound even when plugged-in and then it was right up and onto the racks in the shop.

Repairs included: setup and adjustments.

Top wood: solid cedar

Back & sides wood: ply rosewood

Bracing type: fan

Bridge: rosewood

Fretboard: rosewood

Neck wood: mahogany family

Action height at 12th fret:
3/32" overall (spot on)
String gauges: medium tension (extra set in case -- these are a bit worn-in)

Neck shape: medium-bigger D

Board radius: flat

Truss rod: adjustable

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium

Scale length: 25 5/8"

Nut width: 2"

Body width: 14 1/2"

Body depth: 3 7/8"

Weight: 4 lbs 5 oz

Condition notes: it's very lightly-used and in good order throughout.

It comes with: a nice hard case and a spare set of strings.