Takamine GS330S
Takamine GS330S

Guitare Acoustique Folk Dreadnought appartenant à la série G Series Dreadnoughts de TakamineVoir le site web

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Takamine GS330S : l'avis de goodbyebluesky

8 (8/10)

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Caractéristiques 7/10

LA 330S GS est assez simple et sans description, avec une finition satinée, une table en cèdre, le dos et les éclisses en nato, pas d'incrustation, et une rosace simple, cette guitare est sans fioritures. Takamine mis l'argent là où il le faut pour une guitare bon marché.

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The GS 330S is fairly plain and non-descript, with a satin finished cedar top, nato back and sides, no inlays, and a simple rosette, this guitar is no frills. Takamine put there money where it counted for a budget guitar like this.

Utilisation 7/10

Le manche a un contact agréable, assez semblable à une Martin japonaise que je possède. Très adapté.

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The neck had a nice feel, fairly similar to a Japanese-made Martin I have. Very adequate.

Sonorités 8/10

Je pense que la meilleure contribution à la sonorité de cette guitare, c'est la table en cèdre au fini satiné. Dans cette game de prix, les fabriquants de guitares utilisent généralement un vernis épais et de moins bonne qualité pour «l'habiller», mais Takamine a mis une finition très fine sur la table en cèdre. Tout d'abord, le cèdre donne un son plus moelleux que l'épinette et le fait d'appliquer une telle finition mince permet à la table de résonner plus librement, donner un son plus "ouvert", pas raides, qui donne un plus grand volume, qui est certainement le cas ici car la Takamine projette de très bien et convient très bien à la technique du picking et du fingerpicking.
La GS peut convenir à tous les style du folk, du grattage (strumming) comme aux notes individuelles du blues.
Mon seul reproche, c'est que je trouve le son un peu "léger", probablement à cause du nato utilisé pour le dos et les éclisses plutôt que l''acajou plus traditionnel, qui a uns sonorité plus grave. Le choix de cordes adaptées peut aider à compenser, et la guitare a un spectre assez équilibrée spectre aussi ma perception de manque de «boum» de ce modèle ne signifie pas qu'il soit aiguë ou raide. Il a de fait une résonance assez douce.

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I think the biggest contributor to the sound of this guitar is the satin finish cedar top. In this price range guitarmakers usually use lower quality and a thick glossy finish is applied to "dress it up" but Takamine has put a very light finish on their cedar top. First of all, cedar is a bit more mellower sounding than spruce and applying such a thin finish allows the top to reverberate more freely, giving a more "open" sound thats not stiff It also equates to more volume, which definitely is the case here as the Takamine projects quite well and respond very well to picking dynamics and fingerpicking.
The GS can handle everything from folk strumming, to single note blues runs.
My only complaint was that I thought it was a bit "thin" sounding, probably due to nato being used for the back and sides instead of more traditional mahogany, which is darker in tone. Selecting the right strings could help compensate, and the guitar was fairly balanced across the spectrum so my perceived lack of "thump" from this model doesn't mean it was shrill or harsh. It was actually quite sweet sounding overall.

Avis Global 8/10

J'aime Takamine pour faire une guitare comme celle-ci. Franchement, ils peuvent faire un meilleur jeu et de sonner l'instrument dans cette gamme de prix que Fender, Yamaha, et les grands joueurs comme Martin et Taylor n'ont même pas s'aventurer dans cette gamme de prix bas. Alors Takamine a comblé un vide très important avec la série GS. Les gars comme moi qui possèdent plus agréable guitares vont acheter un de ces voyages ou comme un «feu de camp" de la guitare et être assez satisfait de la tonalité et la jouabilité, et les débutants vont acheter cette guitare et ne pas avoir à niveau pendant une longue période si elles ne souhaitent. Bravo à Takamine.

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I love Takamine for making a guitar like this. Frankly, they can make a better playing and sounding instrument in this price range than Fender, Yamaha, and the big players like Martin and Taylor don't even venture into this low price bracket. So Takamine has filled a very important void with the GS series. Guys like myself who own nicer guitars will buy one of these as a travel or "campfire" guitar and be fairly pleased with the tone and playability, and beginners will buy this guitar and not have to upgrade for a long time if they don't wish to. Kudos to Takamine.
Avis OriginalTexte original anglais :

Characteristics 7/10

The GS 330S is fairly plain and non-descript, with a satin finished cedar top, nato back and sides, no inlays, and a simple rosette, this guitar is no frills. Takamine put there money where it counted for a budget guitar like this.

Utilization 7/10

The neck had a nice feel, fairly similar to a Japanese-made Martin I have. Very adequate.

Sounds 8/10

I think the biggest contributor to the sound of this guitar is the satin finish cedar top. In this price range guitarmakers usually use lower quality and a thick glossy finish is applied to "dress it up" but Takamine has put a very light finish on their cedar top. First of all, cedar is a bit more mellower sounding than spruce and applying such a thin finish allows the top to reverberate more freely, giving a more "open" sound thats not stiff It also equates to more volume, which definitely is the case here as the Takamine projects quite well and respond very well to picking dynamics and fingerpicking.
The GS can handle everything from folk strumming, to single note blues runs.
My only complaint was that I thought it was a bit "thin" sounding, probably due to nato being used for the back and sides instead of more traditional mahogany, which is darker in tone. Selecting the right strings could help compensate, and the guitar was fairly balanced across the spectrum so my perceived lack of "thump" from this model doesn't mean it was shrill or harsh. It was actually quite sweet sounding overall.

Overall Opinion 8/10

I love Takamine for making a guitar like this. Frankly, they can make a better playing and sounding instrument in this price range than Fender, Yamaha, and the big players like Martin and Taylor don't even venture into this low price bracket. So Takamine has filled a very important void with the GS series. Guys like myself who own nicer guitars will buy one of these as a travel or "campfire" guitar and be fairly pleased with the tone and playability, and beginners will buy this guitar and not have to upgrade for a long time if they don't wish to. Kudos to Takamine.