Takamine Santa Fe ESF-93 Acoustic/Electric #93060581 - Used  From Takamine

A versatile acoustic/electric with Southwestern flair!

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Condition: Used, Great - Minor finish dimpling and play wear

A cowboy's dream come true, but it's ready for far more than just "cowboy" chords ;) 




Manufacturer's Description from Takamine

For more than half a century, Takamine has proudly dedicated itself to the art of fine guitar craftsmanship.

Its longstanding devotion to innovation and continual improvement has placed it among the world’s premier acoustic guitar makers, with truly fine instruments that are the first choice of performing guitarists worldwide.

With humble beginnings in 1959 as a small family-run guitar shop nestled at the foot of Mount Takamine in the central Japanese town of Sakashita, the fledgling company took the mountain’s name in 1962 and began in earnest the journey that led to the phenomenal success that is the modern Takamine company.

The timeline outlines that remarkable evolution.

Takamine Guitars

About Manufacturer

Takamine Guitars have over 50 years of history dedicated to innovation and improvement to the art and craft of guitarmaking.


What first began as a small family business has evolved into one of the leading guitar manufacturers In the world, depended upon by some of the best players and biggest names in the music industry.

So what's the deal? Why are there so many Takamine players? We'd like to think that it's because we've earned your respect. Takamine has made technological advancements that have surpassed other guitar makers. Takamine prides itself in their dedication and loyalty to fine luthiership and it is shown through each Instrument the company makes.



Takamine had its early beginnings while guitar playing and music was gaining popularity in Japan during the early 60's. As their business grew they saw the need to develop their skills and attract design and manufacturing talent. One of the most important additions to the company was one Mr. Mass Hirade.

Hirade joined Takamine in 1968, and made great improvements upon design and build quality, and set forth with his staff to energize and strengthen the business. The factory began producing their world class "Classical" that to this day still carry the Hirade name. Through Hirade's dedication and commitment to Takamine, he was able to begin an overseas trading business in 1975. Takamine Guitars were able to reach out to guitar players around the world. Takamine was finally placed in the hands of musicians who had only heard about their great sound and fine craftsmanship.

Specifications

1993

Serial Number: 93060581

Body Style: Folk-style, Single Cutaway

Back & Side Wood: Silky Oak

Top Wood: Cedar 

Soundhole Shape: Round

Soundhole Rosette: Wood Inlay Rosette

Frets to Body: Neck Joins Body at 14th Fret

Headstock Inlays & Logo: Abalone 

Neck Joint: Set Neck

Neck Wood: Mahogany 

Neck Width: 1.69" at Nut

Number of Frets: 21 

Peghead: Veneer 

Bridge Pins: White with Black Dot Pins

Bridge: Ebony 

Fingerboard Inlay: Turquoise

Fingerboard: Ebony

Fingerboard Position Markers: Eagle

Finish Color: Natural

Scale Length: 25.5"

Pickup: Piezo-transducer Bridge

Preamp: Active Preamp

Case: Hardshell