Japanese-built Takamine Pro Series guitars can be reliably dated from the eight-digit serial numbers typically found at the neck block inside the instruments.The first two digits designate the year of manufacture, followed by two digits denoting the month.ARIA's later official appearance is very different.I've also taken some sand paper to the frets/fretboard to round them up as they were a bit sharp to begin with.What exactly is a lawsuit guitar and why are they so popular?
In mid/late 2012, US distributed Japanese-built guitars switched to the year designation that guitars distributed in Japan use.However, it is also a charming work for the bass voice, which requires a graceful legato, wide range, and skillful ornamentation.It was written expressly for Franz Xavier Gerl, a member of Emmanuel Shikaneder's opera troupe and the singer who first performed the role of Sarastro in (The Magic Flute).(although that does sound like something i'd do) Yeah i keep meaning to get some up but my missus keeps forgetting her camera! The divots on the body next to the neck aren't familiar to me. The neck looks like ovangkol to me - it can vary in shade. I know Warwick made the Fortress with Ovangkol necks as well as the more popular Wenge, also i have heard of them using a 3 piece maple neck on the German ones too. I'll get some tomorrow I'm not actually too bothered if this isn't an original neck as i got the bass very cheaply, just a bit curious! It could be a replacement done by Warwick themselves, though they usually stamp the new neck with the serial from the original. I posted on the Warwick forum and it's either: -A custom order made from old parts.
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