The P3FCN – Isn’t She Lovely?

The P3FCN – Isn’t She Lovely?

Check out this cool demo of the sweet and sleek P3FCN from Tak’s popular Pro Series 3 by renowned Brazilian guitarist Gustavo Guerra. His cool rendition of Stevie Wonder’s "Isn’t She Lovely", featuring both fingerstyle and pick-driven techniques, demonstrates precisely why Takamine designed and handcrafted the P3FCN.

The extra-live cedar top, satin finished Pro Series 3 models gained popularity soon after Gerard Garnier of Takamine’s longtime French distributor, Algam, spearheaded its development in 1985. It has since become one of the brand’s best-selling series and a performing artist favorite.

The P3FCN offers the perfect hybrid between the unmistakable great tone of a nylon-string, and the playability of a steel string with a slimmer neck and 14-fret-to-body design. It's great not just for classical players but also pop, rock, jazz, or anything where nylon string sounds will lend itself to your music. When it's time to get onstage, Takamine's highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner are ready to plug in and go.

Thanks to guitarist Derek Johnson from the Sona Jobarteh camp for turning us onto to the masterful Gustavo Guerra.

Comments
samuel t.

Takamine guitars are very in demand with selective musicians for a nice reason, high grade handmade guitars.
By the way, My friend from Claymont also have the Takamine TF360SBG six string.

Keith M.

The guitar sounds fantastic. A wonderful song to play as an old favorite. Thank you for your contribution. I'll find out how much this instrument costs and notify some buddies. Should I suggest it?