Takamine GY93-NAT G Series New Yorker Parlor Acoustic GuitarTakamine
Featuring Takamine’s parlor-style New Yorker body, the petite GY93 acoustic guitar offers a solid top and special back construction, giving it an upscale feel and distinctive sound.
For players seeking the focused, articulate sound that this increasingly popular body style offers, the GY93 features a solid spruce top, rosewood sides and a stunning three-piece rosewood/quilt maple back. The slim mahogany neck and 12”-radius bound rosewood fingerboard provide great feel and playability, while the split-saddle design of the rosewood bridge provides superior intonation for sweeter-sounding chords and single-note runs.
Other premium features include maple body, neck and headstock binding; dark wood rosette and body purfling; synthetic bone nut and bridge saddle; rosewood headcap; abalone dot inlays; gold die-cast tuners with black buttons; and a beautiful gloss finish.
Condition: When this guitar came in from the factory, the authorized refurbisher couldn't find anything wrong with it. No repairs or modifications were made to the guitar - they simply gave it a set-up and left it alone. Guitar looks mint. When we received the guitar, we straightened the neck and set the action at the 12th fret to 4/64" on both the bass and treble sides. Guitar plays great with this low-action set-up! Back of the headstock is stamped "used" and original serial # has been replaced with a new one.
- New Yorker (parlor) body shape
- Solid spruce top
- 3-piece rosewood back with quilt maple center
- Rosewood sides
- Mahogany set neck
- Rosewood fretboard with abalone dot inlays
- Rosewood bridge with synthetic bone split saddle
- Dark wood rosette
- Gold die-cast tuners with black buttons
- Maple body, neck and headstock binding
- 21 frets
- 1.65" nut width
- 25.375" scale length
- 14.125" body width (at widest)
- 4.125" body depth (at deepest)
- Natural gloss finish
About our set-ups: We do our best to accurately describe the current set-up and playability of each guitar. However, due to temperature and humidity changes the guitar may experience while in transit, it's possible for the neck and body to slightly "adjust" along the way. After all, guitars are primarily wooden instruments that are highly susceptible to their environment. By the time you receive the guitar, un-box it and tune it up, you may find that it needs a slight adjustment to get it back to the set-up specs that we originally described in our listing. Please keep this in mind before purchasing.