Information and history about Takeharu guitars made by Kiso Suzuki Violin Company
I am the original owner of a Takeharu GT180 that I bought in 1978 or 1979. I have researched it but not found out much about it. Can you provide me with any information? Thank You, Tom
I own a Takeharu TF-150 guitar and I would like to find out all about it. Please can you help? Thank you Joseph.
I own a Takeharu WTK-200 12 string with the most amazing sound and play action.I am desperate to find the origins and information on the guitar as I have had it for almost 20 years?
i own a Takeharu WK-300 6-Strings guitar i would like to know what dose it worth
I have had my Takeharu FT100 since new. I no longer play it and wondered what it is worth if I sell it. It is in immaculate condition and still sounds amazing.
I have a kiso suzuki violin company takharu GT-85 guitar.Serial number 20701. Can any one tell me anything about It, is it a fake
Mine is a 1977 G-85.Serial 20564. Bright sound and nice playing.I love it.If tou own one: keep and enjoy it !!
Just picked up a Takeharu Guitar at an auction for £10. It has WK-150 No 30149. Looks almost perfect condition. I am hoping to learn to play the guitar . Is this a good model to start with and what might it be worth ?It has no case or stand.Thanks
I born and raised with a w-400. 807274. 6 string . Im now 31 and played with alot off diferent martins fenders taylors takamines and i cant let myself invest on a A brand guitar. Shes my every lesson and my every invention . Wouldnt trade her for a fortune. I really believe takeharu's are the holy grail of accoustic guitars. When guitar players ask what do I play I tell them with a wink "a takeharu" but its shame nobody knows. Thanks for letting me share this. Feels like i finaly find some roots. Cheers...
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