In this comparison we put the Takamine Pro Series C132S and Kremona Performer Series S63CW head to head in a battle to find out which wins the specifications war. Not sure which is right for you? Read on and find the perfect item for your needs. If you would like to see more product comparisons from the same category, click here.
Contestant number one is the Takamine Pro Series C132S.
And now we will have a look at our second product, the Kremona Performer Series S63CW. This model is part of Kremona’s famous Performer Series. This series consists of seven guitars in total, each one having their own trademark sound, color coat and wood materials. Kremona is known for putting their soul into their instruments. At the end of WWII, Dimitar Gerogiev held an apprenticeship with the Markneukirchen luthier masters, returned to Bulgaria and founded Kremona in 1924. He did this with two other accomplices, thus starting the long line of performer series we have today.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
Takamine Pro Series C132S
Kremona Performer Series S63CW
+ Comes with hard case
+ Comes with sturdy hard case
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
The C132S is ideal for anyone that wants a tried-and-tested guitar that has been serving budding guitarists for years. The craftsmanship is wonderful, and the woods used to make this instrument intertwine well together; both performance and durability wise. Many people also report that the sound only improves as the years pass by, the mellowness becoming more discernible.Cons: - Not for flamenco players (tone too low)
This series is known for having a handcrafted, traditional classical style and build quality that helps the guitar resonate with balance, dignity and warmth. If you’re looking for an authentic guitar made with the recipe of the greatest master luthiers of our time, then the Kremona S63CW is the perfect choice. It shines among its other brothers and looks like an original Spanish guitar.Cons: - May be too small for bigger players
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