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Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin
Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin

Serial Number: 60030475

Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin

Condition: New

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Takamine GB7C Garth Brooks Signature Series Natural Satin

By 1989 Takamine had already established a strong foothold in Nashville thanks to the influence of Steve Wariner and local Takamine rep Don Waylette. At the time I was based in Southern California and had never been to Nashville. One morning while reading the entertainment section of an Orange County newspaper, I spotted the small photo of a young country artist scheduled to perform at a local dinner club. The photo showed him playing a Takamine. I had already booked my first trip to Nashville but had no particular agenda, so I decided this guy would be my first call. Thus began Takamine’s ridiculously fortunate relationship with one of the greatest entertainers of all time, Garth Brooks.

Fast forward 1 short year, Garth’s second album “No Fences” was #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums charts and #3 on Billboard’s Top 200, where it would stay in the top 40 for 126 weeks. He had become an international star, all the while playing his Takamine EN15C (similar to current P3DC). The Takamine cedar top, satin finish cutaway had become an integral part of the Garth Brooks persona - and the Takamine brand had begun the ride of its life.

In June of 1995 Garth called with an idea. He’s seen a music video featuring a Gretsch acoustic with triangular shaped sound-hole and it triggered thoughts of a custom model. The concept was simple. Change the sound-hole design of his EN15C from round, to the shape of dreadnaught cutaway itself. When I noted that a guitar-shaped sound-hole would “not be very traditional”, Garth’s reply was “Neither is a cutaway”. Of course he was right, and after faxing a series of rough mock-ups back and forth - the ready, willing and able Takamine factory was working on the first prototypes of what would become Takamine’s second signature model guitar, the Garth Brooks GB7C (incorporating Garth’s favorite number).  

Garth’s much anticipated tour was scheduled to begin in March of ‘96 with a record-setting 5 dates at Atlanta’s Omni Colosseum (a record he has since shattered) but the Takamine factory was still working on some unexpected bracing issues presented by the new sound-hole design. With the first show only a few days away Garth was understandably anxious to see and hear the new model. What he didn’t know was that his previous model EN15C had essentially been discontinued and was unavailable in the configuration he preferred. So if for any reason the new custom model was not ready in time, or not done properly, there was no plan B and Garth Brooks would have no acoustic guitar for his biggest tour yet - at least not a Takamine. On the final day of rehearsal, 2 finished prototypes of GB7C arrived and deemed perfect by a very pleased Garth. The relief I felt that day makes for a very vivid memory, and my admiration and gratitude to Takamine as one of the great guitar factories in the world remains as keen today as on that March afternoon in 1996. 

2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Garth Brooks Signature Model. His current 3 year tour continues to set attendance records in virtually every city he plays and is on track to set overall records not likely to be approached, much less broken, by anyone but himself. In the 26 years since our fortunate meeting, Garth Brooks has become as strongly associated with the Takamine GB7C as any artist, to any guitar, ever. Still, his professional value to Takamine remains surpassed by that of his friendship.


Case: Hardshell Case 

Weight: 5.0 lbs

Top: Solid Cedar

Back: Solid Rosewood

Sides: Rosewood

Neck: Mahogany

Finger Board: Rosewood

Nut Width: 1.578" (40 mm)

Electronics: CT-4BII

Finish: Natural


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