Takeharu WK-65 D

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Posted by Barbara on Wed, 03/07/07 - 23:14:01.

The guitar I have is perfect for me, so I'm not willing to sell. I would just like to know more about it and the company that manufactured it. It is a lovely mohgony wood, with a light oak vanire front..the D details the Dove pick protector on the front. It also has large mother-of-pearl inlays along the entire lenth of the neck. It is a sm acoustic...but then again I'm very petite. It also has its original ivory bridges. Which someone tried to tell me needed to be replaced NOT!...I received this guitar as a gift for graduating high school...many moons ago. I use medium steel and brass strings which really gives it that classical acoustic sound. I recently played a duet with a man who had a very heavy, combersome and expensive Fender (It sounded aweful!!!)...He bartered for half an hour to buy it off me. Obviously I didn't sell but it made me wonder about the worth. It seems everyone I know is trying to get one or pay a high price for mine. (Still not selling)....let me know if you have any resources for me and the year it was made could help.....Thanks

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tekaharu wk 65 bk

Hello I am trying to learn more about a guitar I was given for father's day from my step sons they picked it up in a second hand store for $70 Canadian it had a small crack in the nut so I had it replaced by a local luthier who is well known he tried like hell to buy it from me and said it was rare and that it was a copy of a Gibson hummingbird I refuse to sell it because of sentimental value and the sound is amazing. I would like to learn more about the guitar and a possible value as I am looking for information on the value so I can register it with my home insurance, any info you could provide would be greatly appreciated as this is the only site that I have found with any related information.

Re: Takeharu WK-65 D

: The guitar I have is perfect for me, so I'm not willing to sell. I would just like to know more about it and the company that manufactured it. It is a lovely mohgony wood, with a light oak vanire front..the D details the Dove pick protector on the front. It also has large mother-of-pearl inlays along the entire lenth of the neck. It is a sm acoustic...but then again I'm very petite. It also has its original ivory bridges. Which someone tried to tell me needed to be replaced NOT!...I received this guitar as a gift for graduating high school...many moons ago. I use medium steel and brass strings which really gives it that classical acoustic sound. I recently played a duet with a man who had a very heavy, combersome and expensive Fender (It sounded aweful!!!)...He bartered for half an hour to buy it off me. Obviously I didn't sell but it made me wonder about the worth. It seems everyone I know is trying to get one or pay a high price for mine. (Still not selling)....let me know if you have any resources for me and the year it was made could help.....Thanks

Hello Barbara,
I believe I have the same guitar as yourself and it is a 1976 vintage! Great sound.
Cheers
Wayne

Re: Takeharu WK-65 D

Barbara,

Please do not sell it. If so the price is approx. U$ 1100!

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