PM-15 Guitars

1998 Tacoma PM-15

Color: Natural, Rating: 9.50, Sold (ID# 02304)
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"Rich Lows and Crisp, Clear Highs Around a Solid Middle Response"


1998 Tacoma PM-15


This absolutely mint 14 3/4 inch wide, 4 7/8 inch-deep, 'classical-style' guitar weighs just 4.20 lbs. X-braced spruce top, mahogany back and sides. Marquetry and white binding on the top, single-ply white binding on the back. 3 7/8 inch diameter sound-hole with eleborate abalone ring. Mahogany neck with a classical nut width of just over 1 3/4  inches, a scale length of 25 3/4 inches and a medium profile. Rosewood faced headstock with individual Gotoh 'Rotomatic' style tuners with oval metal buttons and "Tacoma" inlaid in light tan. Specific-shaped black truss-rod cover secured by three screws. Single-bound rosewood fretboard with 20 jumbo frets and black dot side-markers. Transparent plastic pickguard. Pre-compensated bone bridge saddle on specific-shaped rosewood base with six white pins with pearloid dots. Inside the sound-hole is the Takoma Washington label with the model number "PM-15" and serial number "B0140110" written in black ink. This beautiful one-owner guitar - under the bed for twenty-four years is in near mint (9.25++) condition with just some very minor discoloration to the binding on the back. Housed in the original four-latch, shaped black hardshell case with pale orange plush lining (9.25++). Complete with the original Tacoma Lifetime Plus Warranty hang-tag. This PM-15 is impressive, even amazing when you consider that it costs a lot less than a Taylor or a Martin. This is one really loud guitar, but with an even tonal response; rich lows and crisp, clear highs around a solid middle response.

Tacoma Guitars was an American manufacturing company of musical instruments. It was founded in 1991 as a division of South Korean company Young Chang. Instruments were manufactured in Tacoma, Washington. The company and brand name were later acquired by the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. The Tacoma plant closed, and production ceased, in 2008.

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