Another one for hanging on the wall at the shop. I stole this from my father many years ago. He bought the sucker from new. Unbelievable.
Anyway, it’s a ’75 TK-120, large bodied, dreadnought-esque acoustic, with a cool adjustable bridge and a cool triple-pronged-horn headstock.
Takeharu guitars ran from ’73 to ’79 and were the result of a collaboration between Yamamoto Takeharu and the Kizo Suzuki Violin Company.
Takeharu is a Japanese guitar player and composer who played a large part in the development of popular music in Japan, along with his teacher and trainer Masao Koga, the original pioneer of popular music in Japan.