This is a vintage 1982 Takamine F-379 acoustic guitar. This particular example, serial number 82011402, is in very excellent (9+) condition and is one of the rare lawsuit guitars found in the ’80s. This example has recently had a $150 set up by David Neely and plays amazingly.
The Takamine F-379 features a dreadnought style body shape with solid Koa top, back and sides. The solid Koa body gives it a very rich and warm sound similar to that of a Martin D28 (Koa), which clearly inspired the F-379. Also featured is a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, Grover style Kaman tuners by Takamine, and a very rich walnut finish.
As mentioned, this particular example is in very excellent condition. The only signs of wear are a few dings on the front of the guitar. There is no visible wear on the neck, no belt buckle wear, no fret wear, in other words it’s almost mint.