It doesn't have quite as much harmonic sustain as my beloved Guild D50, but it gets surprisingly close for a fraction of the price! It has beautiful MOP inlays, a stunning three-piece back, and it also has an adjustable bridge to lower or raise the action to suit your style of playing.
Ction is currently set for 2.75mm (bass E) / 2.25mm (treble E) at the 12th fret. This WK-200 has clearly been played a lot over the years.
There is a considerable amount. Of nut, fret and fingerboard wear especially on the first three frets (see photo #11), but. This doesn't affect the guitar's playability or sound. It still plays and resonates beautifully and is one of the nicest sounding Kiso Suzuki's I've owned. The finish has chipped off around the sound hole (see photo #12), and there are a few small dings in the spruce top and some surface scratches on the three-piece back, but nothing major.
Most importantly, the guitar is straight and structurally sound, - these Made In Japan models really were built to last! The item "Vintage 1970s TAKEHARU WK-200 (KISO SUZUKI) Acoustic Guitar Made In Japan" is in sale since Sunday, February 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Acoustic Guitars".
The seller is "jabba_0" and is located in Glasgow. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.