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12 String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the L series.

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  • chrisbischrisbis

    Yamaha LL16-12Published on 01/20/08 at 08:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Asia ... very well done. The varnish seems a little thick (subjective), but it is clean. Format Dreadnought Yamaha way. The top of the box is a little narrower. The shape is more successful harmony.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not large, not thick, very comfortable for small hands (46 mm near the nut), no cutaway, it is preferable to power. It is light enough, no problem getting started.

    SOUNDS

    Deep tone ... unexpected balance (I feared an acid tone ... the difference to "entry level" of the brand is visible on this, although they defend themselves quite well in their price range). These are solid woods: rosewood (for depth) and Engelmann spruce (softer than Sitk…
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    Made in Asia ... very well done. The varnish seems a little thick (subjective), but it is clean. Format Dreadnought Yamaha way. The top of the box is a little narrower. The shape is more successful harmony.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not large, not thick, very comfortable for small hands (46 mm near the nut), no cutaway, it is preferable to power. It is light enough, no problem getting started.

    SOUNDS

    Deep tone ... unexpected balance (I feared an acid tone ... the difference to "entry level" of the brand is visible on this, although they defend themselves quite well in their price range). These are solid woods: rosewood (for depth) and Engelmann spruce (softer than Sitka). Power is consistent with what is expected of a 12-string, that is to say reduced compared to a 6-string ... but that's all relative ... it has a lot of chest. With this guitar, it was a soul rather Celtic, romantic even ... we are in the beauty.

    OVERALL OPINION

    After four months, I am always enthusiastic. After trying the famous US Guild (three times more expensive) to have loved and abandoned for lack of means to buy, I have a good time desperate to find something I like. I tried it was in the store one day and I was very pleasantly surprised. Nothing is missing, its level and is very balanced, rather soft in nature ... it suits me. For 750 to 790 €, it's serious, including the long term.
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  • vince107vince107

    Amazing

    Yamaha LL16-12Published on 03/18/11 at 23:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China - "handcrafted," says the label

    UTILIZATION

    For me the highlight of this guitar, super nice, it is far from the sleeves to 12 strings of the other loggers.

    SOUNDS

    She has not the power and depth of a Guild (3X more expensive) but the sound is very pleasant, the 12-string sound, lens. without being garish. To play with different types of mediator, the dunlop very flexible way for arpeggios Supertramp Even In The Quietest Moments in tab timber for rhythmic way my sweet Lord.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it for over a year. Unless I can find a Guild with a handle end and also at the same price, I intend to keep it very long, it's solid.
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    Made in China - "handcrafted," says the label

    UTILIZATION

    For me the highlight of this guitar, super nice, it is far from the sleeves to 12 strings of the other loggers.

    SOUNDS

    She has not the power and depth of a Guild (3X more expensive) but the sound is very pleasant, the 12-string sound, lens. without being garish. To play with different types of mediator, the dunlop very flexible way for arpeggios Supertramp Even In The Quietest Moments in tab timber for rhythmic way my sweet Lord.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it for over a year. Unless I can find a Guild with a handle end and also at the same price, I intend to keep it very long, it's solid.
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  • lukilukiluklukilukiluk

    well

    Yamaha LL16-12Published on 03/05/11 at 00:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    hand made, in part at least!
    no electronics.
    8

    UTILIZATION

    The highlight of this 12 string is the handle, almost easy for a 12-string means, ccess to correct acute ...
    the ebony fingerboard, a treat ...
    8

    SOUNDS

    then there something important, does not sound strong character, it's pretty boilerplate, which can be an asset in the mix ... or a weakness!
    this guitar deserves to be played with finesse rather than strength, it seems obvious to me; complex chords out very well, especially if they are played smouth precisely.
    I played a Seagull in comparison with equivalent quality, the sound is playing better expressed in force, nothing to see!
    Try taking a light to s…
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    hand made, in part at least!
    no electronics.
    8

    UTILIZATION

    The highlight of this 12 string is the handle, almost easy for a 12-string means, ccess to correct acute ...
    the ebony fingerboard, a treat ...
    8

    SOUNDS

    then there something important, does not sound strong character, it's pretty boilerplate, which can be an asset in the mix ... or a weakness!
    this guitar deserves to be played with finesse rather than strength, it seems obvious to me; complex chords out very well, especially if they are played smouth precisely.
    I played a Seagull in comparison with equivalent quality, the sound is playing better expressed in force, nothing to see!
    Try taking a light to see, see medium, it could be interesting ...
    8.

    OVERALL OPINION

    a guitar is handmade in Taiwan (cost of labor!), the ratio Q / P is not bad at all, emphasis is placed on the violin since there no electronics.
    8.
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  • ManuM5ManuM5

    sour

    Yamaha LL16-12Published on 10/08/10 at 15:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian manufacturing, but it's Yamaha, very very neat.
    Very beautiful solid wood that require the game to give body to the sound.
    Western classical form Yamaha sauce.
    Difficult to find both in this price range especially since a good quality holster comes with. Channel

    UTILIZATION

    very pleasant, it is closer to a 6-string than a 12 in width, it takes a little application in early.
    Note that the default setting of the guitar is perfect.
    The bars are not as a punishment with some 12 strings.
    It is very good agreement, which is a guarantee of good workmanship and quality materials and materials used. Its very

    SOUNDS

    typed 12 strings, but what I find is a big advantag…
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    Asian manufacturing, but it's Yamaha, very very neat.
    Very beautiful solid wood that require the game to give body to the sound.
    Western classical form Yamaha sauce.
    Difficult to find both in this price range especially since a good quality holster comes with. Channel

    UTILIZATION

    very pleasant, it is closer to a 6-string than a 12 in width, it takes a little application in early.
    Note that the default setting of the guitar is perfect.
    The bars are not as a punishment with some 12 strings.
    It is very good agreement, which is a guarantee of good workmanship and quality materials and materials used. Its very

    SOUNDS

    typed 12 strings, but what I find is a big advantage compared to some I've tried (not to mention Seagull), which sound very chorus, c is to say that it seems that there is a chorus pedal in the guitar. With the Yamaha not, the sound is very right, misses a little heat at first, but it comes with time, especially in the bass.
    The guitar known to be sweet but a little forward, the volume is quite clear therefore it stand space, we hear.

    OVERALL OPINION

    An excellent value that can be fun with a guitar in his charming, with wood while massive, easy to play and great build quality which suggests an improvement of its and durability of the instrument. Value
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