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  • MGR/Stijn De RouckMGR/Stijn De Rouck

    Yamaha F-340

    Yamaha F-340Published on 07/10/03 at 15:00
    Hi, I live in belgium and I bought this guitar (it was also mi first) for about 250 € thats almost equal to 250 $ in 2001

    I like the sound, the building and the neck lays good in the hands.

    I don't like de fact when you play barre chords they sound a bit muted but when you put more pressure on the chord it sounds al ready better and sometimes the tuning wont hold.

    It's first class building!

    Don't mind the dislikes, its a pretty good guitar and I have it for 2 years now and i still love it!
    It's a good starters-guitar!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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    Hi, I live in belgium and I bought this guitar (it was also mi first) for about 250 € thats almost equal to 250 $ in 2001

    I like the sound, the building and the neck lays good in the hands.

    I don't like de fact when you play barre chords they sound a bit muted but when you put more pressure on the chord it sounds al ready better and sometimes the tuning wont hold.

    It's first class building!

    Don't mind the dislikes, its a pretty good guitar and I have it for 2 years now and i still love it!
    It's a good starters-guitar!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/DvdMGR/Dvd

    Yamaha F-340 Acoustic Guitar

    Yamaha F-340Published on 02/20/02 at 15:00
    I live in Dubai,U.A.E.(gulf country),and I got this (my first guitar) for around 200 dollars.

    It look's quite alright. Has a good sound and resonance.The action is quite low.The strings that came with it lasted quite long and the tune stays for a long time.

    I don't think it has any faults for it's price range. And also it gets some fretbuzz when you play it sometimes.

    It has a tough body and though it has fallen once or twice it hasnt got dented or chipped.

    A good guitar for it's price range and great for a newcomer to the guitar world.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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    I live in Dubai,U.A.E.(gulf country),and I got this (my first guitar) for around 200 dollars.

    It look's quite alright. Has a good sound and resonance.The action is quite low.The strings that came with it lasted quite long and the tune stays for a long time.

    I don't think it has any faults for it's price range. And also it gets some fretbuzz when you play it sometimes.

    It has a tough body and though it has fallen once or twice it hasnt got dented or chipped.

    A good guitar for it's price range and great for a newcomer to the guitar world.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Elias de KelewichElias de Kelewich

    Yamaha F-340Published on 08/01/06 at 06:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Indonesia: the finish is of good quality, the varnish a little drool at the junction of the handle but nothing too serious

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    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is nice, not too thick, the action is very good.
    - Concerning access to acute: there is no slant as often in this kind of guitar ... if someone comes to play beyond the 12th fret that make me a sign :-)

    SOUNDS

    - Sound is completely honest in agreements: While lacking some serious and media predominate but often there is also the case of instruments of this price
    - Arpeggios in the sound is muffled, the attack must be more open, including picking. Fair use in this ... a shame

    OVER…
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    - Made in Indonesia: the finish is of good quality, the varnish a little drool at the junction of the handle but nothing too serious

    - For more details:



    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is nice, not too thick, the action is very good.
    - Concerning access to acute: there is no slant as often in this kind of guitar ... if someone comes to play beyond the 12th fret that make me a sign :-)

    SOUNDS

    - Sound is completely honest in agreements: While lacking some serious and media predominate but often there is also the case of instruments of this price
    - Arpeggios in the sound is muffled, the attack must be more open, including picking. Fair use in this ... a shame

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month. I was looking for a cheap acoustic to carry around everywhere. I paid 160 euros and for that price I do not regret my purchase: it is quite playable, perfect for a beginner, who will find this an affordable decent sounding and will not break the fingers of one action 3km from the sleeve. Yamaha instrument delivers a quality / price ratio unstoppable.
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