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  • Excellent small electro-acoustic guitar travel

    Yamaha APX-T2Published on 06/29/13 at 01:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Indonesia
    Spruce
    Meranti back and sides
    Nato neck
    Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Body Depth: 65 - 75 mm
    Scale: 580 mm
    Width at nut: 43 mm
    21 frets
    Open Chrome mechanical
    System 68 - (integrated volume and tone tuner)
    Case included

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice with cut. It is quite short but 580 mm wide enough for a comfortable game (easier than Martin LX1).
    The format recalls the APX but is designed for travel.
    What is surprising is that it does not sound like a ukulele. Given the small size, the sound is pretty amazing, very clear and balanced. Obviously this lack of bass, but it is also a choice for the place and transport.

    SOUNDS

    One advantage is its......
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    Indonesia
    Spruce
    Meranti back and sides
    Nato neck
    Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Body Depth: 65 - 75 mm
    Scale: 580 mm
    Width at nut: 43 mm
    21 frets
    Open Chrome mechanical
    System 68 - (integrated volume and tone tuner)
    Case included

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice with cut. It is quite short but 580 mm wide enough for a comfortable game (easier than Martin LX1).
    The format recalls the APX but is designed for travel.
    What is surprising is that it does not sound like a ukulele. Given the small size, the sound is pretty amazing, very clear and balanced. Obviously this lack of bass, but it is also a choice for the place and transport.

    SOUNDS

    One advantage is its pre-amp, very effective and convenient.

    With a small amp travel, this is the perfect portable configuration. I added THR5A of the same brand (which also acts as a USB audio interface) and here I am out on the road and motorcycle ... Anyway very convenient.
    I also use it with an AER Compact 60 or directly on the table ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few days and frankly this guitar is very well designed. When you think that Martin is LX1E 2.5x more expensive, just more efficient. I also owned one but I sold it because I was moving me.

    I also tried a Cort, Washburn, Taylor but I prefer the small Yam, in relation to its size, quality and price. Remains to try the Tanglewood .. ?

    Yamaha guitar will satisfy all travelers. The value for money is excellent.
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