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Yamaha APX9C

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Yamaha belonging to the APX series.

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" Made for what it is built!"

Yamaha APX9CPublished on 05/03/14 at 07:09
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All technical data are on site. Perfect finish, quality hardware, system and piezo neck so mixed very nice swan.

UTILIZATION

The handle is "modern", with profile C. Above that is slightly V.

My favorite guitar is an Ovation Custom Balladeer venerable purchased almost 77 and fretless today, I had a little trouble to get used to, as the key is flat, thin frets and the profile of the handle end, rather comparable to an electrical. Finally, in use, it proves very comfortable and above all fast.

The pan Venetian cut and well thought heel make easily accessible the higher notes.

The guitar is, like all Yamaha products, particularly well finished (On that side, some U.S. companies......
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All technical data are on site. Perfect finish, quality hardware, system and piezo neck so mixed very nice swan.

UTILIZATION

The handle is "modern", with profile C. Above that is slightly V.

My favorite guitar is an Ovation Custom Balladeer venerable purchased almost 77 and fretless today, I had a little trouble to get used to, as the key is flat, thin frets and the profile of the handle end, rather comparable to an electrical. Finally, in use, it proves very comfortable and above all fast.

The pan Venetian cut and well thought heel make easily accessible the higher notes.

The guitar is, like all Yamaha products, particularly well finished (On that side, some U.S. companies could really take a leaf!), Satin finish with an extra end, pretty binding varnish, and mini jumbo shape is super nice . Featherweight, well balanced, precise mechanical.

SOUNDS

For folk, country, reggae, accompanying voices, arpeggios, strumming, picking the flat, it is the job without being great, provided it is properly amplified. As it is really nice on a good amp, as the narrowness of his body does not dedicate a pure acoustic playing. In other words, projection and its average dry, but it is constructed to be finally amplified.

For my part, I torque to a Marshall 80 Soloist with an equalization between the pedal and the sound is there. Its dual sound system (piezo micro and air), well adjusted, give him a sound quite nice, respecting the nuances of the game it is energy efficient, the 9v battery holds out longer.

Recently, I had the opportunity to test it on a Quilter Micropro 200 (which incidentally is a marvel, electric, acoustic, everything passes and sublime, a true Swiss army knife) and I'm really surprised and impressed with the results, so much so that I quickly larguerai my (too) heavy Marshall to order one in California (no distributor in Gaul).

OVERALL OPINION

It's been four years years that I have, and I do not regret my purchase (used, I would not have bought new ...). Not only is it a beautiful guitar, well finished, nice to play, but on the express condition of using trendy ... she then delivers a credible and balanced sound that goes well in the mix for a tight budget. At home, in pure sound, for the training, she can work and pass without being great, but the "acoustic" pure pass their way.

In short, to sum up, a good solid electro, designed and built for use in electronics. For the pure acoustic, place your hand (and money) and turn you to Martin, Gibson, Guild, Larrivee, Furch, Taylor and for the wealthy or virtuosos of you, Collings, Santa Cruz and Lowden.
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Yamaha APX9CPublished on 12/23/05 at 05:45
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- Guitar japanese but makes Taiwan
- 22 frets
- Easel (normal for an acoustic electric)
- 2-way Micro Systm: a piezo under the bridge and a condenser microphone Arian ajsutable fix the neck of the swan.
3-band EQ + 1 frquences control of medium, volume independent for 2 microphones, phase switch
- Manche nato in touch with bne (very pretty)
(A 9 / 10 because it is not "made in Japan")

UTILIZATION

- The neck is thin, almost like an electric guitar, the fast DePace on the handle are possible.
- ACCS to acute? More accessible you die.
- She is beautiful, it has beautiful shape, it is solid and thin ..... I sleep with.
- The sound is still prcis trs, trs dsaccorde it......
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- Guitar japanese but makes Taiwan
- 22 frets
- Easel (normal for an acoustic electric)
- 2-way Micro Systm: a piezo under the bridge and a condenser microphone Arian ajsutable fix the neck of the swan.
3-band EQ + 1 frquences control of medium, volume independent for 2 microphones, phase switch
- Manche nato in touch with bne (very pretty)
(A 9 / 10 because it is not "made in Japan")

UTILIZATION

- The neck is thin, almost like an electric guitar, the fast DePace on the handle are possible.
- ACCS to acute? More accessible you die.
- She is beautiful, it has beautiful shape, it is solid and thin ..... I sleep with.
- The sound is still prcis trs, trs dsaccorde it little, and all the notes on all the boxes without sounding perfectly curling patant!.

SOUNDS

- This guitar should trs well all the trimmings Pop-Rock, RnB, it can also be used to make beautiful acoustic solos.
- I plugged into an amp fender "acoustic" 50w
- The sound is crystal trs, you can play with the equalizer for sound fatter too, but strength, the sound is precise trs.
- I love his jouabilit, silhouette, SOUND!
Only bad point the condenser microphone is used sparingly under penalty of feedback (even with the blockbuster comes with) and a slight hiss that I noticed when I plugged into the recording console, but it Gnant not. Live, there's no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for six months, on stage and in studio.
What I like most: _son wood (solid spruce)
_sa finish (mechanical dores, BNES of keys, a magnificent rose window)
_the her!
What I like about it: _mes friends who say "it's a yamaha ... it sucks, you should have taken a Taka."

Justemment Ben, I tried several of the Taka equivalent price and ..... well Yamaha wins Largent, thanks finishing "high end" and his irrprochable.

The ratio quality price is unbeatable for a guitar equivalent in other
"Brands" have put at least 1000euros, but good if you are rich .....

Since I am a subscriber of Yamaha guitars, just because of their relationship qualitprix.
What is missing this guitar is the prestige of other brands, that said, the better, like that they will continue to make good guitars prices hyper COMPTITE.
"Yamaha makes good guitars trs, but hush, do not say!
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Yamaha APX9CPublished on 09/29/11 at 15:31
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Japan
flight, high, medium and bass (micro annex in the box)

UTILIZATION

handle correctly

SOUNDS

lean, cold, tasteless. connected or not.

OVERALL OPINION

no soul.
the mine I gave.
nothing to be learned.
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Yamaha APX9CPublished on 02/23/06 at 15:25
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For technical data, everything is dj said here.
Note, there are several finishes (colors) which are all thick and glossy varnish EXCEPT the YNS (yellow natural satin) which has a satin varnish trs end. It is the one that caught my attention (I live, There's less of varnish on an instrument, the better ...)
With the comfort of the neck finish is remarkable.
The guitar is actually manufactures taiwan, having said that the quality (matrial, finishing) is excellent.

UTILIZATION

The handle is similar to that of trs a gibson SG, rounded and enjoyable trs. The frets are well finished and a little wider than the average over an electro, more.
The shape is like mini jumbo, so a......
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For technical data, everything is dj said here.
Note, there are several finishes (colors) which are all thick and glossy varnish EXCEPT the YNS (yellow natural satin) which has a satin varnish trs end. It is the one that caught my attention (I live, There's less of varnish on an instrument, the better ...)
With the comfort of the neck finish is remarkable.
The guitar is actually manufactures taiwan, having said that the quality (matrial, finishing) is excellent.

UTILIZATION

The handle is similar to that of trs a gibson SG, rounded and enjoyable trs. The frets are well finished and a little wider than the average over an electro, more.
The shape is like mini jumbo, so a lightweight dsquilibre (the handle looks a little) but no teacher, on the contrary, as little cash, comfort and grip are perfect.

SOUNDS

It's just that most INTERESTED: the sound! the choice of wood, pickups and pramp make it a great tool modular wish, in ... for electro acoustic sound is a little below, especially the lack of depth and volume, but when we choose this type of guitar is not for the evenings at the campfire ...
Note, the micro Arian does my opinion not much more (which makes the equally INTERESTED apx 7) because the sound becomes a bit messy and the feedback is not expected, but used sparingly it just add some color to the sound.
The rglage supplmentaire of frquence of mdiums Shifts are excellent and really awesome sound.

OVERALL OPINION

When you see the quality of the guitars yamaha (finishing and sound) for their price, there really is not hsiter (especially the apx and cpx, but all is dfendent)

But again, it is rather dedicates to the amplified sound is not a versatile guitar acoustic / electro. (Except for work volume MODR)

A great buy, I would do without this choice problem, and let myself be tempted by any other future yamaha ...
(Ie, no safe, no cover)
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: APX9C
  • Series: APX
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/16/2003

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Other names: apx 9c, apx9 c

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