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Yamaha Acoustic Guitars user reviews

  • Yamaha FG820-12

    Yamaha FG820-12 - "A Great Guitar--what a 12-string should be!" has images


    My musical style is one I call "psychedelic Country Gospel. Think of a hybrid of the Eagles, Statler Brothers, and a little bit of John Denver mixed in. I basically strum but I also do some arpeggiated flatpicking along with some hammer-ons. This …

  • Yamaha CG182SF

    Yamaha CG182SF - "Trés bonne Guitare de série"


    Je cherchais une guitare nylon pas spécialement flamenco, mais une guitare qui sonne moderne tout en gardant les dimensions des guitare classiques (notamment le manche). Après en avoir essayé quelques unes mon choix s'est porté sur ce modèle: les aig…

  • Yamaha FG-411-12

    Yamaha FG-411-12 - "Great 12 String"


    I use this guitar for recording and some song writing. mostly playing with my fingers although if I want a big sound I use a plectrum. Solid build with great sound, I prefer the sound to many far more expensive models I have performed alongside. N…

  • Yamaha FG800

    Yamaha FG800 - "The Best Deal in Retail Acoustic Guitars" has images


    The Yamaha FG-800 is Yamaha's upgrade and replacement for the FG-700s, the best selling acoustic guitar of all time. They changed the bracing so it would have deeper bass. Now it sounds more like a Martin and less like a Taylor. I don't think it's…

  • Yamaha FG-200

    Yamaha FG-200 - "On the Nippon Gakki (Japanese made) models"


    I was given this guitar in 1978 due to a badly bent neck, a common problem in all the guitars made in the same factory, probably an unfortunate selection of neck wood. I recommend 10/52 gauge, never tune high, if you use open tunings always go dow…

  • Yamaha FG-180-1

    Yamaha FG-180-1 - "Stop! Good deal!"


    The Yamaha FG-180 is a dreadnought-type Folk guitar with a slim mahogany neck with "boat" profile, almost flat rosewood fingerboard. Mine has the red-orange Nippon Gakki tag, so it's manufactured in Japan. No clue about when it was born, but it certa…

  • Yamaha C70

    Yamaha C70 - "great cheap guitar"


    It's a strong guitar, very durable (I'm still playing with it even though I'm now very experienced). UTILIZATION I used it for absolutely everything, even rock (though you need softer strings for bends and a little twist to reach the +12 frets). N…

  • Yamaha JR2

    Yamaha JR2 - "Nice baby"


    Yamaha is a company that builds pretty inexpensive guitar instruments for the budgeted musician. They're pretty well known for their bass guitars as well as their acoustic guitars. This is there JR to natural series which is based off of the FG serie…

  • Yamaha CS40

    Yamaha CS40 - "Not a bad guitar"


    The Yamaha CS40 classical guitar is a slightly downsized version of their traditional nylon strings, great for beginning players or people who just need something smaller to play on. It features the following: Top Spruce Back & Sides Meranti Nec…

  • Yamaha GL1

    Yamaha GL1 - "So cute."


    The little Yamaha GL-1 Guitalele is a small nylon string guitar that is half sized compared to a normal model. It features a spruce top, nato back, sides and neck, rosewood fretboard, standard classical tuners and bridge and a significantly reduced s…