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Yamaha F370
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Yamaha F370

Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the F series.

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ZUPOP ZUPOP

«  Very good guitar »

Publié le 09/12/10 à 02:03
no microphone is a purely acoustic guitar.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is very nice and the handle is very agréable.On get a good sound (I suggest you scrape enough near the bridge) it makes a better sound!

access to acute (acoustic guitar so access is possible but not the fingers of babies! Its a folk so we will not play on the 22nd!

SOUNDS

my style of music is rather hard ... So I'd guitar with electric! Otherwise she would agree to play melodies perfectly clean (Kryptonite.. One .. Welcome home ..) Or like wonderwall music ect ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months she has never disappointed! This is my first guitar and is perfect for beginners! Value for money 10/10!

disadvantage it scratches easily (ask the mediator to avoid disappointed then fair glisserpour resume!)

advantage: the varnish is very resistant.
TO BUY ON THE IS 150 to 200euro YAMAHA perfect bravo!
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