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Yamaha LL36
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Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the L series.

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  • rogorogo

    Yamaha LL36Published on 01/18/08 at 08:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    NOTICE ON LL26
    Fully massive
    made in japan 14 frets,
    V-neck at nut 44 mm.
    Engelman Spruce
    Indian rosewood box

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant
    no cutaway
    great ergonomics
    sound to die for! (And yet it is new and has never been played for 1 year (stayed in the bag)!
    The guitar will open yet (it will be divine !!!!)
    And the woods? a table in a beautiful epicea Engelman and a massive body in an Indian rosewood to die for! The finishes are excellent (better than some of martins in 3500 dollars) ..
    The LL16 lready was very good (then with the grand LL26 EST). The LL36, there are decorations and more, to love! (Not me)

    SOUNDS

    Super sound:
    nice bass and go…
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    NOTICE ON LL26
    Fully massive
    made in japan 14 frets,
    V-neck at nut 44 mm.
    Engelman Spruce
    Indian rosewood box

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant
    no cutaway
    great ergonomics
    sound to die for! (And yet it is new and has never been played for 1 year (stayed in the bag)!
    The guitar will open yet (it will be divine !!!!)
    And the woods? a table in a beautiful epicea Engelman and a massive body in an Indian rosewood to die for! The finishes are excellent (better than some of martins in 3500 dollars) ..
    The LL16 lready was very good (then with the grand LL26 EST). The LL36, there are decorations and more, to love! (Not me)

    SOUNDS

    Super sound:
    nice bass and good treble (which will also grow stronger with time).
    it's a great guitar!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's better than OM! and a D28!
    It is an ideal format (very similar but not a dreadnough)!
    Finished copy! excellent value for money (<2000 euros)

    In the tradition and continuity of previous models and LL500 LL400 handcrafetd!
    Recommended!
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