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Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the FG series

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  • SGT. YSGT. Y

    First Guitar Last Guitar

    Yamaha FG720SLPublished on 12/31/19 at 20:24
    I am older and wanted to learn how to play and my wife purchased it for Christmas. Being Left handed left me limited options and I did my homework and fell upon this particular model for a quality guitar. Now over a decade later it looks and plays as good as the first day I unboxed it. I was told that the sound bars are a weakness in lower end acoustics but Yamaha did a great job in designing and assembling it. No issues or problems and hold tune very well. Just minor adjustments for humidity, I have restrung many times experimenting with different materials and gauges and it is able to conform to the many sounds I brought upon it. It will be with me for the rest of my life and I am n…
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    I am older and wanted to learn how to play and my wife purchased it for Christmas. Being Left handed left me limited options and I did my homework and fell upon this particular model for a quality guitar. Now over a decade later it looks and plays as good as the first day I unboxed it. I was told that the sound bars are a weakness in lower end acoustics but Yamaha did a great job in designing and assembling it. No issues or problems and hold tune very well. Just minor adjustments for humidity, I have restrung many times experimenting with different materials and gauges and it is able to conform to the many sounds I brought upon it. It will be with me for the rest of my life and I am not looking to ever replace it.
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  • suscrofasuscrofa

    Good guitar with excellent sound projection

    Yamaha FG720SLPublished on 01/20/11 at 14:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    * Which country was it made?
    Indonesia

    * How many frets?
    20; join up with the cash from the 14th fret

    * What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    No, because it is a sound pure and hard!

    * What type of neck?
    In palissancre



    UTILIZATION

    * The handle is it nice?
    The finish makes the sliding sleeve, and his section is good and allows quick and accurate disjointed

    * Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?
    Not beyond the 14th fret, because the body is not cutaway, but it does strike me no pleasure!
    * Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    Dreadnought shape is a bit special because it is quite flared: the rear is wider than the front of …
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    * Which country was it made?
    Indonesia

    * How many frets?
    20; join up with the cash from the 14th fret

    * What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    No, because it is a sound pure and hard!

    * What type of neck?
    In palissancre



    UTILIZATION

    * The handle is it nice?
    The finish makes the sliding sleeve, and his section is good and allows quick and accurate disjointed

    * Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?
    Not beyond the 14th fret, because the body is not cutaway, but it does strike me no pleasure!
    * Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    Dreadnought shape is a bit special because it is quite flared: the rear is wider than the front of the body which can complicate a bit if you play on a sofa, for example ...
    * Gets it easy to sound good? ...
    Oh yes! It's coming out on his own without torturing the instrument! Happiness for the ears!
    *

    SOUNDS

    They suitable for your style of music?
    I play mostly pop (head, beatles, pink floyd, stones), and it sounds!

    * What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    The guitar has excellent sound projection. She has a bright sound, chattering. The barre sound great, and the sustain is more than correct for a sound


    OVERALL OPINION

    * For how long have you been using it?
    About 1 month

    * What thing do you like most/least about it?
    We feel that the guitar is well finished, it feels sturdy, and it sounds like an instrument designed intelligently.
    On the aesthetic point of view, I found the polish of the box a bit too bright for my taste, but that's tastes and colors ...

    * Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Ben is left handed, too. But compared with 4-5 other I have had the hands is really one of the best on which I played

    * What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Excellent, especially for having bought second hand € 140 when she was almost never played (no patina or traces of any kind on any instrument!)

    * Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    Vui 5 times!
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