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Yamaha SBG1820LTD

Other Shape Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the SG series.

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Following in the footsteps of the SG2000, the SG1820 is redesigned with new body construction designed to give heavy sounds with new finishes and upgraded, pro-spec hardware.

The new SG1820LTD takes the specs of the SG1820 and adds a AAAA flame maple top to make a guitar that has a production run limited to .2011

 

Features

  • Made in Japan
  • African Mahogany body and neck
  • AAAA flame maple top
  • Set-in neck
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Locking Grover machineheads
  • Tusq nut
  • Tonepros bridge and tailpiece
  • Duncan '59 nickel-covered pickups
  • SKB case
  • New finishes: Honey Burst & Charcoal Grey

 

Visit Yamaha for more details.

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