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Yamaha SBG3000

Other Shape Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the SBG series.

The Yamaha SBG3000 solid-body electric guitar was designed to commemorate the 40th year that Yamaha began selling guitars in the United States.


Yamaha is issuing only 40 of these limited edition collector's items, a model that has never before been available in this country. Each guitar is serialized and comes with a special glass display case (a $400 value).

The SBG3000 is said to be individually handcrafted by skilled master luthiers at the famed Yamaha Music Craft in Hamamatsu, Japan, the company's elite workshop responsible for producing Yamaha's handcrafted acoustic guitars and custom instruments.

Yamaha says aficionados will appreciate the neck-through body construction, designed to helpcreate the SBG3000's "amazing sustain and tone." The SBG3000 also features a premium carved Maple top over a Maple/Mahogany body and high-grade Ebony fretboard over select Maple/Mahogany neck.

For more information, visit their web site at www.yamaha.com.
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