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Yamaha FG-340 II
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Other Steel String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the FG series

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  • nouwandanouwanda

    nice surprise

    Yamaha FG-340 IIPublished on 02/12/11 at 06:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar dreadnought shape (rather large)
    Made in asia
    pica table, mahogany box
    yamaha mechanical oil bath (good quality)
    3 guitar part at the back, same color for fg340II and two shades for 340 fg.
    Particulirement guitar seems solid and well assembled.

    USE

    This guitar is very pleasant to play malgrs it is no longer very young: 1979.
    I bought this guitar by curiosity after the opinions of all the excelent amricain websites, well I can tell you that I'm really not !!


    SONORITS

    Here we are! I have this guitar for a week, I have rarely heard a guitar sound so much so brilliant a real rgal! the sound is really deep (although atypical).
    The highs are great, the mdium well…
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    Guitar dreadnought shape (rather large)
    Made in asia
    pica table, mahogany box
    yamaha mechanical oil bath (good quality)
    3 guitar part at the back, same color for fg340II and two shades for 340 fg.
    Particulirement guitar seems solid and well assembled.

    USE

    This guitar is very pleasant to play malgrs it is no longer very young: 1979.
    I bought this guitar by curiosity after the opinions of all the excelent amricain websites, well I can tell you that I'm really not !!


    SONORITS

    Here we are! I have this guitar for a week, I have rarely heard a guitar sound so much so brilliant a real rgal! the sound is really deep (although atypical).
    The highs are great, the mdium well dfinis, bass very correct with little lightweight to be a lack of presence on the E string (just to find fault).
    overall its still really very good!


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I 've possder and try many folks diffrente of qualities and prices, well this guitar outclasses them all, I am the first astonished because this guitar does not have a massive body, I have was lucky to find a good market price and especially in state is very close to the new that is really rare for a guitar about 30 years. If you encounter one of them try c love it!
    C is the basis a copy martin-level design and many very good copy!
    era has this guitar was sold the equivalent of 220 euros but now most of them are sold in 300 to 400 euros, well even if a price is a good c business!
    Conclusion: large solid guitar sound great!
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  • nouwandanouwanda

    Nice surprise

    Yamaha FG-340 IIPublished on 02/12/11 at 06:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dreadnought shaped guitar (rather large)
    Made in Asia
    spruce top, mahogany body
    Mechanical yamaha oil bath (good qualitée)
    3 guitar part at the back of the same color for fg340II and two tints fg 340.
    The guitar seems very solid and well assembled.

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar is very nice to play despite it no longer very young: 1979.
    I bought this guitar out of curiosity after the notice of all U.S. Excellent site, well I can tell you that I'm really not disappointed!
    <div>&nbsp; &nbsp;Comments Velogrowl: beautiful guitar at a very small price just check top has not bowed and raised bridge too much</div>

    SOUNDS

    Here we are! J have this guitar for a week, I had rarely…
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    Dreadnought shaped guitar (rather large)
    Made in Asia
    spruce top, mahogany body
    Mechanical yamaha oil bath (good qualitée)
    3 guitar part at the back of the same color for fg340II and two tints fg 340.
    The guitar seems very solid and well assembled.

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar is very nice to play despite it no longer very young: 1979.
    I bought this guitar out of curiosity after the notice of all U.S. Excellent site, well I can tell you that I'm really not disappointed!
    <div>&nbsp; &nbsp;Comments Velogrowl: beautiful guitar at a very small price just check top has not bowed and raised bridge too much</div>

    SOUNDS

    Here we are! J have this guitar for a week, I had rarely heard a guitar sound so loud so brilliant a real treat! the sound is really deep (although atypical).
    Highs are superb, well-defined medium, low with very little to be correct a slight lack of presence on the E string (just to find fault).
    in all its still really good!


    OVERALL OPINION

    I have many folks of different qualities and prices, and although this guitar outclasses them all, I am the first surprised because this guitar did not have a solid body, I have was lucky to find a cheap price and especially state is very close to the new which is really rare for a guitar that about 30 years. If you bump into one of them try it, seeing is believing!
    C is the base level design a copy of martin, and many very good copy!
    At the time this guitar was sold for the equivalent of 220 euros but now most of them are sold in 300 to 400 euros, and many are sold at a fair price, good business!
    conclusion: great guitar sound to sound great!
    <div>COMMENTS Velogrowl:Sometimes they do have a solid body check it with a mirror inside see if the grain matches top! you might be surprised to find a solid top mine certainly does and she sings!</div>
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