It's a strong guitar, very durable (I'm still playing with it even though I'm now very experienced).
I used it for absolutely everything, even rock (though you need softer strings for bends and a little twist to reach the +12 frets). Now I play percussive acoustic guitar and it does fine, the body isn't giant, which is another plus.
The sound was absolutely amazing when i first bought it, really loud and durable. After a year however a buzz appeared, which lasted up to 6 months and was really annoying but then the great sound returned. The woods are fine and very strong. You may do different sounds with different parts of the guitar.
Great guitar, especially as a first one. It'll gradually become a second guitar but the sound, the price, and the durability are great. Careful though for a little hitch in the finitions.
This unit I bought was because there where not many guitar options to buy from. I live in Honduras, maybe I have seen only 10 guitar models in sale. So this one was the one I think was the best for me, and my budget. I paid 1800 Lempiras, which is like $105 usd. I would never have bought this, I just did because I was a newbie, and it said "Yamaha" in it.
The looks is very regular. Natural finish. The playability is ok, any newbie could learn easily with this guitar. Sound is not the best, it sounds good, but not loud enough. It is a nylon string. 6 strings. 3/4 scale size guitar. The width of the neck at the nut is around 1 14/16.
I don't like its sound. Its sound is too low. It would not get to every corner on a average person room size.
The quality is ok. It's definitely not the best wood, specially for a $105 guitar bought in Honduras, they probably bought it for $40 or less and resold it at $105 because there are not many shops selling guitars here. The guitar is too light compared to my other friend's guitars.
I would never buy a yamaha again due to this experience. Specially the c-40 and c-70. I tried both, they are around the same guitar and same price. Though, I do recommend it for newbies with low budget, because of its price and playability. But if you can afford 1 good guitar, I rather that, than 2 lame guitars.
Back and wicker covers: Mranti
Scale: 650 mm
This guitar has a quick start, personally I quickly move forward with the Great. each access to acute'm not comfortable (the most Abile iron until the 12th fret no more)
The sound is good, especially the bass. in terms of acute further down on the handle the more you lose in quality has nothing to complain ca
This guitar is solid
It's been a year since I have the. this is my first guitar but I had to OCASI esaiyer else and I do not regret this purchase. I think this guitar is ideal for beginners with little more to ruin this after 2 or 3 months of use it does not move
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