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Yamaha CS100A
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Yamaha CS100A

Nylon String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the C series.

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" A good choice"

Yamaha CS100APublié le 11/02/13 à 06:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in taiwan
Basic Classical Guitar, 3/4
Wide handle and rather late, 19 frets

UTILIZATION

I like the handle, very light guitar!
The sound varies a bit depending on the set of strings, I put a very personal fortified firing
Access to acute is impossible and unnecessary, it's a beginner guitar ....

SOUNDS

Agrees to do his first year of guitar without problem!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for my debut, I rarely get tired!
For a hundred euros, it is almost no risk!
The color is pretty nice, it's a pretty orange. The varnish is quite resistant, it has only one small eclat and two or three stripes!
I love this guitar, it is so easy to play! A warm sound, very nice, a......
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Made in taiwan
Basic Classical Guitar, 3/4
Wide handle and rather late, 19 frets

UTILIZATION

I like the handle, very light guitar!
The sound varies a bit depending on the set of strings, I put a very personal fortified firing
Access to acute is impossible and unnecessary, it's a beginner guitar ....

SOUNDS

Agrees to do his first year of guitar without problem!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for my debut, I rarely get tired!
For a hundred euros, it is almost no risk!
The color is pretty nice, it's a pretty orange. The varnish is quite resistant, it has only one small eclat and two or three stripes!
I love this guitar, it is so easy to play! A warm sound, very nice, a lot of bass.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: CS100A
  • Series: C
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/13/2007

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