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Yamaha C40
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Yamaha C40

Nylon String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the C series.

8 reviews

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"Yamaha C40 Classical Acoustic Guitar"

Yamaha C40Published on 08/18/04 at 15:00
I got the guitar from a local dealer of yamaha guitars. I got it because it sounded really nice a kind of mellow yet strong sound to the strings. I paid £70 for the guitar

The sound is very good. I play flamenco on the guitar and it sounds very good. The quality if the guitar is superb and i cannot find any faults with it. The look of the guitar is also very good. You won't want to put it down!

Not much i dont like. Needs a little tuning once in a while thats about it.

The constructuion of the guitar is very good for the price. The guitar is properly varnished/protected. It doesnt feel very cheap either.

This guitar i would recommend to someone just beginning or someone who wants a......
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I got the guitar from a local dealer of yamaha guitars. I got it because it sounded really nice a kind of mellow yet strong sound to the strings. I paid £70 for the guitar

The sound is very good. I play flamenco on the guitar and it sounds very good. The quality if the guitar is superb and i cannot find any faults with it. The look of the guitar is also very good. You won't want to put it down!

Not much i dont like. Needs a little tuning once in a while thats about it.

The constructuion of the guitar is very good for the price. The guitar is properly varnished/protected. It doesnt feel very cheap either.

This guitar i would recommend to someone just beginning or someone who wants a good guitar just to play around on. It is very good and if you are looking for a nice classical guitar for a cheap price buy this one.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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" a very good guitar to start!"

Yamaha C40Published on 11/13/12 at 11:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
it is made in Indonesia.
the bridge is rosewood, the bottom and sides meranti (a nearby wood of mahogany from the site), the spruce and Nato neck (wood similar to mahogany) rosewood fingerboard 18 frets.

UTILIZATION

I found the handle rather chubby les paul style, it is comfortable and access to treble is good, ergonomics, that of a classical guitar and classical ... more
for her, she's safe!
I could test it milonga in comparison with models from lag much more expensive and there are no pictures, it generates a higher volume and is much more comfortable!

SOUNDS

this is a guitar that is well suited to flamenco, Spanish classical, bossa nova, and what you want ...
I love......
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it is made in Indonesia.
the bridge is rosewood, the bottom and sides meranti (a nearby wood of mahogany from the site), the spruce and Nato neck (wood similar to mahogany) rosewood fingerboard 18 frets.

UTILIZATION

I found the handle rather chubby les paul style, it is comfortable and access to treble is good, ergonomics, that of a classical guitar and classical ... more
for her, she's safe!
I could test it milonga in comparison with models from lag much more expensive and there are no pictures, it generates a higher volume and is much more comfortable!

SOUNDS

this is a guitar that is well suited to flamenco, Spanish classical, bossa nova, and what you want ...
I love the sound of this guitar, there is nothing I hate it in terms of sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought milonga on a whim in 1 quarter of an hour!
I had plenty of time to realize that far exceeds some guitars more expensive and better off in appearance (I'm talking about lag and compared Elypse played in my decision to purchase).
I have had a classic made by a luthier to € 3,000 each in hand, I tested a classic made in marseille, and others like lag TN100 a TN77, a elypse.
what I love most, the big sound, the playability of the neck, sounds really warm, black color which makes class nuances that can be learned, really attractive price (135 €! !), the fact that it is made in Indonesia and not in china, satin black finish on the back of the handle which makes the game even more enjoyable.
what I like least, finish a little sloppy at the body-neck-joint, a few key strokes on the high E string that tune constantly.
the price / quality ratio is incredible sound was incredible with a look that makes "class" and all my students told me she had a beautiful sound and she was pretty, from this point of view there is no doubt ...

if you do not have a big budget (less than 200 €) for the purchase of a classic and you are in a hurry, going to try this beautiful lady and she will reward you well!
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" Nickel"

Yamaha C40Published on 10/24/11 at 05:26
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Top: Spruce

Back & sides: Meranti

Neck: Nato

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Bridge: Rosewood

Scale: 650 mm

Tuners: Chrome

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant ergonomics standard, good sound.

SOUNDS

Good sound, warm enough but lacks a bit in size.

OVERALL OPINION

Super value for money, for one hundred euros was a scratch reliable studies in the correct sound and flawless finish.
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" nickel"

Yamaha C40Published on 10/24/11 at 05:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Top: Spruce

Back & sides: Meranti

Neck: Nato

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Bridge: Rosewood

Scale: 650 mm

Tuners: Chrome

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant ergonomics standard, good sound.

SOUNDS

Good sound, warm enough but lacks a bit in size.

OVERALL OPINION

Super value for money, for one hundred euros was a scratch reliable studies in the correct sound and flawless finish.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: C40
  • Series: C
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/17/2011

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