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Yamaha CG111S
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Nylon String Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the CG series.

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  • Yamaha CG111SPublished on 11/04/06 at 09:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Top: Solid spruce
    Back & Sides: Nato
    Neck: Nato
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    Scale: 650 mm
    Tuners: Chrome
    Finish: Natural

    UTILIZATION

    Channel nice, round properly.
    Pretty-pretty, very light and very strong (mine was 100 times of bumping into walls and it is almost like new!)
    -The sound is very good (I santana hight tension of the strings)
    -Access to acute is difficult and becomes almost impossible frets from a 13 or 14 (as on many a classic pan uncut) the strings are a bit too farre the handle but its easily adjusted with the tuning fork Planing ( what I did).
    -The handle is wide enough to put the agreements fairly easily but not too much to make a......
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    Top: Solid spruce
    Back & Sides: Nato
    Neck: Nato
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    Scale: 650 mm
    Tuners: Chrome
    Finish: Natural

    UTILIZATION

    Channel nice, round properly.
    Pretty-pretty, very light and very strong (mine was 100 times of bumping into walls and it is almost like new!)
    -The sound is very good (I santana hight tension of the strings)
    -Access to acute is difficult and becomes almost impossible frets from a 13 or 14 (as on many a classic pan uncut) the strings are a bit too farre the handle but its easily adjusted with the tuning fork Planing ( what I did).
    -The handle is wide enough to put the agreements fairly easily but not too much to make a proper blocked

    SOUNDS

    It is nickel-to the classical genre play games banned or bullshit like her, versatile and well in general.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Price / quality ratio very good, as strong as having a good sound, very plyvalente short, very well!
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  • Yamaha CG111SPublished on 12/03/06 at 14:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Top: Solid spruce (111S) or solid cedar (111C)
    Back & Sides: Nato
    Neck: Nato
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    Scale: 650 mm
    Tuners: Chrome
    Finish: Natural

    UTILIZATION

    While the handle is nice is it slips easily over
    but it is true that from the 12th fret it becomes almost impossible to play.
    it is light the sound is good
    but it is not easy to get a good strikethrough

    SOUNDS

    So I play with the classic rock without problem (it's on if you want played for the electrical area is not the same) has a good sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year since I have I am very satisfied it is super resistant to shock
    I've never had a problem with color and more......
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    Top: Solid spruce (111S) or solid cedar (111C)
    Back & Sides: Nato
    Neck: Nato
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    Scale: 650 mm
    Tuners: Chrome
    Finish: Natural

    UTILIZATION

    While the handle is nice is it slips easily over
    but it is true that from the 12th fret it becomes almost impossible to play.
    it is light the sound is good
    but it is not easy to get a good strikethrough

    SOUNDS

    So I play with the classic rock without problem (it's on if you want played for the electrical area is not the same) has a good sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year since I have I am very satisfied it is super resistant to shock
    I've never had a problem with color and more like his sound
    value for money is excellent
    but I think with experience I turned over to a more upscale model

    I counsel all who want a good Grat 'for cheap
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