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Yamaha Pacifica PAC112XJ
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the Pacifica series.

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  • Sm1rn0ffSm1rn0ff

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC112XJPublished on 04/03/06 at 04:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    _guitare stratocaster, two microphones and a simple double in bridge, 5-way switch, 1 volume knob and a button Tone Bolt and alder body
    _22 Frets, pickups versatile enough

    the humbucker goes well with the distortion and other sound good (light)
    the vibrato does not tune too

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable
    access to acute bof
    ms is a good very good guitar for beginners

    SOUNDS

    Personally I play metal bcp so I used almost double that of the microphone, I met a lot

    OVERALL OPINION

    What has mieu for beginners and is nice ^ ^
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    _guitare stratocaster, two microphones and a simple double in bridge, 5-way switch, 1 volume knob and a button Tone Bolt and alder body
    _22 Frets, pickups versatile enough

    the humbucker goes well with the distortion and other sound good (light)
    the vibrato does not tune too

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable
    access to acute bof
    ms is a good very good guitar for beginners

    SOUNDS

    Personally I play metal bcp so I used almost double that of the microphone, I met a lot

    OVERALL OPINION

    What has mieu for beginners and is nice ^ ^
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  • †léo††léo†

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC112XJPublished on 01/20/08 at 09:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Orgine country? Watch the brand name, banana!
    There are 22 freight, I think.
    There are two simple microphones, a double.5 positions so with knob for volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, yes. Access to treble is fairly easy. The ergonomics are good. Personally, I get easily a good sound!

    SOUNDS

    Voila, you're there.
    I have this guitar for three years, and as I keep the dosh to buy a lamp, I'm not going to change. And for good reason! This guitar is far from being a drag!
    I have very good sound with. Intermediate position the microphone, it slams super! Before last in country, it's like in Texas. A slamming so well, and not bad in the crunch. I do not …
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    Orgine country? Watch the brand name, banana!
    There are 22 freight, I think.
    There are two simple microphones, a double.5 positions so with knob for volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, yes. Access to treble is fairly easy. The ergonomics are good. Personally, I get easily a good sound!

    SOUNDS

    Voila, you're there.
    I have this guitar for three years, and as I keep the dosh to buy a lamp, I'm not going to change. And for good reason! This guitar is far from being a drag!
    I have very good sound with. Intermediate position the microphone, it slams super! Before last in country, it's like in Texas. A slamming so well, and not bad in the crunch. I do not play metal, I can not say more.
    Frankly, I love this guitar for the price

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for three years, and for a much longer bbout. Yes, I would make the same choice, to get started is really the ultimate most ultra! Do not take shit Squier style, you change it after a year! The value for money is really honest, given the different sound pallette that I can draw!
    I already had a flute and a console, well I'm happy with the guitar: D
    (Missing is the bike)
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  • karltomkarltom

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC112XJPublished on 10/21/09 at 08:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Strat-shaped guitar to the exact technical characteristics refer to the Yamaha site or at various retail sites online.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel to play nice and overall very good ergonomics. Access to acute is easy and the sound is very good. A slight tightening of the bridge may however be necessary to prevent certain strings do curl.

    SOUNDS

    The original pickups are good but can be a little lacking in personality. For my part I use mostly single microphone, a Fender Frontman 15G for pop / rock. Knob level tone, it is almost fully to the treble.
    The pickups have been upgraded after a year of GFS vintage (70 € in total) in, and benefit to shield the interior copper tape, e…
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    Strat-shaped guitar to the exact technical characteristics refer to the Yamaha site or at various retail sites online.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel to play nice and overall very good ergonomics. Access to acute is easy and the sound is very good. A slight tightening of the bridge may however be necessary to prevent certain strings do curl.

    SOUNDS

    The original pickups are good but can be a little lacking in personality. For my part I use mostly single microphone, a Fender Frontman 15G for pop / rock. Knob level tone, it is almost fully to the treble.
    The pickups have been upgraded after a year of GFS vintage (70 € in total) in, and benefit to shield the interior copper tape, eliminating the very slight hiss that could be starting with the volume knob maximum.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and I am fully satisfied. The price / quality ratio is excellent, especially for beginners.
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