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Yamaha Pacifica PAC302S
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the Pacifica series.

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  • carusoagraffecarusoagraffe

    Beautiful and Good

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC302SPublished on 08/16/13 at 03:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Taiwan.
    Maple handle 22.
    beautiful rosewood.
    Micro yamaha telecaster kind.
    a 3-position selector.
    a volume.
    a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Good grip.
    The handle slides well, it does not sting the nose.
    it is a light guitar assé.
    I find the frets a little high, a matter of taste.
    Access in acute is correct.
    the violin is superb.
    The miros are decent.
    It is easy to get a very wide range of sounds.
    This is a guitar that was fun and it clings well.

    SOUNDS

    This is my second is whether it suits my style of play and music.
    all the sounds we get to average distortion, above I do not know.
    I lutilise on a tube amp without effects, it does not need. …
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    Made in Taiwan.
    Maple handle 22.
    beautiful rosewood.
    Micro yamaha telecaster kind.
    a 3-position selector.
    a volume.
    a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Good grip.
    The handle slides well, it does not sting the nose.
    it is a light guitar assé.
    I find the frets a little high, a matter of taste.
    Access in acute is correct.
    the violin is superb.
    The miros are decent.
    It is easy to get a very wide range of sounds.
    This is a guitar that was fun and it clings well.

    SOUNDS

    This is my second is whether it suits my style of play and music.
    all the sounds we get to average distortion, above I do not know.
    I lutilise on a tube amp without effects, it does not need.
    I have several guitars and this guitar is my favorite (I'm talking about the first, see below), I make all my songs on it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In truth I already one for 4 years, there's a long time I wanted to write a review, I just bought another, here is the opportunity to do so.
    The oldest I copied the view that there was at the time and although I took.
    I changed the pickups for Seymour Duncan, mechanical, easel, selector knobs, I put two volumes two tones.
    The change is radical, we go to the high class.
    I have a friend fan of true Telecaster U.S., not made in mexico Mr. authentic, it stings me all the time.
    The second method is more recent and has some differences.
    A lighter sentence.
    The neck is thinner the paint thinner, I find it a little more comfortable.
    On the old serial number begins with the letters MN.
    On the new LK unimportant details.
    I love using vacuum sound is very good and again there is a small difference.
    The sound is clearer on the new hair, it looks like yamaha made my wishes.
    I think this is due to the diference handle finer.
    Anyway this guitar deserves to be better known.
    The rarity occasion can be a sign of quality, I think this is the case.
    I've been playing for 34 years I had a good couple of guitars "good choice", I have tried many, this one sticks to me like a candy wrapper knows why.
    I think if it was a question I do it again this choice.
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  • Anonymous

    Good pick nice surprise

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC302SPublished on 08/15/13 at 05:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian countries ...?
    This is a telecaster shape.
    Yamaha Micro.
    Volume 1.
    Tone 1.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is nice and fast, we would stop over to play.
    It is light, but not too much for me just right.
    Well balanced and with good finish.
    Although mine is a little experienced (gilt patina and some microphones
    stripes) she accuses her great age should turn around 18.
    It feels solid.
    The tuners are not good ones great, they take the deal.
    The fixed bridge style (TV) stands as well, the classic.
    The knobs are very sensitive and thin and rich tones are obtained.
    The violin: then, IT IS TOP! it is a real pleasure, beautiful harmonic and balanced sound on 6 strings,…
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    Asian countries ...?
    This is a telecaster shape.
    Yamaha Micro.
    Volume 1.
    Tone 1.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is nice and fast, we would stop over to play.
    It is light, but not too much for me just right.
    Well balanced and with good finish.
    Although mine is a little experienced (gilt patina and some microphones
    stripes) she accuses her great age should turn around 18.
    It feels solid.
    The tuners are not good ones great, they take the deal.
    The fixed bridge style (TV) stands as well, the classic.
    The knobs are very sensitive and thin and rich tones are obtained.
    The violin: then, IT IS TOP! it is a real pleasure, beautiful harmonic and balanced sound on 6 strings, no takes precedence over the other, it is much the stronger.
    The pickups are good in this price range, I would even say more than adequate for the other most famous sold more expensive models.

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly rock, blues, funk, a bit of hard, ect, its not big, at least for this guitar.
    Very versatile, you get well soon and good sounds.
    Depending on the amp used, the crystal may well treble.
    Of crunches on which we let go easily, until plump sounds, but not too much.
    Metal stop.
    It suits me VERY WELL.
    I use a fender super field XD 70 and a peavey chorus.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had about 6 months, I should have started earlier, but ...
    I just tried a Squier before buying I would not comment on it, or else, nothing really appreciative.
    I have several guitars, ibanez ard top, a Fender Lite Ash, a Cort CEC5.
    I had many other big brand or not.
    I was looking for a small guitar hanging out everywhere, it is won, I can not separate myself.
    What I like least is the gilding.
    The rest is me.
    The value for money, I thought I had paid € 230 can expensive, but given what I've tried in this price range I have no regrets, the violin suggests interesting future opportunities.
    I would do this choice without hesitation.
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