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  • Yamaha FG720SL

    Yamaha FG720SL - "First Guitar Last Guitar"


    I am older and wanted to learn how to play and my wife purchased it for Christmas. Being Left handed left me limited options and I did my homework and fell upon this particular model for a quality guitar. Now over a decade later it looks and plays a…

  • Yamaha FG820-12

    Yamaha FG820-12 - "A Great Guitar--what a 12-string should be!" has images


    My musical style is one I call "psychedelic Country Gospel. Think of a hybrid of the Eagles, Statler Brothers, and a little bit of John Denver mixed in. I basically strum but I also do some arpeggiated flatpicking along with some hammer-ons. This …

  • Yamaha FG-411-12

    Yamaha FG-411-12 - "Great 12 String"


    I use this guitar for recording and some song writing. mostly playing with my fingers although if I want a big sound I use a plectrum. Solid build with great sound, I prefer the sound to many far more expensive models I have performed alongside. N…

  • Yamaha FG800

    Yamaha FG800 - "The Best Deal in Retail Acoustic Guitars" has images


    The Yamaha FG-800 is Yamaha's upgrade and replacement for the FG-700s, the best selling acoustic guitar of all time. They changed the bracing so it would have deeper bass. Now it sounds more like a Martin and less like a Taylor. I don't think it's…

  • Yamaha FG-200

    Yamaha FG-200 - "On the Nippon Gakki (Japanese made) models"


    I was given this guitar in 1978 due to a badly bent neck, a common problem in all the guitars made in the same factory, probably an unfortunate selection of neck wood. I recommend 10/52 gauge, never tune high, if you use open tunings always go dow…

  • Yamaha FG-180-1

    Yamaha FG-180-1 - "Stop! Good deal!"


    The Yamaha FG-180 is a dreadnought-type Folk guitar with a slim mahogany neck with "boat" profile, almost flat rosewood fingerboard. Mine has the red-orange Nippon Gakki tag, so it's manufactured in Japan. No clue about when it was born, but it certa…

  • Yamaha FG700S

    Yamaha FG700S - "A real workhorse"


    The Yamaha FG700S is one of the standard dreadnought models available to the public. It's priced so that it is within the reach of many beginning and intermediate players. It features a solid sitka spruce top, nato back and sides, rosewood fretboard,…

  • Yamaha FG700S

    Yamaha FG700S - "Best 200 i have spent"


    The Yamaha FG-700 S was the one of the first guitar I ever owned, and I've had it for a long time now. The quality of sound that you get from this guitar is way beyond what you pay for. The action on this guitar is good, and it doesn't come out of tu…

  • Yamaha FG-180-1

    Yamaha FG-180-1 - " My best guitar!"


    Japanese guitar with a neck that is hard to get used to, but it's rewarding! UTILIZATION It's not the easiest guitar, but it's worth it! SOUNDS This guitar is responsible for my music style. OVERALL OPINION I tried 7 guitars of the same model b…

  • Yamaha FG-180-1

    Yamaha FG-180-1 - " good folk guitar"


    A good Japanese folk guitar from the '70s without cutaway nor amplification. UTILIZATION Nice neck, a bit thick for a folk guitar (it was recommended to me for that, because I used to play classical guitar), balanced sound. SOUNDS I use it to pla…