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Yamaha

Yamaha
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Reviews Yamaha

Yamaha MOXF6 Review

Changing of the Guard Incorporating most of the sound engine of the Motif XF, the MOXF aims to redefine the standard of mid-range workstations. A sound change? read more…

Yamaha F370 Review

Folk in Tune We took this new, inexpensive dreadnaught from Yamaha for a test drive. Here's what we found. read more…

Yamaha FS740SFM Review

The Little One With a Big Voice The sun is shining and the air is warm. Nice weather to sit down on the terrace, open the cardboard box and there it is... It's small, it's new and it's beautiful! Its half-jumbo size in vintage sunburst finish recalls the Gibson LG01 from the 50's and 60's, clandestine bars, cigar smoke, and blues players. It's time to stop staring at it and put my hands on it. read more…

User reviews on Yamaha products

Still have it after 15 years. (ERG121)

By David Staples, 25/03/2019
This was my first guitar and I still love it.
I've been playing off and on (mostly off) for 15 years. I would never sell it. Not only because of nostalgia but because it's basically a great beginner's guitar. There are a lot of dents in the top and the side, and I'm not sure what kind of veneer they use but I've yet to see bare wood (I mean, 1-2mm deep dents).
I bought it from the local music store and they included a hard case.
Still in love with it.
Someone mentioned fret buzz, especially on the E string. Yeah, that's a problem but I think I fixed it by adjusting the neck tension, by letting it off ever so slightly.
A proper set up from your local music store might help.
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You can't be wrong with it (SA2200)

By Ogita, 01/05/2019
Yamaha SA2200 is definitely one of the best semi-hollow body guitars in the market. It does not matter where one starts, from the production perspective, i.e. technology, materials, labour, or from the guitar players' perspective, it is very, very hard for other brands to bid this one - made in Japan by Yamaha. The finish is flawless and electronics are uncomplainable. Wood and materials are of a high quality grade similar to those used by Gibson to make their ES models. I have not found any issue with the structure of the guitar. Yamaha uses ebony to make fretboards for the SA model and more expensive guitars. It gives more high ends, more crunchy sounds and more sustain. Gibson uses rosewood that gives more low ends and warmth. Tone is a personal preference. However, using the tone control knob with Push-Pull Coil Split, I can produce sounds that are more similar to a Fender Strat. Ebony is denser and harder hence more solid and durable than rosewood. The feel is so smooth and very comfortable when playing the guitar the first time. Surprisingly, Yamaha SA2200 has a much lower price than Gibson ES models. So if I had to choose between Yamaha SA2200 and a Gibson ES as free gift, I would take the Gibson then sell it to buy the Yamaha.
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News Yamaha

[NAMM] Yamaha unveils DGX-660 portable grand

Published on 01/24/16
Yamaha presents the DGX-660, a 88-key portable digital piano.

[NAMM] [VIDEO] Yamaha Montage

Published on 01/22/16

Yamaha launches Soundmondo

Published on 01/12/16

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