Yamaha has the best reputation for consistent high quality in beginner instruments (Pacifica electric guitar and FG-series acoustics), so I opted for a used made in Japan Yamaha A5R for a great price. Really nice, balanced sound that projects very well. This series in particular pays homage to the first of the Japanese built Yamaha production acoustic guitar model dating back to 1966 – the FG180. I've been trying to get my hands on the FG5/FGX5 to see how much better they are than the FG3/FGX3. Needless to say the A5R will be going back. Unfortunately, it arrived with a detached sound board and had to … The new FG/FS Yamaha Red Label folk guitars – in what seems like almost every release of Yamaha guitars these days – claim to harness the style of classic guitars, with a few modern additions. Yamaha has been making Class-A guitars for years. People just get stuck on a brand name and don't want to admit a Yamaha can sound just as … I prefer the sound of mahogany back and sides over rosewood. Yamaha’s guitar specs reveal they use a pickup and preamp system which they call Atmosfeel™. Atmosfeel employs a three-way sensor setup to … I've been trying out a bunch of Martin, Taylor, Gibson, Larrivee, etc., and the Yamaha's were easily the best, IMO. They are the Buicks in the guitar world. People run from Yamaha guitars because of their name.

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