Yamaha F370 Full Size Acoustic Guitar - Black
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Yamaha is the largest Musical Instrument manufacturer in the world.2012/13 sees Yamaha's 125th birthday.125 years of making quality musical instruments.
Widely acknowledged for the high quality and consistency across a wide range of instruments, from entry level to high-end.Yamaha is widely recognized as the choice of musical instrument for students and teachers. Yamaha instruments are used throughout the world by beginners and pro musicians alike.
- Renowned quality. - Widely recommended. - Product ranges suitable for all budgets, musical abilities and styles.
Yamaha's reputation for quality ensures that the F370 produces a big tone with plenty of sustain as well as being easy to play. The F370 offers the same focus on quality, design and sound as all Yamaha acoustics and puts it in an incredibly affordable package. Specifically designed to be kinder to finger tips, with a little less tension in the strings without loss of tone. The straight neck, slightly shortened scale-length and perfect frets mean this guitar is ideal for beginners.
Using select tonewoods and stable, reliable hardware the guitar features a spruce top, and has nato back, sides and neck to give a well balanced tone which is bright and responsive. Yamaha’s legendary quality control ensures that the guitar is setup to the same spec as our professional models and offers an outstanding playing experience.
Spec:Strings Scale: 634 mm (25")Body Depth: 96-116 mm (3 3/4"-4 9/16")Finger Board Width (Nut/Body): 43 mm (1 11/16")Tuners: Die-cast chromeTop: SpruceBack: NatoSide/Rib: NatoNeck: NatoFinger Board: RosewoodBridge: Rosewood
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Friends recommended the Yamaha, and I have not been disappointed.
The workmanship is top notch, the playing action is just right for me, and it sounds terrific.
I tried out a couple of expensive accoustics (Fender/Gibson) in a local music shop, and the Yamaha compares very favourably at a fraction of the price.
Only problem now is sore fingers - I'm sure they'll harden up soon though!
The delivery was super fast but the guitar was loose in a box contained within another box. It was banging from side to side. When i opened the inner box the guitar was wrapped in a thin foam cover and i discovered 3 dents clearly visible on the sound board which was very disappointing.
Overall a great instrument but be prepared for an unpleasant surprise when you open the box due to the packaging.
Sometime in around 2004 I attempt to kick-start my learning and traded that for an electro-acoustic (make not well known) and also never got round to buying an amp. That guitar looked better but didn't sound better so ultimately I gave up, as my attempts at playing reduced to an average of once every six months.
However my interest in music has been re-ignited, both from a listening perspective and now from a learn to playing perspective.
So I thought I would try again. Not wanting to make the same mistake with buying too cheaply this time I though I would start by something that was a little bit further up the quality and price scale but without going over the top (my playing is not up to a top end guitar).
Reading reviews I almost bought the Yamaha F310, for added insurance I plumped for the more expensive F370.
In black it looks the business and also sounds better than anything I had bought before (even to my ear). I've had it for a week now and am averaging an hour a day.
With the aide of You Tube I am also beginning to pick material up related to playing my kind of music much easier pre-Internet days back in 1994.
So, the quality of the guitar is at the level I wanted, it looks good enough to be on a stand in the living room and I am certainly enjoying thrashing out some chords and a little bit of picking on it. Who knows I might actually get somewhere this time round!
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