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Yamaha Pacifica 112V Electric Guitar - Yellow Natural Satin

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  • Body: solid alder
  • Construction: bolt-on
  • Bridge: vintage-style tremolo with block saddles
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Technical Details
Item Weight5 Kg
Product Dimensions121.5 x 45.5 x 10.5 cm
Item model numberPAC112V NATURAL
Colourbeige
Number of Strings6
Country Produced Inindonesia
Size4/4
  
Additional Information
ASINB001C4ZDG4
Best Sellers Rank 38,171 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First Available4 July 2008
  
 

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From the Pacifica Series, this Yamaha PAC112V Electric Guitar really steps it up, offering a solid alder body with pro-level hardware and electronics - an amazing value in its price range. It comes with a classic comfort-contoured body, bolt-on maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, vintage-style vibrato, and 5-way switching of the H-S-S pickup configuration. Other standout features include an Alnico V humbucker with coil-splitting, block saddles, upgraded chrome hardware, and knurled master tone and volume knobs. Case sold separately.

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1x Yamaha PACIFICA 112V, 1x Owner's manual


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I've had my 112 for about 14 years now and regard it as a friend. Have found some unplayable "budget" guitars in the past; quite enjoyed a squire strat, but the neck on my 112 suited my smaller hands better - slimmer, quicker neck. And have enjoyed learning and playing jazz/classical/rock and blues: decent pickup combinations on the 112.

The guitar never gets in the way basically, letting you focus on learning/playing. And pushed through a wah into a modelling amp, there's tones here that are still making me smile (and play) for hours. Very good beginners guitar through to gigging as the person above said. Not a PRS of course, but very very good in my opinion and it is well respected in guitar press. I too found - when I saw it in guitar shop - that the natural finish on the v model stood out for me.
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After many, many years of getting by with bottom-of-the-range guitars I can now afford to go upmarket a little bit. The difference in quality is absolutely amazing. If you have played sub-£100 guitars, save up for one of these and instantly make yourself sound ten times better. They come in all colours, but the natural finish is especially cool.
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I cannot praise this guitar enough. I have been playing guitar for over 13 years, I have owned this guitar for 10 of that. It has a very nice fast and tidy fret board, it is light weight. The choice of pick up combinations are variable enough for many styles and tastes. I have gigged this guitar for the last 2 years and have chosen it over my friends Fender Strat which is 3 times the price. They are robust guitars, the bridge and tremolo bar is adequate for quite vigorous playing styles. Once set up properly it sounds more like a sub 500 pound guitar than a sub 200 quid guitar. I abused one to death by being very cruel to it and I went out the following day to buy another, that one is still taking a lot of abuse. BUY BUY BUY the best 'beginners to advanced' guitar you can buy. Amazing value for you hard earned. Enjoy
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I am not a professional guitarist but a struggling enthusiast and have come to realise that any guitar in the right hands can make the most beautiful of sounds.

Have had this guitar for years, it is the first one that is picked up to practice with and is the one left on the guitar stand whilst the others are in their cases. Lightweight, fast nimble neck, with tones that cover most genres, an excellent guitar on all levels. Settings for silky smooth Jazz and blues to overdriven heavy metal squealy pinch harmonics. It is the one that travels without caution of getting it damaged or being over protective in use, (ie, have a Gibson 355 Antique cherry / gold that I am sure wears out just by looking at it ) used to worry about scratching it. The natural tough finish on this guitar allows concentration on the music and not on its looks, though it holds its own on aesthetics.

Easy to adjust intonation, string height and restring when needed. If you want to learn, jam and practice, this is the guitar to have over other well known makes, it is sweet! This is a great guitar to start and progress with. After all it is not the brand of the guitar that makes a guitarist, at least this one will encourage use and practice.
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Although clearly inspired by the Fender Stratocaster, this isn't a Strat copy: it's a Yamaha Pacifica. The body shape is slightly different, the socket is on the edge rather than the side and the back pick-up works a single-coil with the tone control pushed in, or a humbucker with it pulled out (giving a slightly warmer tone). The action is set low, which makes it easy to play. I get a bit of fret buzz, but that's most likely due to my inexpert playing technique. In any case, I can always raise the action slightly with one of the little allen keys that come with the guitar. My reason for buying this brand and model were that I was very impressed with the price-quality ratio of a Yamaha acoustic guitar I bought recently, and I loved the natural wood look of this particular model. The first one I received had a crackly tone control and very slight damage to the body. There was no problem getting a replacement from the supplier, but it suggests that the quality control where these are made isn't tip-top. Otherwise I'd have given five stars. It's an excellent guitar for the price.
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