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A choice of body woods, offering distinct tonal characters, allows NCX1200R to offer traditional style that...
Portability, comfort, and inspiring sound.
Features a single cutaway nato (eastern mahogany) body with a solid Sitka Spruce top, rosewood fingerboard and...
The solid Sitka Spruce top and rosewood body are topped with a beautiful high-gloss natural finish. The...
An affordable, dreadnought, acoustic-electric guitar, that provides great sound and playing ease. Learn to...
As the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments, Yamaha is a company that's had a huge impact on the world's stages. While they're most famous for their keyboards and synthesizers, Yamaha also makes an excellent series of acoustic-electric guitars with options for players at every level. When you play a Yamaha guitar, you're playing an instrument backed by well over a century of history in musical instrument building.
An acoustic-electric guitar is undeniably the most versatile type of guitar that you can play. That's because you have the flexibility to play it however you want. The built-in pickups and electronics of an acoustic-electric guitar allow you to connect it directly to a sound system without the need for a microphone, while its full-sized sound chamber works just like any standard acoustic guitar when it's unplugged. This means that you can play it un-amplified in a small venue, plug it into an amp to project rich acoustic tones to a larger space, or even install a mute and hook up your favorite effects pedals to use it like an electric guitar.
If you're a professional recording artist, take a look at the Yamaha LJX26CP Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar. This high-end handcrafted model has a solid Engleman spruce top and rosewood back, as well as on-board electronics that take advantage of Yamaha's technological expertise with their "Studio Response Technology" system. If you're a novice looking for an affordable and well-built guitar, check out the F-series models and the APX500II—Yamaha has always been well-known for making high-quality beginner instruments, and these guitars definitely deliver. Between the LJX and all of the beginner guitars, Yamaha also makes a huge selection of intermediate-level instruments, so there's a guitar here for any player.
From the big sound of the A-series dreadnoughts to the space-age versatility of the SLG110S silent guitar, the only things more diverse than Yamaha's range of instruments are the artists who play them. With a brand new Yamaha acoustic-electric guitar on your stand, you'll be able to count yourself as one of those satisfied musicians.
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