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Yamaha may have started out just making reed organs back in 1887, but it has grown to become one of the world’s largest manufacturers of musical instruments. Thankfully for musicians, acoustic guitars are a part of that group. Designed to accommodate players of all levels, a Yamaha acoustic guitar is the perfect instrument that will enhance your musical journey. Because of its commitment to providing artists with a quality product and superior craftsmanship, Yamaha ensures each and every one its acoustic guitars provides players with a piece they’ll enjoy strumming year after year, and you can be confident it will offer fantastic sound no matter what the genre.

When searching for the ideal acoustic guitar, take the time to consider what sort of features you’d like and what you’re using the instrument for. If folk music is what you’re learning, an impressive entry-level choice is the Yamaha FG700S Folk Acoustic Guitar. Its lightweight design is great for beginners and it holds its tune nicely, offering a rich sound and sustain. The Yamaha 3/4 Scale Folk Guitar is another excellent choice and its small size makes it easy to play, especially for kids.
 
If you play smaller venues and also record in studio, you should look at Yamaha’s L Series LL6 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar. Its spruce body provides you with a good tone response and a wide variety of harmonic ranges, and it’s visually appealing too. Another L Series option that offers powerful and sound and easy playability is the Yamaha LL16-12 12-String Acoustic Guitar. Designed especially for professionals, this traditional jumbo body guitar promises a rich and well-balanced tone when strumming.

Choosing the Yamaha name for your acoustic guitar is one of the best choices you can make for your musical career. There are a variety of options to consider and you’re sure to find one that suits your needs. Just know that whichever acoustic guitar you decide on; you can expect excellence in the acoustics, design and technology that Yamaha is so famous for.