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Yamaha CG201S Classical Guitar
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The CG201S delivers excellent tonal balance with its improved wood and finish. A thinner neck provides extended comfort and playability. Solid Europe...Read More
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A classy classical for an affordable price.
The CG201S delivers excellent tonal balance with its improved wood and finish. A thinner neck provides extended comfort and playability. Solid European spruce top. Solid mahogany back and sides. Nato neck. Ebony fretboard. Rosewood bridge. 19 frets. Gold hardware.
- Solid European spruce top
- Solid mahogany back and sides
- Nato neck
- Ebony fretboard
- Rosewood bridge
- 19 frets
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Out of the box good sound and great workmanshipin a moderately priced all solid wood guitar. The cheapest part of the guitar is the plastic nut and saddle but it sounds gooe even with them.Action is acceptable for me, maybe a little on the high side which is okay for classical guitars. The intonation was right on. Extremely well balanced tonally helped by the (mahogany) sapele back and sides. For the price, this one's a keeper.
I got this guitar a year ago and I've been moderately satisfied with it. First, you have to tie the strings. Second, the neck is wider than normal. Yea I know they say thinnner neck but thats thinner neck for a classical guitar. I think that it was made very nicely because I've banged it up very bad and I still can't see one scratch. Also, the nylon strings make it so that you dont get caluses. Moderately good guitar but I would recommend waiting until you can afford a brand you know your getting something good such as a Takamine or Taylour.
Great!..All solid wood guitar. European Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides. Rosewood bridge, Ebony fretboard, and Nato neck. Won't find anything like it at this price range. Other guitars use ussually laminated woods instead of solid. Really bright instrument.. If your looking for something mellow look somewhere else.