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Yamaha CGS102A 1/2-Size Classical Guitar
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The CGS102A Classical Guitar is a great 1/2 size instrument for students learning to play. The Yamaha guitar features a spruce top, meranti back and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A great introductory instrument for classical guitar students at an affordable price.
The CGS102A Classical Guitar is a great 1/2 size instrument for students learning to play. The Yamaha guitar features a spruce top, meranti back and sides, a nato neck, and a rosewood bridge and fingerboard.
- Body depth: 3.15"“3.3"
- Scale length: 21"
- Fingerboard width (Nut/Body): 1.9"
- Top: Spruce
- Back: Meranti
- Sides: Meranti
- Neck: Nato
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood
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Needed a travel/camping/beach guitar. I play classical, flamenco, Jazz. Started with a martin bagpacker but could only find it with steel strings and wreaked havoc on my nails. Traded it in for this little beauty which, is a hundred dollars cheaper than the martin I might add. I immediately fell in love with it, not only does it go everywhere with me, but I play it at home a lot. Its quite attractive and for the money.....I think the sound is amazin!
The Yamaha CGS102A 1/2-Size Classical Guitar has proven over the years to be a reliable starter guitar for young students. This model is easy to play, easy to tune and produces a pleasant, full tone for such a small sized instrument.
Would not purchase this guitar, spend $200 and get the better yamaha.
Guitar was not as nice as I thought it would be concidering I just purchased the smaller but better quality guitalele for the same price.
Strings were buzzing or rattling when certain notes were played. Could not determine if this was fret contact or just something rattling with certain frequencies.