Yamaha Pacifica Series in general Reviews
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Customer Yamaha Pacifica Series in general Reviews (10)
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
My mum and dad bought me my Pacifica when I was about 14 years old. It was to be a stepping stone for me. My teenage delusions of being a rock star were in full swing at this point and I told my parents that I would hone my skills on the Pacifica before saving up for a Les Paul so I could sound like Slash and Jimmy Page. That was almost 15 years ago. Those teenage dreams have long since died a death, as has my desire for a Les Paul guitar, although not for the same reasons. I'm not a rock star because I'm not good enough (that Heartbreaker solo really finished me off!), I don't want a Les Paul because I have everything a bedroom guitarist needs in my Pacifica. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/02, updated on 18/05/05 (Very useful, 1154 readings)
Before i bought a Yammaha Pacifica i didn't have much knowledge about the guitar, i knew how it worked and what ti did (obviously) lol. But i couldn't really play and everytime i picked a guitar up, i only ever seemed to make the most disgusting sounds ever. But i was becomign very interested in the guitar as i have been getting into rock music more and more lately then i ever had been. So i thought 'hey lets have a stab at playing', as i thought it would be somehting to do in my spare time and would be something to relax me. And guess what i was right, i love sitting with my Pacifica when im depressed and bummed out. I can't play very well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/00, updated on 06/09/00 (Very useful, 2489 readings)
the yamaha pacifica is a brilliant guitar for it's price and is one of the best in it's price range. A classic statocaster type shape, but slightly more pointy, it balances well, with the head not being too heavy when you stand out. It's five pick-up selection works well with the humbucker, but could do with a bit more of a boost to the bass end with the single coil nearest the neck. The guitar is well put together overall, but if/and when yuo buy this guitar, check the string guage setting, because if you put on strings that are heavier than the setting, the brigde rides up, and the guitar's intonation will be out near the 20th fret. (speaking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/02, updated on 14/05/02 (Useful, 1148 readings)
I never wanted to be the next Eric Clapton, but after 20 years of dabbling on and off with guitars, frustration almost set in. Then I bought a Pacifica... I've heard some guitar teachers and music experts offer many statements to would be learners - "You must start with an accoustic", "You need big strong hands/long fingers etc". Ignore them. The Pacifica is the ideal choice for a novice. An important consideration to take into account is a guitars' "action". This is the distance between the strings and the fretboard. A low action means a short distance and less effort needed to hold down a chord. Just what you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/03, updated on 08/02/03 (Useful, 1141 readings)
The Yamaha Pacifica takes everything that you would come to expect from a Fender Strat', and it's own style to things. The design is a lot more sleek, less chunky and more stylish. The body is smaller than most guitars, but it's well designed and feels a lot more light and comfortable than the Strat. The neck is quite thin, and slightly shorter than usual, but the action is great and the smaller space between the strings can make for some great solo's when you get used to it. The sound is not unique, it's very typical for this time of guitar. But it's high quality, you can tell yamaha were very serious to make this guitar as high quality ... Read the complete review
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