Yamaha Guitars in general Reviews
Product Type: Yamaha guitars and bass guitars
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Customer Yamaha Guitars in general Reviews (9)
by - written on 18/02/08 (Useful, 194 readings)
I have never really been a huge fan of Yamaha guitars, though I always though that their keyboards were quite good. The one Yamaha guitar I did quite like and enjoy was the Yamaha Pacifica. This is basically a strat copy; that's a replica of a Fender Stratocaster guitar for any of you not up on the musical jargon! The Yamaha Pacifica tends to be quite a sturdy well built instrument which is not heavy duty but is still pretty tough. They are well designed and I do find that the nuts and bolts don't tend to loosen up over time as they do with most other cheap guitars. The action (the gap between the frets and the strings) also tends to be quite low which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/09, updated on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 804 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My review of Yamaha Guitars - (In General) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ Introduction ~~~~~~~~ Most people know the Japanese brand name Yamaha; some folks associate the name with motorbikes, some with pianos, but what I'm interested in is of course Yamaha Guitars (unless Yamaha want to combine all 3 items - which would make for a very fast, novel and musical form of transport -lol!). Most guitarists have always lusted after American made instruments like Fender, Gibson or Martin etc. Some English, German and Italian guitars also made it onto the 'must have' list... but in their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I quite simply can't understand the low review score of Yamaha guitars on here, when the likes of Gibson and Fender are getting 5 stars for what they put out at a premium price Yam are being slated. For as many years as I can remember the Yamaha 112 has been voted the best entry level guitar, and I am talking 15 or more years here. For £150 this guitar gives you more value than a Fender at £400. the fret work in these guitars is always spot on, as is the action (straight out of the box). This is the thing with Yamaha, they treat every guitar like it's their flag ship model. They have always had this attitude look back at the SG2000, this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/00, updated on 09/10/00 (Very useful, 1286 readings)
Buying a guitar is a task bound by many limitations. a) Amount of money to spend. The APX range of guitars is not cheap, but it is possible to find narrow bodied ones for about £400. The range extends to prices in excess of £1,000 for those who can afford them. Many cheaper guitars suffer with bad intonation (i.e. they are in tune for open chords but just sound out of tune when cappo'd or when playing bar chords up the fingerboard.) I can honestly say I've never heard an APX with this problem. b) Expected use for the guitar! The APX range are electro-acoustic. Not really suited to heavy metal work! The narrow bodied guitars do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/01, updated on 05/06/01 (Useful, 713 readings)
I am an experienced guitar player, as I have been playing for about ten years. During my experience as a guitar player, I have used a wide variety of guitaers, such as Sanchis, Yamaha, the Greek Panagi brand and a few others. In my opinion, Yamaha guitars were rather disappointing. Although I expected a quality equal to the brand, I came across a guitar that was not too satisfactory. Although the guitar itself was nicely shaped and fitted me perfectly, the fret bar was rather too soft, allowing my fingers to glide a lot and make weird noises. In addition, there must have been something wrong with the box of the guitar, as the sound was rather dumb and ... Read the complete review
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