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Excellent

AdvantagesLovely tone, easy to play, rich amplification and nice design features.

DisadvantagesNone...it is a beaut.

...in the end I decided that with a few guitar stands and some wall hangers I could get away with having loads of them. Training to be a luthier of course is an even better excuse. My first guitar was a Yamaha dreadnought. I learned to play on this when I was a teen and then progressed towards electro-acoustic and electric guitars. As of now I have 5 Yamaha's in the house (classical, acoustic...

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Super

AdvantagesGood quality sound. Excellent price

DisadvantagesInitial set-up a bit daunting to get the best out of it.

...Just when you thought you'd seen enough of spending on electrical goods, the old rule "everything comes in threes" is proved right yet again. I just checked, and it's been 14 years since I last wrote about a Yamaha RX-V596RDS home cinema tuner-amplifier, so I guess compared to some things like TVs, that's not too bad an innings. So much so that I've decided to throw my lot in with Yamaha again...

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Excellent

“Yamaha Brilliance!”

published 22/06/2011

AdvantagesExcellent sound quality and material feel!

DisadvantagesScratch plate could be better, material feels quite cheap!

...In total I've owned two Yamaha acoustic guitars and had the privilage of sampling several more, but it has to be said that the 'FX-370 C' was by the far the highest quality, best sounding specticle I was able to admire and play. Its treated wooden body with medium set bridge and saddle makes for a great quality product. But it's the hollow body (containing very few sound compromising blockades...

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