The Yamaha C40ii Classical Guitar has outstanding quality and tone and is perfect for beginners. Since its launch in the early 1990's the C40 has gradually...... more
The Yamaha C40ii Classical Guitar has outstanding quality and tone and is perfect for beginners. Since its launch in the early 1990's the C40 has gradually amassed a wide range of industry awards and is now firmly established as the instrument of choice amongst guitar teachers, beginners and young learners alike. This pack also includes a Yamaha guitar tuner, spare strings, guitar tutorial DVD, guitar strap and plectra. Nylon string with traditional 52mm width neck and sound hole decoration finish. Gloss finish. Rosewood finger board. Rosewood bridge. String scale: 650 mm (25 9/16''). Body Depth: 94-100 mm (3 11/16''-3 15/16''). Finger Board Width (Nut/Body): 52 mm (2 1/16''). Top: Spruce. Back: Meranti. Side/Rib: Meranti. Neck: Nato. Brand: Yamaha. Model Number: C40ii. Guitar Type: Classical. Right or Left Handed: Right-handed. Built-in Amplifier: No. Number of Frets: 19. Number of Strings: 6. String Material: Nylon. Accessories: Guitar tuner, strap, plectra, instructional DVD, spare strings. Finish: Gloss.
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The Yamaha PSR-S650 gives you high quality and wide variety of Voices and Styles plus FlashROM expansion to add even more. The PSR-S650 boasts a newly-enhanced...... more
The Yamaha PSR-S650 gives you high quality and wide variety of Voices and Styles plus FlashROM expansion to add even more. The PSR-S650 boasts a newly-enhanced Style performance engine with MegaVoice technology for ultra-realistic instrumental Style backing - especially with guitar sounds. It also features FlashROM Expansion to load Expansion Packs containing new audio samples, Voices, Drum Kits and Styles, a great way to expand your creative possibilities. The PSR-S650 includes a 16MB FlashROM for storing additional audio samples, Voices, Drum Kits and Styles. Once data is loaded into the FlashROM, it`s always available even if you turn the power off. This is a great way to add new content to the PSR-S650. With a total of 359 amazingly authentic instrument Voices (including 9 MegaVoices), and 181 accompaniment Styles, you can enjoy regionally unique music-and have more fun. You can configure the keyboard's tuning to match the music you`re playing with one of the nine preset custom tunings, like Arabic or Pythagorean - or by creating your own. The main features of the PSR-S650 include: Tone Generating Technology AWM Stereo Sampling Number of Polyphony (Max.) 64 Number of Voices: 357 + 28 Drum/SFX Kits + 480 XG + GM2 (for GM2 Song playback) + GS (for GS Song playback) Featured Voices: 9 MegaVoices, 12 Sweet! Voices, 22 Cool! Voices, 18 Live! Voices Number of Preset Styles 181 User Styles: Yes Style Creator: Yes Music Database: 784 + External Files Touch Response: Yes Pitch Bend: Yes Display: Full Dot LCD, 320 x 240 dots Amplifiers: 12 W + 12 W Speakers: 12 cm x 2 + 3 cm x 2 Dimensions: Width 946mm (37-1/4"), Height 137mm (5-3/8"), Depth 405mm (15-15/16") Weight: 7.3kg (16 lbs. 1 oz.)
Advantages: Beautiful guitar, rich sound and great construction Disadvantages: Pre-amp can have a little high treble.
...The compass series are one of the most natural feeling mid range series of guitar on the market. This may come from the fact that half the series is handcrafted! They are based on various corners of the world. This guitar is more middle range of the compass, but very similar to CpxN which is based on the suns and seas of the northern artic.
I've had mine for almost a year, bought for £550 - I...
Advantages: Lovely tone, easy to play, rich amplification and nice design features. Disadvantages: None...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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