Yamaha YCR-8620, Bore .445'' Bell One-piece, Bell Material 4 3/4'' Yellow Brass, lacquered, The new Eb Cornet is also an 8000 series instrument and...... more
Yamaha YCR-8620, Bore .445'' Bell One-piece, Bell Material 4 3/4'' Yellow Brass, lacquered, The new Eb Cornet is also an 8000 series instrument and replaces the current YCR-6610ST. It too was developed with David King and has a warmer, yet more present tone, as well as a more comfortably balanced playing resistance than current model.
Yamaha DSR 115, active DSP-Controled Fullrangespeaker, 15" 2" Neodym-components, 90 x 60 Waveguide Horn, bi-amped 1300 Watt (850 W LF + 450 W HF)...... more
Yamaha DSR 115, active DSP-Controled Fullrangespeaker, 15" 2" Neodym-components, 90 x 60 Waveguide Horn, bi-amped 1300 Watt (850 W LF + 450 W HF) Class-D amps, 45 - 20.000 Hz, 136 dB SPL max, D-Contour Multiband Dynamic processor, 48-Bit signal processing , DSP-controled protection functions for power supplies, amps and driver, black plywood housing with 3x M10 eyebolts, 35mm polemount, continuous speaker grille, XLR and Jack in/outputs, dimensions: 442 x 755 x 423 mm, weight 28 Kg
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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Review of Yamaha CPX700
...If you've read many of my op's you've probably figured out I'm a musical type of person, but not the type that jingles whilst walking.
For years I have enjoyed playing rhythm guitar both privately and on the road but never more so than on my Yamaha 12 String. It's a lovely full size instrument that creates amazing volume even without an amp, and by far outdoes all the other acoustics I have...
Advantages: The Yamaha brand name Disadvantages: Low on looks, high on practicality
...Yamaha are well known for motorbikes and keyboards, but over the last 20 years they have built up a fantastic reputation for building guitars of the very highest quality, and at prices usually well below the more illustrious names in the business such as Gibson, Fender and PRS. They also have the advantage that they are readily available from most music shops, so you don't have to go searching...