Yamaha acoustic guitars dating
GUITAR CENTER'S PRO COVERAGEPro Coverage gives you added warranty protection for your gear.The Folk Guitar (FG) series made by Yamaha in the late 60s and 70s were extremely fine guitars modeled after Martin flatops.1970-72 Black label 1974 Orange Label 1975-1978 Images Yamaha Image Custom and wiring diagram courtesy of Ben van Dyk Jan 2015.Yamaha G-50A label – note no Nippon Gakki on the label – from 1970-1972.Finish options are Natural, Tobacco Brown Sunburst, and Vintage Cherry Burst. There have been acoustics made of carbon fiber, graphite, cherry, walnut, exotic hardwoods from South America and Africa but Yamaha's FGB1 pushes the boundaries even further.The 730S is designed as a great value for money entry level acoustic. The sides back and neck were made from nato and the fingerboard was bubinga with pearl dots. Made almost entirely of laminated bamboo the FGB1 is made from a fast growing, renewable resource.According to Yamaha Australia all G-50A were made in Japan.
An actuator installed on the inner surface of the guitar back vibrates in response to the vibrations of the strings.
This was a budget Yamaha acoustic, made in Taiwan between 19. A solidly constructed starter instrument or a "round the campfire" guitar. It was a 12 string version of the 420-A, a budget dreadnought shaped acoustic. The FG420A was a budget dreadnought shaped acoustic available between 19, but with some nice touches like an abalone rosette, bound fingerboard and the usual Yamaha build quality. Yamaha claims that bamboo's straight grain helps it resist warping, and makes it sonically powerful.
The top is laminated spruce and the back, sides and neck look like mahogany. The top was spruce with black pick guard and an abalone rosette around the sound hole, with nato sides, back and neck and bubinga fingerboard with pearl dots. The top, sides, back, and neck of the Yamaha FGXB1 acoustic electric guitar are bamboo. is the same as the FGB1, except it has piezo electric pickups.
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks.
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