It’s hard to name that one person who’s never played a guitar, or at least, wanted to. Hobbyists and occasional guitar players are in abundance, but those handful who are in dire need of a good acoustic guitar will certainly like what we’ve prepared.
An incredibly affordable solid-top with impeccable Yamaha quality.
Yamaha's FG700S Folk Acoustic Guitar is a reasonably priced entry-level acoustic guitar featuring one of the most popular tonewoods - solid Sitka spruce - for the top. This gives you a nice mellow tone with a slower response, and keeps the guitar nice and lightweight, a combination that is ideal for a beginner trying to find their way around the instrument. The nato back and sides also keeps the guitar lightweight and inexpensive while not sacrifcing tone. Other features of the FG700S include a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, black and white body binding, die-cast tuners, and a tortoise pickguard.
Color Natural Finish Gloss String Scale 650 mm (25 9/16") Body Depth 100-118 mm (3 15/16"-4 5/8") Nut Width 43 mm (1 11/16") Tuners Diecast Chrome Top Solid Sitka Spruce Back Nato Side/Rib Nato Neck Nato Finger Board Rosewood Bridge Rosewood Pick Guard Tortoise
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t's the most "user-friendly" guitar in the world! Full sound, great action and excellent construction. It holds it's tune remarkably well. Of all my guitars this is my favorite! Everyone who I allow to play it,is simply amazed. I'm quite surprised more people dont own this guitar! I love this guitar. I play everything from Jazz to Metal, and it fits my style perfectly. I love a bright sound on acoustic guitars, and this one has it nailed. It has nice bright trebles, but the bass is there, so it sounds full. This guitar really helps my sound. I used to love electric but this guitar has turned me to the direction of picking bluegrass and anything with a good Acoustic ring. It has a rich and ringing sound to it; With a certain tune, it could bring a manly tear to your eyes! The variety really just is anything involving Acoustic as far as that goes.