Yamaha Guitars – Part I

Here at Andy’s Music, we have one of the most complete selections of Yamaha guitars available on the web. We’ve been selling and servicing Yamaha guitars since 1977, and they are one of our best selling – and sounding – guitars. Let’s talk about some of our best selling guitars, and find out why they’re popular with customers.

The new Yamaha FG700S acoustic guitar is an excellent choice for a guitarist who’s just starting, or someone wanting to move up from a lesser quality guitar. It sounds very good because it has a solid spruce top. A solid top instrument will sound better – most often – than a guitar with a plywood top, and it will also improve in sound quality and volume over time, if it’s played.

In addition to the solid spruce top, the FG700S features Nato (part of the mahogany family) back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, black and white body binding, diecast tuning machines and a natural finish. The FG700S is a lot of guitar for $199 and it has a Limited Lifetime Warranty! Click the link above and check it out.

Now let’s jump to the other end of the price scale and take a brief look at the Yamaha Handcrafted Guitars. When most people think of Yamaha guitars, they think of guitars in the $200 – $400 price range, but Yamaha makes guitars costing thousands of dollars. The Yamaha LL16 handcrafted acoustic is a good example. It features all solid wood construction, comes with hard case, and sells for $899.99! It has to be the bargain of the century.

The Yamaha LL16 Handcrafted acoustic guitar has a solid Engelmann Spruce top and solid Rosewood back and sides. It also features a new non-scalloped bracing design that delivers a beautiful and well balanced tone. Choice materials and Yamaha’s unique ability to blend traditional skills with advanced manufacturing make the Yamaha LL16 an exceptional guitar at a price that’s hard to beat.

If you would like more information on Yamaha guitars, visit our website www.AndysMusicOnline.com, or give us a call at 251-633-8944.

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