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    Yamaha - FG800 Dreadnought Acoustic, Natural

    Yamaha Yamaha - FG800 Dreadnought Acoustic, Natural


    Product description

    Yamaha's FG800 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 FG800 include a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, black and white body binding, die-cast tuners, and a tortoise pickguard.

    • Body type: Dreadnaught
    • Cutaway: Non-cutaway
    • Top wood: Solid Spruce
    • Back & sides: Nato/okume
    • Bracing pattern: Scalloped
    • Body finish: Gloss
    • Orientation: Right handed
    • Neck
    • Neck shape: Info not available
    • Nut width: 1.69" (43mm)
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Neck wood: Nato
    • Scale length: 25"
    • Number of frets: 20 Neck finish: Matte
    • Electronics
    • Pickup/preamp: No
    • Brand: Not applicable
    • Configuration: Not applicable
    • Preamp EQ: Not applicableFeedback filter: Not applicable
    • Tuner: Not applicable
    • Other
    • Headstock overlay: Rosewood
    • Tuning machines: Die-cast Chrome
    • Bridge: Rosewood
    • Saddle & nut: Urea
    • Number of strings: 6-string
    • Special features: None
    • Case: Sold separately

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