Yamaha FG800 Acoustic Review

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The Yamaha FG800 Acoustic Guitar provides a comfortable, traditional experience for beginner and intermediate guitarists to play and practice on. Lightweight tonewoods, upgraded bracing and a robust yet elegant build all combine to create this excellent entry level guitar.

SELECT WOODS

with over 50 years of high quality guitar production under their belts, Yamaha know their tonewoods and chose solid spruce for the top of the FG800. This produces plenty of precise top end clarity and great projection. This works in tandem with the Nato/Okume back and sides that produce plenty of warm middle tones.

To further enhance the sound without increase in cost, Yamaha have put in place a new scalloped bracing system that is tuned to increase response across the low end and richer harmonic overtones in the mid range. The end result is a beautiful tone that you would expect to hear on a much more expensive model.

COMFORT AND PLAYABILITY

The neck of the FG800 Acoustic Guitar is also crafted from Nato and shaped to a comfortable, rounded profile that will feel natural in the hand, even for new players. The neck is adorned with a rosewood fingerboard containing 20 frets and subtle dot inlays to help you work your way around the fretboard with ease. The neck is finished with a matt effect so that you can smoothly glide up and down the neck not worrying about any stickiness or residue that can occur on longer performances.

OTHER FEATURES

Other features of the Yamaha FG800 Acoustic Guitar include die-cast chrome machine heads for accurate and stable tuning, a tortoise-shell finish pickguard and body binding to really give the FG800 a crisp and distinguished edge.

If you are a new player that needs a full-size guitar to flourish on, or a more intermediate player who just wants a nice acoustic for home and small gigs, the Yamaha FG800 Acoustic Guitar would suit you perfectly.

Comments

Bobby Holt says:

I love your acoustic reviews I wanna learn some of the chords you use though

FlyGuy870 says:

can someone please tell me what song he started to play at the end? it sounds awsome

Nevis ! says:

This Vs Fender Cd60s ?

Incline DE says:

I have seen that it says free shipping on your website does that include countries outside England? As an example Germany?

valentin A says:

was it too expensiv to put a dot on the 3rd fret??

Adam Finner says:

Fg800 or F310

Haralabos Lukatos says:

i have the yamaha FG800 VT i buy new but is buzzing. How i can fix that. Is need setup? And i want upgrade that guitar. If i put new strings new sadlle new bridge and nut is worth that upgrade is give better sound or not?

Harold Taylor says:

What a great guitar for beginner or seasoned player, have had several guitars this is by far the best sounding any easy to  play best value in price range !!!!!

Digvj says:

i liked this guitar and wanted to buy , but i am a beginner and its a non-cutaway guitar . Do we need more than 15 frets???

Caleb Films says:

Found this for 200$ is that like suspiciously low or about right

Ram says:

The action on this is pretty high.. as a beginner guitar I found it hurts more to plan than some of the older versions from Yamaha

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