Yamaha SLG220S Silent Acoustic Guitar | Review

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The Yamaha SLG200S Silent Guitar could very well be the perfect instrument for practice, travel or stage use – any time an acoustic guitar just won’t do. Stuart Shields takes a closer look at this unique instrument.

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Rob Ferrell says:

I kind of imagine with the double a batteries though that if you’re using the acoustic a lot more you probably go through more double a batteries than you would a 9 volt. 9 volts in the guitar like that have a pretty decent life expectancy

trollstjerne says:

Umm… It has a body, but it’s lacking the top and back.

Артур Калустян Arthur Kalustyan says:

I’ve never heard that sound

Andrew Thompson says:

I have an earlier version of the steel string and nylon string models, brilliant, the built in effects are excellent, just noodling through earphones is great also. Thus look a good upgrade, will have to try it out.

William Goble says:

Wow !! Totally bitchen guitar !! Thanks !

The National Razor says:

Gorgeous! But, if it was me, for a travel guitar I’d lose the headstock and put the tuning gears below the bridge like an Erlewine Lazer. Save half a foot on the length.

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