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Yamaha

Yamaha began life as Nippon Gakki Company, Limited in 1887, originally producing pianos and reed organs, but has since expanded to become one of the best-loved musical instrument and audio equipment manufacturers in the world.

After expanding their business to include motorcycles, furniture, phonographs and archery bows, Yamaha began mass-producing electric guitars in the 1960s, beginning with the eccentrically-shaped SG range (“solid guitar”), before they settled into more conservative but high spec “superstrat” style offerings – known for their balanced warm tone and strong sustain.

In 1989, Yamaha opened their Guitar Development facility in North Hollywood, California and recruited ex-Ibanez luthier Rich Lasner. Working with Leo Knapp, they launched the Pacifica range of entry-level electric guitars in 1990, which were an instant hit with students and budget rockers alike. The company began to become more experimental in their approach to building instruments, creating six-string bass guitars and bridge-mounted piezo pickups, extending the tonal capabilities on offer.

The full Yamaha product range now includes FX pedals, amplifiers, most band instruments, studio equipment, PA systems, mixing desks, drum machines, synthesizers, personal watercraft and industrial robots.

Musicians who have played Yamaha guitars over the years include Michael Anthony (Van Halen), John Lennon, Bob Marley, Paul McCartney, Carlos Santana and Bob Seger.
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Yamaha FG820
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The improved bestseller. The Yamaha FG820 is an improved version of Yamaha's bestseller, the FG800. It provides great playability at an unbelievably low price which makes it a really good bargain. You will be surprised to know that the FG820 actually has a solid Sitka Spruce top which is not a standard in its price range and not only that, it also sport Mahogany back and sides unlike the FG800 that uses Nato. Go Try it on our player and you'll hear why we and so many guitar players out there like it so much. Compare the Yamaha FG800 and FG820 to find out which one fits your needs and budget better, with so many around the world liking these two guitars so much, you can not go wrong with your pick.

Yamaha FG800
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Perfect for beginners but not only. The Yamaha FG800 is with no doubt one of the best beginner's acoustic guitar out there. It provides great playability at an unbelievably low price which makes it a really good bargain. You will be surprised to know that the FG800 actually has a solid Sitka Spruce top which is not a standard in its price range and despite the fact that Nato is not really a superb tone wood, the guitar sounds really nice. Go Try it on our player and you'll hear why we and so many guitar players out there like it so much. You might wanna check the Yamaha FG800 even if you are not a beginner but someone who would just like to have another guitar lying around the house or one to take on the road. It is no wonder really that the Yamaha FG range is a worldwide bestseller.