Checking Out The Yamaha FG700S
When ever I’m talking about guitar I most often talk about the guitar brand that gets me excited, like acoustic Yamaha guitars. Today I have my eye on the Yamaha FG700S as this acoustic guitar has a solid body design.
The FG700S has a classic appearance and produces awesome sound quality for the cost. So if you’re on the hunt for a quality acoustic guitar but you have a limited budget then you can’t go wrong with a Yamaha FG700S.
Any Yamaha acoustic guitar I’ve played has had quality sound, plus to this point I have only ever owned a Yamaha acoustic guitar, although I have tried many others, it’s just that I love the sound and quality I get in the music I play and is why I’m looking at the Yamaha FG700S Acoustic Guitar.
The thing is most of my friends have different guitars and every one of my friends paid way more for their guitars and are more proud of the cost than the quality. Yamaha just knows how to produce quality at an affordable price. Actually one of my friends sold me her Yamaha acoustic so she could buy a difference guitar on another friends advice. I definitely won on that deal.
Yamaha FG700S Deals On Ebay
A Yamaha FG700S acoustic guitar is a well designed hand-made guitar that is constructed from quality materials which give it quality appearance and sound. So the Yamaha FG700S plays superb acoustic sound and looks great at the same time.
Features of The Yamaha FG700S Acoustic Guitar
- Guitar Model: FG700S
- Price tag is Affordable
- Guitar top is Solid Sitka Spruce
- Fingerboard is Rosewood
- Die Cast Tuner
- Tortoise Pick Guard
- High Gloss Finish With Natural Look
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Guitar Dimensions: 43 x 6 x 21 inches
- Weight: 7.5 pounds
I have two places to check out here in Moncton to see if I can get my hands on a Yamaha FG700S acoustic guitar. I missed buying the last one I checked out and it was sold the next day. That won’t happen again.
If I don’t see one at least I know the quality and will look to Amazon or eBay to find a used one that’s in great shape as the quality and sound last for many years. The two Yamaha’s I’ve owned to this point have worked great over the past 10 years.