Review: Yamaha CG142C + NTX900FM
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Yamaha’s C- and CG-series instruments are the best-selling classical guitars in Finland. We selected a solid cedar -topped Yamaha CG142C for this review.
The Yamaha NTX900FM is a very interesting hybrid model – a nylon-string with a pickup and preamp system, as well as a narrower-than-classical nut width.
Typical of the company’s output, Yamaha’s CG142C (current street price in Finland approx. 300 €) is an extremely clean piece of work with the understated charm of a classical guitar. All CG-series guitars are build with solid tops – spruce-topped models have an “S” suffix to their name, while cedar models are denoted with a “C” at the end of their model name.
The neck, as well as the body’s back and rims, has been crafted from nato-wood. Nato is…
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Posted on February 25, 2013, in acoustic guitars and tagged acoustic guitar, CG142C, NTX900FM, preamp, Yamaha. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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