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Yamaha FJX720SC & FGX730SC receive strong reviews
With regards to the sound, the reviewer stated that the guitar is everything a mini-jumbo should be.
Dynamics and acoustic punch are generous, theres a nice woody warmth in the low end, and sustain comes easily.
The FJX730SC is the more expensive of the two models.
This flagship model of the FJX series has high quality finish including a solid Sitka top.
Unsurprisingly from Yamaha, we have another two very reliable acoustic guitars.
In the words of Guitar and Bass Magazines reviewer, like all Yamahas theyre as reliable as the sun rising in the morning, and excellent players to boot.Posted on 24 Aug 2009 11:23 to category : Instruments News
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