Yamaha FG820 Solid Top Folk Acoustic Guitar – Natural Bundle with Hard Case, Tuner, Strings, Strap, Picks, Austin Bazaar Instructional DVD, and Polishing Cloth

January 30, 2020 - Comment

Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you’re at it. A hard case is included so you can keep your instrument safely packed away when you’re on the go.

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Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you’re at it. A hard case is included so you can keep your instrument safely packed away when you’re on the go. An easy-to-use clip-on tuner is included so you can keep your instrument in tune. A strap is included so you can practice or better yet perform while standing up. Strings are included so you have extra for later. Picks are included so you can start playing right out of the box. An Austin Bazaar instructional DVD is included so you can pick up some tips while learning your new instrument. An Austin Bazaar polishing cloth is included so you can keep your new instrument in mint condition.

The new Yamaha FG820 acoustic guitar has louder and stronger sound in the low- to mid-ranges, thanks to cutting-edge acoustic analysis with the development of the new scalloped bracing patterns. In addition to warmer and stronger sound thanks to the mahogany back and sides, the body binding and fretboard binding are cream plastic, for an upgraded look. Every aspect of the FG820 is crafted to make a better guitar. From painstakingly cured and dried woods to beautiful hand-sprayed finishes and detailed quality control checks each and every FG is made to be a lifelong partner. Yamaha’s FG820 series is also available in a wide variety of colors, so you’re able to find the perfect one to suit your style!

PRODUCT SPECS

Body Shape: Traditional Western
Scale Length: 650mm (25 9/16″)
Body Length: 505mm (19 7/8″)
Total Length: 1038mm (40 7/8″)
Body Width: 412 mm (16 1/4″)
Body Depth: 100-118 mm (3 15/16″ – 4 5/8″)
Nut Width: 43mm (1 11/16″)
String Spacing: 11.0mm
Top Material: Solid Spruce
Back Material: Mahogany
Side Material: Mahogany
Neck Material: Nato
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
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Product Features

  • Newly developed scalloped bracing
  • Traditional western body
  • Solid Spruce Top
  • Warm, strong sound!
  • Mahogany Back and Sides

Comments

Anonymous says:

Yamaha FG830 Excellent Guitar! I have 10 guitars among them a … Yamaha FG830 Excellent Guitar Autumn Burst is so-o-o-o-o-o beautiful!I have 10 guitars among them a Martin, Taylor, Washburn, A jumbo Honey Burst Takamine 523,(made in Korea), EJ200SCE,Natural, Epiphone, Yamaha, 730, and a Blue Ridge BR-180. The Yamaha FG830 is not a cut-away, or have a pre-amp but is one of the loudest (unplugged) and with the scalloped braces and the best sound of any guitar. Notice, I did not say the best sound of my guitars, but I put myself out on a…

Anonymous says:

This is the best guitar for the money there is period. This is the best guitar for the money there is period. I am a professional musician and mainly a Martin and other manufacturers collector and seller. I use to use expensive Martins as my stage guitars ( Martin 1996 000-28 12 fret GE and a 1993 OM-28 Perry Bechtel) They both have LR bags Dual Source for amplification. This guitar amplification has been around for over 20 years and in my opinion it is still the best natural sound amplification there is. You set it to stereo and use a Y cable…

Anonymous says:

The best sounding inexpensive guitar with composite back and sides that I have heard. First, I played professionally for a good number of years and have a collection of high end guitars… Martins, Gibsons, and Taylors. I have an ear for what a good acoustic sounds like. The problem was I needed a “knock-around” guitar that still sounded good enough to inspire me. I had an old ’70s Japanese made Gibson clone that I loved, but it got totaled when a speaker cabinet fell on it. It was cheap (monetarily) but unfortunately not replaceable. So I made a quest to find…

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