Ok, so my birthday is coming up this thursday and all i asked for my birthday was money so that i could get a new guitar. I've been playing guitar for over a year and i've stuck with my Epiphone Dot electric and my grandpa's old Alvarez acoustic. Well recently i've been taking trips to my local music shop to take a look at some acoustic-electrics and i sat down with a Yamaha FX370C for $279.99 and played around on it for awhile, checked the neck, body, tuning pegs, the whole thing. Overall i thought it was a very nice guitar except for a few minor adjustments that could be made but this store sets it up for you when you buy it and you get free repairs etc. for a year. I was just wondering if this would be a good guitar to get, my mom is just kind of weary because the price is a little on the cheap side.
i say go for it if you like it but for that kind of money i would expect a solid top, i'm not sure if that one does have one but i know epi has a few amazing acoustic electrics in that price range with solid tops and great electronics
i was in love with my fg730 yamaha which had a solid spruce top and laminate rosewood back and sides and albalone rosette very balanced tone and very good craftsmanship .. couldnt find a flaw .. just a thought and highly recommended
Yamaha's are great acoustics. Nice choice on picking one. I have a Yamaha F335 and I love that thing.
Yamaha's entry level guitars are top notch. There aren't many guitars who play as easily as a Yamaha.