#1
So, i was wondering this for a while, and i wanted to know if any of you would know the answer.

See, i've noticed that yamaha seels alot of different guitars, but some of them look exactly the same.

I own an EG-112, But what sets it apart from a Pacifica, or an Eterna?

It's kinda confusing, but it's been bugging me for a while.
#5
Quote by HighPotency
Wow dude, 5 minutes. Seriously? It's probably just differences in electronics, wood type, or overall quality.

5 Minutes?
Anyways, So there isn;t much difference in which would cost more?
And would a 70's eg-112 Be worth more than a 2000 pacifca?
#6
Vintage guitars or only worth something when they are higher end products that have been treated carefully. There are exceptions to this rule, but usually, an old low-end Yamaha is not worth much. Sorry.
#7
Quote by TheQuailman
Vintage guitars or only worth something when they are higher end products that have been treated carefully. There are exceptions to this rule, but usually, an old low-end Yamaha is not worth much. Sorry.

Thanks. n_n