Released January, 2010
The Pros:Easy to get a clear sound. Action isn't too high, designed to be easy to play. Tuning is very easy, usually just needs some slight adjustment to the top 2 strings.
The Cons:Minor details in the design, such as visible glue where the neck joins the body. Frets are rather cheap, but you only notice after having played it for some time.
One of the company's inexpensive models, the Yamaha FD01S is a six-string acoustic guitar that's designed to be an instrument for beginners. With a 14-fret body style, the guitar has a Nato neck and a Rosewood fingerboard and bridge that offers a lot of comfort for those unfamiliar with guitars.
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Different from the F325 guitar, the model has Nato back and sides and a handcrafted Solid Spruce top that helps to produce a rich and balanced tone that's suitable for various playing styles and genres. Along with a gloss finish, the Yamaha acoustic guitar is available in a Natural colour.
- Six-string acoustic guitar
- 14-fret body style
- Solid Spruce top
- Nato back and sides
- Nato neck
- Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Natural colour
- Gloss finish
User Reviews (3)
easy to get a clear sound
action isn't too high, designed to be easy to play
tuning is very easy, usually just needs some slight adjustment to the top 2 strings
finish is even and flawless, looks professional and not cheap
included guitar case is light and easy to carry
minor details in the design, such as visible glue where the neck joins the body
frets are rather cheap, but you only notice after having played it for some time
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