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Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural

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The FX370C comes with a spruce top, and nato back and sides. The compact, cutaway design provides excellent handling comfort and high-position access. Powered punch is guaranteed with a piezo pickup mounted under the saddle.

Top: Spruce Back & Sides: Nato Neck: Nato Fingerboard: Rosewood Bridge: Rosewood Scale: 634mm Frets: 21 Tuners: Chrome Pickups: 1-Way Piezo

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I love this guitar! It sounds great and plays great. Even after having it for a year I still can't get overthe fact of what I paid for it. I gig around with it alot here in nashville with it as my main guitar and I write all my songs on it.
Just wonderful
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I Picked up this guitar a couple of months ago, I was looking for a shorter scale guitar that would sound great yet be easy to play as I am now starting to get arthitis in my hands and it is getting harder to finish a 50 minute set with out a lot of pain. Over a 4 month period I tried every 24 3/4 to 25" scale guitar I could get my hands on, Seagull, Gibson, Taylor etc. they all played nice but the price tag's made my head spin! Then I played this Guitar ( FX 370 C Natural finish) with a 25" scale, spruce top, nato sides and back. It not only played great it sounded great and I was amazed. (some day I will pay the big price for a Gibson J-45) But for what I needed- a daily player with great playability and tone you can not go wrong with this Guitar. I play it every day and Gig with it at least twice per week and there is no better bang for the buck out there believe me!
no tune but EQ works good once you get the hang of the Mid shaping slider
Built like a tank, should last many years!
there is no better sounding and playing acoustic/electric even for 300 bucks over this price range!
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I'm a guitar instructor, and I own many nice acoustics including a Martin MMV, Gibson Hummingbird Artist, and a Guild D25. I bought this guitar for my sister as a christmas present about three years ago. I was so surprised by it that I bought one for myself. When I recommend guitars for my students, this is the one I usually tell them about first. For such a cheap price its definitely something you should consider getting. Great action, great sound, and its held up fairly well. The finish is a little lite, but all the better as I love a good beat up guitar.
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I needed a good acoustic-electric guitar that didn't hurt my wallet, and this right here is the one. Plays awesome, looks awesome, sounds awesome. The only thing that's missing is that built-in tuner. That's why I gave it a 9, but other than that, PERFECT.
I went to Guam for a vacation last April. While I was on island, it was like I had an urge to play guitar after about 2 weeks. I saw the FX370C one day and I tried it out. IT WAS AMAZING! It had everything I needed, EXCEPT a built-in tuner, but besides that, it's perfect! The cutaway lets me do my leads easier and more accurate. The only reason I gave this a 9 is because there's no tuner. (I know, I said that already).
Near perfect! When I took mine home, I did however find a couple of buzzy frets. I brought it back to the store the next day and they fixed that with ease. Thanks worker guy! The neck makes it so easy to do bar chords. It's like playing on butter! The tuners are very nice and the finish one mine (Tobacco Brown Sunburst) was FLAWLESS. I love how has good quality control.
The guy gave me the 10% discount (I forgot why haha) I got this baby for only 235 bucks. Nothing else can be this good at that price range. This guitar doesn't give you a bang for your buck. I recommend this guitar to beginners and to intermediate players.
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I was looking for a low end guitar for my son, and I was blown away by this thing. I've had 3 or 4 yamahas, and even though this is advertised as a beginner's model, the action and effortless playability blew me away. Next to Martins, Gibsons and the like, the natural tone is amazing.The only drawback: no tuner. I love this and am getting one for myself.Do yourself a favor and check this one out. Only a few times in my life have I instantly fallen in love with a guitar; this is one of them.
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.If I could, I would marry this guitar. It has everything you could ever want, and then some, for a price that can't be beat.
I was looking for an inexpensive acoustic electric with a good action, and I found it. This guitar makes bar chords enjoyable, simply butter to hold down the strings. The electronics are pretty good too, if you adjust it the right way you can even make it sound great through a regular electric amp. The only downside is that it doesn't have a built in tuner, but other than that a flawless guitar. Plus, the pick guard is tortoise shell and the guitar is absolutely gorgeous in general.
I can't imagine liking any guitar more than this one.
Flawless guitar.
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I received this guitar as a Christmas present and was disappointed at first because of it's buzzing and cheap sound. I had wanted an Alvarez and didn't like the bright sound, however; once I put some coated light elixir strings on it and had the neck adjusted slightly the buzzing stopped and it sounds great! This guitar has a bright sound to it and plays well plugged in and acoustic! Great buy for the buck!
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.This is my third acoustic. I have a Seagull Entourage and a FG700MS (the satin version of the FG700). I recently ordered this FX370c and although is has a laminated top, the stock sound is no short besides those two. On the fg700, I had to change the stock strings, put some tusq saddle and bridge pins and even put an O-ring in the hole to get the sound that I wanted. But this FX370C has superior sound out of the box. I'm not comparing to the Seagull because that's a completely different guitar useful for some songs given its mellower sound. But I'm very, very happy with my purchase. The laminated top will not open while aging to improve the sound; I don't mind given that the actual sound is so good. Definitively a steal for the price. I'm not planning to change nothing to this guitar; not even the stock strings for now. The preamp seems solid. Only thing missing is a tuner. Buy with confidence, you will not regret it!
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.i just got this guitar as my first acoustic-electric. i have an old vintage fender and was looking for a little update. i got this and all i thought was wow. for the price, it has a deep, rich sound acoustic and, if properly equalized, just as good plugged in. overall, way too good of a deal to pass up
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural
.I bought this guitar multiple months ago as my first guitar, I already played bass and piano so it came to me quickly. Now that I have gotten used to it there is little to no fret buzz. It has a really full sound, all of the strings sound good once you replace them. Compared to my friends $400ish guitars it is essentially the same sound. I deffinatly recomend this to anyone who needs a starter guitar or one for small gigs
Yamaha FX370C F SERIES Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Natural

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