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Yamaha LL6


$500.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound outputting is full and well-balanced - controlled low-end frequency is ideal for live microphone applications. Stock action is fairly neutral and free of fret buzz issues - excellent option for inexperienced users yet to discover their string height preferences. Visually striking - gold tuners, contrast binding and pearloid inlays provide the aesthetics of a much more expensive guitar.

The Cons:Stock plastic bridge pins are of somewhat low quality - users may wish to upgrade to metal pins to improve intonation.

An entry-level model in Yamaha's L Series, the Yamaha LL6 is a six-string acoustic guitar that's designed with different materials to create a high quality sound that's great for everyday amateur and professional use.

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With a 14-fret body style and wood laminate material, the guitar has a Solid Ebony fingerboard and a Mahogany and Padauk 5-ply neck that offers comfort while playing in different positions. The instrument also has a Solid Englemann Spruce top and Solid Rosewood back and sides that helps deliver a clear and balanced tone that's similar to more expensive models such as the LL16. The small Yamaha LL6 features a natural colour and a high-gloss finish.

Features

  • Six-string acoustic guitar
  • 14-fret body style
  • Solid Englemann Spruce top
  • Solid Rosewood back and sides
  • Mahogany and Padauk 5-ply neck
  • Solid Ebony fingerboard
  • Natural colour
  • High-gloss finish

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    Sound outputting is full and well-balanced - controlled low-end frequency is ideal for live microphone applications

  • 1

    Stock action is fairly neutral and free of fret buzz issues - excellent option for inexperienced users yet to discover their string height preferences

  • 1

    Visually striking - gold tuners, contrast binding and pearloid inlays provide the aesthetics of a much more expensive guitar

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    Ebony fingerboard is soft and relatively forgiving - ideal for players building up calluses

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    Virtually unparalleled at the price point - overall build quality and attention to detail is indicative of much more expensive models

Cons
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    Stock plastic bridge pins are of somewhat low quality - users may wish to upgrade to metal pins to improve intonation

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