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Yamaha FG730S Solid Top Acoustic Guitar

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Product Description

The Yamaha FG730S Solid Top Acoustic Guitar has the ultimate combo for projection and pure tone.
The expertly braced spruce top speaks clearly atop the rosewood body. It has a Rosewood fingerboard, Rosewood Bridge, die-cast tuners, body and neck binding, and a tortoise pickguard.

Yamaha FG730S Features:

  • Natural Finish with a Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Rosewood Back and Sides
  • Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge
  • Black/White Body Binding
  • Tortoise Colored Pickguard
  • Diecast Tuners
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Yamaha guitars are known for their quality and sound, and the new FG730S is no exception. The level of detail and craftsmanship found in the FG730S places this guitar in a class above the rest. This guitar features the Natural finish.

The FG series of Yamaha guitars were introduced in 1969. They were affordable, well made and put a quality guitar within the reach of an entire generation of musicians and music lovers. A lot has change in the last 35 years, but not the quality and affordability of a Yamaha guitar. Yamaha's combination of quality components and craftsmanship make the FG730S an instrument that produces great tone and playability.

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I have the Cherry Sunburst one.
What is your overall opinion of this product?
The action was a little high and my hand was cramping. I changed the saddle with a shorter or lower one. Now I have 2mm action all the way across at the 17the fret. It plays good now. Also straitened neck to .010 at 8th fret. The Yamaha strings sound great with the rosewood.
What is your opinion of the quality of this product? How does it work for different genres of music?
This guitar FG730S was bought about 5 years ago. It's cherry sunburst. The guitar stays in tune very well. A great sounding guitar thanks to the Rosewood back and sides. The Yamaha Strings are amazing too. They are the original strings. I don't know how they can sell these so inexpensivly. I got mine because I read Rosewood makes for a sweet sounding guitar. And so it is. Good looking to.
Was it easy to reach the strings? How comfortable was the playing position?
For me the action was too high. I solved it by changing the saddle, the white strip underneath the strings. I found a shorter one, it was very easy to change. I straitened the neck a little and now she plays and stays in tune remarkably well.
Is the tone well balanced? How does it project?
The guitar is capable of producing many tones. My sister even commented about how nice it sounds. Sometimes I play softly and it produces a delicate sound. Then sometimes I finger pick and do some rock and roll. It stays in perfect tune for days.
How did the stain or paint job look?
It's beautiful. My sister even commented on the finish, Cherry Sunburst. The finish was flawless. The Rosewood looks very expensive.
Did you get what you were expecting for the price? How does it compare to similar products in the same price range?
At this price range it is a perfect entry level guitar. Somebody like me that's been playing 46 years keeps it next to the Lazyboy in the TV room. And I grab it every day. It's a great value. You get a nice guitar with many years of playability.
How was the action out of the box?
It was too high for me. I loosened the strings and pulled the saddle bridge right out and put in a shorter one. Also I straitened the neck clearance to .010 at the 8th fret. I used the Fender proceedure. It was EZ.
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