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Yamaha FG730S Solid Top Acoustic Guitar – Rosewood, Natural


The Yamaha FG730S acoustic guitar comes from a long line of amazing FG “folk guitar” acoustic guitars, and packs incredible value considering its entry-level price. While it’s priced right to be your first guitar, the combination of primo tonewoods makes it a great deal for veteran players too. Responsible for the FG730S’s sweet voice is a solid Sitka spruce top and rosewood back and sides – choice tonewoods you wouldn’t expect to find on a guitar in this class. If you want to start playing acoustic guitar, let your journey start with an amazing instrument you’ll love playing for years to come – the Yamaha FG730S acoustic guitar.

Product Features

  • Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Rosewood Back/Sides
  • Nato Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard/Bridge
  • Natural Finish
  • Natural Finish, Nato Neck

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Travis Dalton says:

Great guitar I played a Johnson dreadnought in highschool and was told that my fingers would stop hurting eventually. They never did do to the really high action (distance from fretboard to string). After 2yrs I finally gave up guitar. Recently I was having a 1/4 life crisis (im 25) and wanted to learn guitar. I broke out the old johnson from the closet and played for 2 weeks and again the finger problem. I went to Guitar Center and talked to a couple of the guys and started playing as many guitars as i…

Anon says:

Excellent guitar, with excellent potential I got this guitar about a year ago as a birthday present from my girlfriend. Because ears are so subjective, we went to Guitar Center to try out a whole slew of makes and models. Pretty much anything they had in the sub-$500 range. I tried Martins, Fenders, Epiphones, Gibsons, Taylors, Ovations, Yamahas– you name it, I tried it. Most sounded pretty good, but you could tell they were budget guitars. Just no balance. Some had great deep tone but no treble. Others were very bright but had…

Panzermann says:

Excellent Instrument for the Price This Yamaha guitar is a great bargain: no, it’s not as good as a Martin or Taylor, which cost substantially more. But in the budget price range, this guitar looks good and for the most part sounds great. Those are subjective matters, to be sure, but to my ears, this guitar beats a lot of other comparably priced acoustic guitars from other manufacturers I’ve tried. Note that this guitar lacks electronics for playing directly through an amp–an important concern for anyone who wants to…

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