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Yamaha A3R Acoustic Guitar Review

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Yamaha A3R Acoustic Guitar Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Rhys

I just happened to stumble across this product in a local guitar shop and I was blown away with it. I am not usually a massive fan of Yamaha guitars but this one was very different for its overall performance.

…as good as any £900 Taylor or Martin…

Yamaha A3R Guitar

Features:

Not supplied with this review.

Ease of use:

I am a big fan of the woods they used in this guitar, especially the Mahogany neck. I just found that it was a lot more enjoyable to play and it will never get sticky.

Sound Quality:

My favourite thing about this guitar though is the preamp controls.

With the A3R you don’t just get your average EQ, you also get resonance control, a selection of 3 different mics and you can blend between the mic and the P.U and it is also equipped with a tuner.

The blend control just makes the guitar sound so natural even when it is plugged in.

Reliability:

This guitar is fully reliable because of its strong build, the wiring and the woods that are used in the guitar.

Overall Rating:

I would say although the guitar is rather expensive at £755 it is as good as any £900 Taylor or Martin.

I would recommend the A3R to any guitarist who needs a great sounding reliable guitar for the studio and the stage!

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Rhys

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