Yamaha C40 Classical Guitar Review
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Guitar Information

The Yamaha C40 is by far one of the most popular and well trusted classical guitars in the UK. With a well-designed and contorted neck for comfort, the neck allows guitarists to make positions without pulling awkward and uncomfortable shapes to get the right sounds.

The body is a combination of rosewood, meranti, nato, and spruce which creates a balanced sound meaning musicians can reach the slick high notes and the booming low notes they need to make.

The tuning is simple but effective as tuning heads are standard Yamaha heads and fret positioning is extremely accurate compared to most. The Yamaha C40 was also recognized as the ‘best classical instrument’ in 2011 at the Classic FM Music Awards.

Guitar Dimensions and Stats

  • Guitar Weight – 3.4kg
  • Guitar Dimensions – 104.5cm x 49cm x 14.5cm
  • String Material – Alder

Experts Feedback

The Yamaha C40 is perfect for beginners or youngsters who are not yet ready for a full-size acoustic guitar and can easily learn in comfort. The C40 is an inexpensive way to invest in learning how to play guitar without breaking the bank. The C40 is a popular choice amongst music teachers and guitar tutors Worldwide. The C40 can also be restrung to accommodate left-hand guitarists. The Yamaha C40 is a guitar for all levels, not just beginners.

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