Oscar Schmidt OG1FYS-A-U 3/4 Size Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar (High Gloss)Flame Yellow Sunburst

  • The truss rod is fully adjustable, and the tuners are chrome die-cast.
  • Dimensions of the package: 118.11 H x 20.32 L x 55.88 W (centimetres)
  • Weight of the package: 4.513 kilos
  • Made in China
Brand Oscar Schmidt
Color Flame Yellow Burst
Top Material Type Engineered Wood
Body Material Spruce
Back Material Type Catalpa Wood
Neck Material Type Catalpa Wood
Fretboard Material Type Technical Wood
Guitar Pickup Configuration Other
String Material Type Steel
Hand Orientation Right

Unboxing + Review



Oscar Schmidt’s OG1FYS is a stylish small-bodied acoustic guitar with a few unique characteristics. It’s a popular model among total novices, as well as players with smaller hands, and it also makes a fantastic acoustic guitar for youngsters, because it’s scaled down to 3/4 of the size of a conventional acoustic guitar. We’ve taken a closer look, as is customary!

The OG1FYS produces a strong sound that is reminiscent of vintage dreadnought models when all of the mentioned characteristics are combined. Of course, it’s a little quieter than a full-sized acoustic, but despite the smaller soundboard, it’s surprisingly full. The sound is clean, and the bass is powerful and forceful, with the trebles beautifully balanced. It doesn’t have the same full, rich tone as the higher-end Baby Taylor or Little Martin, but for a fraction of the price, it’s difficult to complain.

When all factors are considered, the OG1FYS provides excellent value for money, combining a stylish appearance, high-quality construction, and a pleasant tone in a package that virtually anybody can afford. We give it a big thumbs up!

1 review for Oscar Schmidt OG1FYS | Compact Performer Acoustic Guitar

  1. Giovanna Mcneil

    The majority of the reviews and questions online discuss purchasing this guitar for youngsters to learn on, but it is also appropriate for tiny adults, those looking for something to travel with, or anybody who is uncomfortable with a full-size dreadnought. I am a tall adult woman, yet my big breast and shortish arms and fingers make it difficult for me to hold a full-size guitar comfortably. This is just what I was hoping for in a 3/4 size with a good sound at a reasonable price. No, it won’t sound as wonderful as a baby Taylor or a small Martin, but it won’t let you down if you just have $100 to spend on a guitar. It’s outfitted with D’Addario strings and is ready to play straight away. Beginners who don’t know how to stretch the strings are prone to leave negative reviews stating it doesn’t hold a tune. Overall, I’m pleased with my purchase and anticipate getting a lot of use out of it.

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