Yamaha 6 String Series A3M Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar-Mahogany, Vintage Natural, Dreadnought VN

  • For a louder, deeper acoustic sound, use a solid Sitka Spruce top with scalloped bracing.
  • With Yamaha’s new SRT2 system, you may mix and match microphone types and piezo pickups to find your ideal tone.
  • With a thin taper shape and high comfort satin mahogany neck.
  • Cutaway body of a dreadnought with solid rear and sides
  • Soft case is included
Brand Yamaha
Color Vintage Natural
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Mahogany
Back Material Type Mahogany
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Mahogany
Guitar Pickup Configuration Piezo
Guitar Bridge System Fixed
Number of Strings 6

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The 2017 Yamaha A-Series Guitars

The Yamaha A-Series is the ideal performing acoustic guitar, built from the bottom up to be perfectly adapted to life on the road. The A-Series has the guitar to take your playing to the next level, with natural, dynamic plugged-in tone and stage-ready simplicity from the new SRT2 pickup system; played-in comfort out of the box thanks to hand-rolled fingerboard edges on a straight taper neck; a custom-designed scalloped bracing pattern for a powerful, expressive acoustic tone; and Yamaha’s legendary road-ready construction.

3 reviews for Yamaha A Series A3M | Pro Electro Acoustic Guitar

  1. The Model

    This is perhaps the greatest Chinese-made acoustic guitar I’ve ever played. This instrument has a fantastic sound because of its all-wood construction and high-quality mahogany tone wood. I’ve been playing for 20 years on and off, and this is the best-sounding acoustic I’ve ever had. It’s not a dreadnought, so don’t expect it to reverberate across the room. This smaller body design, however, nevertheless produces a balanced and sufficiently loud loudness. The sonic characteristics of this instrument have truly astonished me. Mine was barely worn but in good shape when I bought it.

    I’ve tried more expensive Martin and Taylor entry-level guitars, and they’re no match. You are just paying for the brand unless you pay a premium for the higher end of the two major brands. It isn’t worth it. The Yamaha can’t be topped for a sub-$1000 all-solid-wood guitar with a high-quality electro-acoustic system. A quality gig bag is included.

  2. The Commentator

    I wanted to upgrade to a better guitar, so I went online and watched a lot of videos and read a lot of reviews before settling on the Yamaha A3M. I was hesitant to buy a guitar over the Internet without first trying it out, but I didn’t have an option because this guitar was not available locally. Given how much this instrument cost, I promised myself that if I wasn’t entirely satisfied with it, I would return it. I’d return it if there was any fret or string buzz, if I didn’t like the action, if there were intonation issues, or if I just didn’t enjoy the tone.

    This guitar is fantastic. It was more than twice as expensive as my last acoustic, but it was well worth the money. The bass end is powerful without being boomy, and the upper end has a lovely chime. The intonation is excellent, and there is no buzz anywhere on the neck. When I play a chord, it smacks me square in the gut, which is exactly what you want in a guitar. I believe I was fortunate, but it’s also possible that you get what you paid for.

  3. Jimmy Carl

    I couldn’t resist writing a review since I’m in love with this instrument. I’ve been playing guitar for ten years and have now chosen to upgrade from my first inexpensive acoustic guitar that I received as a Christmas present years ago. After a week of searching for the right guitar, I came across this one and realized it was the one I was looking for. I tried various Taylors and other high-end guitars in the $1,000 area, and this one outperformed them all, and the best part is that it was the cheapest. It runs so smoothly and sounds even better than I had hoped. You can’t go wrong with this guitar.

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