Yamaha L-Series LS6 Concert Size Acoustic-Electric Guitar – Rosewood, Natural

  • A.R.E. treatment on a hand-selected premium solid Engelmann Spruce top.
  • A.R.E. (Acoustic Resonance Enhancement) is a Yamaha-developed wood reformation technique.
  • Elixir Strings; Rosewood Back & Sides
  • 5-ply neck with a classic, high-comfort profile
  • Pickup SRT Zero Impact (passive)
Brand Yamaha
Color Natural
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Rosewood
Back Material Type Rosewood
Neck Material Type Rosewood
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
Guitar Bridge System Fixed
Number of Strings 6




The L Series relies on Yamaha’s lasting history of acoustic instrument design to develop instruments that meet and surpass the needs of today’s guitarists, employing time-honored techniques and construction. The L Series’ distinctive mix of well-rounded tone, outstanding playability, and excellent dynamic range is highlighted by these guitars, which have a traditional form and gorgeous mother-of-pearl inlays. High-quality pickups catch every aspect of your playing on stage, providing you the ideal platform to channel your creativity and harness your inspiration.

3 reviews for Yamaha L Series LS6 | Pro Electro Acoustic Guitar

  1. AGD User

    I must add that as a 35-year guitarist, professional musician, and collector, I’m really delighted and satisfied! The concert body design, its scale, and general mid-range tone have always appealed to me, and this Yamaha ls6 is no exception. It meets, if not surpasses, my expectations, especially considering the price! I was apprehensive when I first received the item. The guitar was thoroughly wrapped in a single layer of foam wrap and sent in a single layer/standard guitar box!
    Well, to my delight, there were no dents, dings, knicks, gouges, glue, or flaws on this instrument, and I’m a stickler for detail! Amazon, in my opinion, would be better off putting this inside of another box for greater shipping protection. Also, purchase the yamaha hardshell case to preserve your investment! The following is a link to the case depicted. Ls6 is a perfect fit!

    Yamaha AG3-Hard Case Concert Size Hardshell Acoustic Guitar Casehttps://amzn.to/3CKdc2X

  2. Nevaeh J.

    excellent value for money This is, in my opinion, one of the greatest guitars in its price range. Yamaha now makes some excellent acoustics. The truss rod on the original set of Elixir strings had to be adjusted because the neck had visibly shifted from where it was initially placed. They were far too high off the fretboard and had an excessive amount of tension. As a musician for over 30 years and someone who has worked in many shops throughout the years acquiring luthier skills, I can attest to this. Also, I’ve played a lot of guitars and am familiar with Yamaha’s standard setup.

    I did go to 11-52 Elixir Polywebs and lowered the bridge saddle somewhat, but you don’t have to. This is simply my own choice on how I want the guitar to sound and play. It would be good if the LL6M versions I purchased had a gig bag, but you can’t have everything. I debated whether to purchase one of the LL16s or higher, but the LL6M has exceeded my expectations. In my studio these days, I mostly play electric in a harder, yet melodic rock and progressive style, and only utilize acoustic for specific passages. It’s a good sounding and playing acoustic that will fulfill all of my requirements. Maybe for you too.

  3. Damion Jarvis

    The Yamaha L-Series LL16 12-string acoustic boasts a solid Engelmann spruce top and solid rosewood back and sides. For the past 30 years, I’ve been playing. I’ve bought and sold a lot of guitars, both six and twelve-string, simply for me. I’ll never get rid of this Yamaha since it’s the greatest guitar I’ve ever owned. This guitar is the only item I’ll grab before fleeing to another planet if a big asteroid ever takes aim at Earth. Other guitars with an all-solid wood body and a torrified top cost more, despite the fact that this is the most costly instrument I’ve ever purchased.

    Because it advertised a “Free returns for any reason” shipping policy, I took a gamble and bought it without having played it. I had nothing to lose by trying it out in the comfort of my own house. Fortunately, I enjoy it. You get the best of both worlds when a guitar is the size of a dreadnought but has the wider lower bout and narrower waist of a jumbo. The movement and intonation are flawless, making barre chords a breeze and ensuring that all notes, even at the 20th fret, remain in tune. The abalone ring surrounding the soundhole, as well as the die-cast gold tuners, are stunning.

    It’s also the most versatile 12-string I’ve ever had, capable of playing anything other than “Wish You Were Here” or “Wanted Dead or Alive.” It sounds terrific, great, outstanding, astounding, and eerie, to use a few clichéd comic-book words.

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