Beginners will appreciate the level of quality found in the C and CS series classic guitars. These quality instruments deliver outstanding cost performance with exceptional playability and superb tone. The C series are full-size instruments with a...
In this video of Children of Bodom guitarist, Roope Latvala, he shows us one of his first guitars. This model is a Yamaha c40 Classical Guitar. "Classical...the only one. I got this when I was 13 years old. Still plays good. Don't have the nails, I haven't been practicing much classical lately, but I do have one." - Roope Latvalamore
Beginners will appreciate the level of quality found in the C and CS series classic guitars. These quality instruments deliver outstanding cost performance with exceptional playability and superb tone. The C series are full-size instruments with a level of quality only Yamaha can deliver. The CS models are compact classic guitars perfect for beginner players.
Body Finish Gloss Control Interface
String Strings Scale 650 mm (25 9/16") Design/Architecture Detail
Body Depth 94-100 mm (3 11/16"-3 15/16") Finger Board Width (Nut/Body) 52 mm (2 1/16") Material
Top Spruce Back Meranti Side/Rib Meranti Neck Nato Finger Board Rosewood Bridge Rosewood
A great sounding, first guitar. Pros will look further up the price ladder, but for those starting out, this guitar will provide you with more than a few years of usefulness, if not more.
I think this is a very good guitar for a person starting classical guitar, or for someone who wants to learn/play classical guitar as a hobby. For the cost it is value for money. The only issue I have with it is that the sound balance seems to be a bit bass heavy.
I picked this cheap classical up when I was listening to some more spanish-influenced music, and also some music that just used softer tones. This is an excellent purchase, as It is quite cheap and plays exceptionally well.