Inspired by the 1974 Yamaha Super Flighter guitar, the Yamaha Revstar RS620 solidbody electric guitar combines distinctive looks with cutting tone. The mahogany body and flame maple top are contour... read more
Inspired by the 1974 Yamaha Super Flighter guitar, the Yamaha Revstar RS620 solidbody electric guitar combines distinctive looks with cutting tone. The mahogany body and flame maple top are contoured for gigging comfort, while the medium neck profile and jumbo frets deliver smooth, precise playability. A pair of Yamaha VH5 humbucking pickups serves up a wide tonal range, further enhanced by the push-pull Dry switch that enables single-coil-like tones. With excellent craftsmanship, distinguished tone, and great playability, the Yamaha Revstar RS620 is an outstanding guitar in its class.
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there are so many thigns going right with this guitar
for about $500 I think this is the finest Gibson scale guitar you can buy.... the low-cut control doesn't exactly simulate a single coil but its a useful feature if you're like me and you use old, no tone control amps a lot. The stock hardware and electronics are great. Fit and finish flawless. Yamaha can still make a great set-neck. Anyone looking for an affordable double cut should try one of these out. Pretty much all the different range revs are good, but this one's the best balance of cost versus quality. If you're an intermediate player looking for a new #1 or an experienced player looking for something versatile to add to your recording stable you should make sure to try one of these out. I wasn't even shopping for a guitar when I got this, we just found eachother.
Not as good as I expected
After I found out that my favourite acoustic was made by Yamaha, I decided to try out some of their electrics. This guitar is really chunky, and as a result has a chunky sound. This is good, but is nothing compared to my acoustic. Sorry, Yamaha, it has to be said...