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Yamaha C40 classical guitar Pack - £64.99 delivered

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[mod] 9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
This Yamaha C40 classical guitar Basic Pack has been reduced to just £64.99 delivered from Amazon.

Features: Great for the beginner or intermediate! * Includes DVD * Superb quality nylon strung classical guitar * spruce top and mahogany back and sides produces fantastic tone * Easy to play neck - ideal for beginners

Pack includes spare strings, carry bag, electronic tuner. Instant Guitar DVD (learn songs by The Beatles, U2, Stereophonics, Coldplay and many more)
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[SIZE=2]Technical Details[/SIZE]


[SIZE=1]Full size classical guitar
Spruce top
Mahogany back and sides
Cog machine heads[/SIZE]




[SIZE=2]Manufacturer's Description[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=1]Always very popular with beginners for their ease of playing the classical guitar is playable by all ages and abilities. Built to Yamaha's high standards the C40 produces a big sound and the craftmanship makes the neck easy to play. The package gives you everything you need to start playing straight away. The Instant Guitar DVD will have beginers playing favourite tunes in no time at all.[/SIZE]
#2
"This same pack is £115 at Marshall Ward"

Is it definitely the same pack though? RRP is only £79.99.
#3
Nice find Cat :) Thanks!
[mod]#4
Thanks sean, magic plastic and ray. :)

I did think this was the same pack as Marshall ward, didnt mean to mislead..
#5
Currently trying to learn the guitar along with my daughter - she seems to have natural talent {her mother is very musical) while I seem talentless. Seems this would be good to see if you enjoy learning to play before spending more.
#6
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][SIZE="5"][SIZE="6"]Don't buy cheap guitars folks, you'll be sorry! I've been playing professionaly for 30 years and have learned the hard way. They are rubbish under £200.[/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/COLOR]
#7
Someone might say, "They're the same as the expensive ones" but things that are different cannot be the same!
#8
Predikuesi
Don't buy cheap guitars folks, you'll be sorry! I've been playing professionaly for 30 years and have learned the hard way. They are rubbish under £200.


is that "cheap guitar folks" or "cheap folk guitars"? Seriously though, if you are just starting to learn and don't know if you are going to take to it, £200+ is a lot to pay. Obviously you don't want to learn on one that sound awful even in the hands of a professional, but you also do not need one of professional quality. Most local music shops are very helpful, ours certainly was.
#9
erics
is that "cheap guitar folks" or "cheap folk guitars"? Seriously though, if you are just starting to learn and don't know if you are going to take to it, £200+ is a lot to pay. Obviously you don't want to learn on one that sound awful even in the hands of a professional, but you also do not need one of professional quality. Most local music shops are very helpful, ours certainly was.


That's exactly what a friend of mine said. He know has a warped and useless guitar. If you do buy these cheap ones make sure it has an adjustable tension bar in the neck. You should spot the steel rod if you look inside the sound hole towards the base of the neck.
#10
Predikuesi
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][SIZE="5"][SIZE="6"]Don't buy cheap guitars folks, you'll be sorry! I've been playing professionaly for 30 years and have learned the hard way. They are rubbish under £200.[/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/COLOR]



This seems a bit of a sweeping statement. I have been playing for 16 years and couple of years ago fancied taking up classical guitar, chose a Santos Martinez for about £80 as I recall, just to see how I liked it. Fantastic guitar! Might not be a solid top but I've had it for over 2 years now and only recently have I been thinking of moving on to a more expensive model, as my skills/ear have moved on to requiring a fuller sound and more playable neck on the higher frets. I would never regret paying less than £40 a year to play that guitar ...
#11
extrusion
This seems a bit of a sweeping statement. I have been playing for 16 years and couple of years ago fancied taking up classical guitar, chose a Santos Martinez for about £80 as I recall, just to see how I liked it. Fantastic guitar! Might not be a solid top but I've had it for over 2 years now and only recently have I been thinking of moving on to a more expensive model, as my skills/ear have moved on to requiring a fuller sound and more playable neck on the higher frets. I would never regret paying less than £40 a year to play that guitar ...

If it is so good why bother buying a more expensive one!!!!!!:giggle:
#12
Predikuesi
If it is so good why bother buying a more expensive one!!!!!!:giggle:

Did you just choose to read the bits you wanted to read ?? :whistling: :roll:
#13
Predikuesi
That's exactly what a friend of mine said. He know has a warped and useless guitar. If you do buy these cheap ones make sure it has an adjustable tension bar in the neck. You should spot the steel rod if you look inside the sound hole towards the base of the neck.


You don't get metal rods in the neck of classical guitars as nylon strings don't put the guitar under as much pressure as steel strings. IMHO this would make a good starter guitar to see whether playing the guitar is for you. If you already play a bit, it's probably worth spending more as guitars can last a long time. I've got a classical that's been in the family for 30 years and is still in good working order.
#14
Predikuesi
If it is so good why bother buying a more expensive one!!!!!!:giggle:


Can you point me to a £200 guitar that will last a lifetime and cannot be bettered by spending a more?
#15
jbp
You don't get metal rods in the neck of classical guitars as nylon strings don't put the guitar under as much pressure as steel strings.


He is a professional, I'm sure he knows this? In any case it doesn't take long to detune a guitar to release the tension and retune when you play, especially with an electronic tuner. In fact, many sources seem to recommend it. As someone who is just learning, if I walked into a music shop and they tried to sell me a guitar for £200+ I would think twice before paying out on something that I may or may not stick with and doesn't always have a great resale value.
#16
jbp
You don't get metal rods in the neck of classical guitars as nylon strings don't put the guitar under as much pressure as steel strings. IMHO this would make a good starter guitar to see whether playing the guitar is for you. If you already play a bit, it's probably worth spending more as guitars can last a long time. I've got a classical that's been in the family for 30 years and is still in good working order.


You are right - I did not think of that as I play a steel strung guitar.:oops:
#17
erics
Can you point me to a £200 guitar that will last a lifetime and cannot be bettered by spending a more?


The more you spend, the better the guitar quality!!!! I have been using the same twelve string Yamaha for nearly twenty years. I also own a £300 Ovation that I expect to last just as long. All well built guitars ought to last. You might as well just play cricket with the cheap ones! Hey, maybe that's where the England team went wrong!
:giggle:
#18
i dont think theres a rule saying every guitar under a certain price is bad, sure they dont source the very best materials but in my experience yamaha is world leader in erms of value : quality. Wheras some manufacturers sell simply on theyre brand name i can confidently say ive played guitars that would make the more expensive alternative embarrassed to say the least. Im studing music and also teach guitar part time and i love yamaha guitars, not only do the sound/play well but also i can give them some abuse, something i dare not do with my more expensive toys
#19
Another sweeping statement but... I've never bought any Yamaha musical equipment that I've been disappointed with, and I've bought guitars, trumpets and PA gear, in fact a lot !!
#20
Sorry but for a decent guitar you need to pay about £3000 for a Gibson Custom Shop 1959 Les Paul Standard.
Mind you, I am Slash (ex Guns N Roses) and I've got lots of money in the bank.

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