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Yamaha F310 - Acoustic Guitar - Basic Starter Pack £92.19 delivered @ Amazon

£92.19 @ Amazon
The F310 is the UK's best selling acoustic guitar. Yamaha's reputation for quality ensures that the F310 produces a big tone with plenty of sustain as well as being easy to play. The guitar has a spru…
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The F310 is the UK's best selling acoustic guitar. Yamaha's reputation for quality ensures that the F310 produces a big tone with plenty of sustain as well as being easy to play. The guitar has a spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The straight neck and perfect frets make holding chords down easy for beginners. The basic package gives you everything you need to get started plus a few spares to keep you going. The Instant Guitar DVD will have beginners playing favourite tunes in no time at all.

Comes with all of the following:
# Strings
# Plectrum
# Guitar strap
# Tuner
# DVD
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#1
I have this guitar and it has a great sound for a budget end yamaha. if you are just starting out or getting back into playing again you won`t go wrong with the f 310. voted hot.
#2
nutsinmay
I have this guitar and it has a great sound for a budget end yamaha. if you are just starting out or getting back into playing again you won`t go wrong with the f 310. voted hot.


yea, it's generally regarded as the best acoustic you can get in this price range, and this is the lowest price i've seen for a while. you used to be able to get the f310 for 80plus quid years back, but not anymore unfortunately.

Edited By: nme53 on Nov 06, 2010 11:58: addition.
#3
thats a nice guitar for the price. hot
#4
bought for just about the same price 3 years ago when I started learning, cant reccomend enough :)
1 Like #5
Great price for a quality guitar , i recently upgraded from my old starter guitar to this lovely beast http://www.imuso.co.uk/Acoustic-Guitars/15289-/Vintage-V300-BK-Acoustic-Guitar-Black?utm_source=googleproduct .
I paid £100 in Dolphin Music here in Liverpool and it plays beautifully and has a solid spruce top (which i believe is unusual in an acoustic of this price range) . They have all kinds of colours too , if your on the lookout for a cheap but highly thought of guitar the Vintage V300 is a brilliant guitar for the price.

Here are the other colours http://www.imuso.co.uk/Acoustic-Guitars/Acoustic-Guitars-by-Manufacturer/Vintage-Acoustic-Guitars

Edited By: MinerWilly on Nov 07, 2010 16:42: .
#6
Bought this for my Son about 1 year ago, quality
#7
Yamaha are the kings of budget range guitars. If you are thinking of getting a starter kit of any kind (acoustic, electric, bass) you have to have a pretty good reason not to have the Yamaha on your short list.
#8
This was my very first guitar and still have it in the corner, everytime I pick this guitar up I am reminded how most of the things I know were learnt with this guitar. Fantastic guitar and has a nice sound and perfect for anyone starting out
#9
Can anyone tell me: are the strings are steel or nylon?
#10
GrumpyBob
Can anyone tell me: are the strings are steel or nylon?


Steel strings. Guitars with nylon strings are normally referred to as 'classical' guitars.
1 Like #11
londislagerhound
GrumpyBob
Can anyone tell me: are the strings are steel or nylon?


Steel strings. Guitars with nylon strings are normally referred to as 'classical' guitars.


You can also tell if a guitar is a classical or not simply by looking at the headstock. Classical guitars have slits in the headstock that the strings go into, a regular acoustic does not.

Classic
http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-50110936/stock-photo-guitar-headstock-shot-against-white.html
Regular
http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-46762681/stock-photo--headstock-of-acoustic-black-guitar-close-up.html
#12
My friend has this and its very good for the price, great sound and nice feel for a budget guitar.
I'll be getting one after i get my next amp! :)
#13
Voted hot - I have this guitar and I think I paid just over £100 for this starter pack (from Argos a couple of years ago). If you are new to guitar (as I was) expect your fingers to hurt when you first start!
#14
Got this for Christmas way back in 2002 and am sitting here still playing it now!
I've bought several expensive electrics over the years but never felt the urge to upgrade this acousitc, just love playing it so much. Best value for money thing I've probably ever bought considering how much play it's had!
[helper]#15
Its been this price for ages and up until Tuesday it was cheaper at Argos. In fact if you had bought it from Argos last week (before Monday) you could have got it plus a stand for effectively £82....
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-f310-acoustic-guitar-pack-gu/788905



Edited By: gari189 on Nov 07, 2010 19:30: ?
banned#16
OK I'm stuck now, Do I go for the F310 or the Vintage V300 - I've heard great things about both for beginners (I've never picked up a guitar before!)

Help much appreciated!
1 Like #17
Anarchist
OK I'm stuck now, Do I go for the F310 or the Vintage V300 - I've heard great things about both for beginners (I've never picked up a guitar before!)

Help much appreciated!


I've not tried the Vintage but the Yamaha is brilliant, you will not be disappointed if you get one, it'll have you coming back even if/when you graduate onto a more expensive acoustic.
banned#18
Dannon
I've not tried the Vintage but the Yamaha is brilliant, you will not be disappointed if you get one, it'll have you coming back even if/when you graduate onto a more expensive acoustic.

Thanks for helping settle my mind - I have a £20 voucher for Amazon so I guess this makes even more sense!
#19
Dumb Question: If you're just starting out and don't want to annoy everyone around you would a cheap electric make more sense? Since you could practice that with a headset on? Or should you always start out with a wood guitar?
#20
I can vouch for both really - just to unsettle you, I have a Vintage VEC500 and although it's over £30 more, I much prefer it, the Yamaha can sound a little thin in comparison though it's still a tuneful lightweight guitar.
#21
UnoriginalGuy
Dumb Question: If you're just starting out and don't want to annoy everyone around you would a cheap electric make more sense? Since you could practice that with a headset on? Or should you always start out with a wood guitar?


Electric guitars are made out of wood too you know.

Electric guitar would be quieter if you plugged headphones into the amp yes.
1 Like #22
I reckon you should go to a music shop and get a feel for both the Yamaha and Vintage V300 , personally i think the V300 sounds better and it is slightly less thick so for a beginner its a little more comfortable to play BUT if you have a £20 voucher for Amazon just go for it mate and get the Yamaha because £72 plus the strap , tuner , picks , dvd and spare strings is an absolute bargain and thats what we are all here for .
banned#23
MinerWilly
I reckon you should go to a music shop and get a feel for both the Yamaha and Vintage V300 , personally i think the V300 sounds better and it is slightly less thick so for a beginner its a little more comfortable to play BUT if you have a £20 voucher for Amazon just go for it mate and get the Yamaha because £72 plus the strap , tuner , picks , dvd and spare strings is an absolute bargain and thats what we are all here for .

Done and ordered! :)

Can't wait to get my hands on it now!
[helper]#24
UnoriginalGuy
Dumb Question: If you're just starting out and don't want to annoy everyone around you would a cheap electric make more sense? Since you could practice that with a headset on? Or should you always start out with a wood guitar?
This page gives some good advice - basically the electric is easier but you should get the type you want to play....
http://guitar.about.com/od/commonbeginnerquestions/a/elec_vs_acoust.htm
#25
UnoriginalGuy
Dumb Question: If you're just starting out and don't want to annoy everyone around you would a cheap electric make more sense? Since you could practice that with a headset on? Or should you always start out with a wood guitar?

Not a dumb question! Electrics are much easier to play when you're starting out, and the headset is a good point. You can always play it without plugging it in too
[helper]#26
This was up to £99 yesterday and this morning but price is now back down to £92.19......I'll ask a mod to unexpire....

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