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Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar Pro Pack - £79.99 @ Woolworths

£79.99 @ Woolworths
Don't know if anyone is interested in this but its a very good deal and the cheapest deal around by a quite a few quid, also free delivery. Description The F310 is the UK's best-selling Acoustic…
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Don't know if anyone is interested in this but its a very good deal and the cheapest deal around by a quite a few quid, also free delivery.

Description

The F310 is the UK's best-selling Acoustic Guitar and we're bringing it to you as part of an affordable, feature-filled Pro Pack. With a spruce top and mahogany back and sides, it has a straight nectk and perfect frets, which make holding chords down super easy. What's more, with the Instant Guitar DVD, padded case and guitar stand, you'll be looking and sounding like a rock musician in no time!

Features

Fantastic quality acoustic guitar
Spruce top, mahogany back and sides
Quality neck and frets

Contents

Spare strings
Plectrums
Guitar strap
Electronic tuner
Instant Guitar DVD (learn songs by The Beatles, U2, Stereophonics, Coldplay and many more)
Padded carry case
Guitar stand

Don't forget 5% Quidco
- gari189
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#1
Not a bad deal....However, I recently bought a fender starter pack, only £5 more and great reviews:

http://www.nevadamusic.co.uk/Guitars/Acoustic_&_Classical_Guitars/Acoustic_Guitars/p1098.aspx
#2
Had this guitar since 2002, play it everyday and just keeps sounding better. An excellent acoustic guitar for the price, and well worth going for as a first acoustic.
#3
I saw this aswell but when asked in my local music shop and the Yamaha was alot better apparently with the fender you are just paying for the name.
This is what was siad to me anyway.
He could not even come close to the price I paid through woolworths
also the look at all the extras in the pack I posted and even all the reviews are good.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000KLJW3K
http://www.nevadamusic.co.uk/Guitars/Acoustic_Classical/Beginner/sc1072/p1991.aspx for just the guitar
#4
I got an F-340 about 6 years ago which I thought sounded nice then after uni I went to Canada for a couple of years, whilst I was over there I went into a guitar shop and asked what their cheapest acoustic was as I was a bit strapped and just wanted something to play so picked up an F-310 for $120, I couldn't believe how good it sounded, it was a lot better quality than I expected and sounded better than the F-340 in my opinion. So if you're wanting to start with an acoustic this is a really good way to go!
#5
Good guitar for the price - Personally I would stay away from Fender acoustic guitars, acoustics are generally not Fender's forte.

If you wanna push the boat out, I couldn't go past a Baby Taylor, great just to have sitting about to play and suitable for a professional musician if you get it mic'd up. ~£300 though.

J
#6
This looks very interesting to me - does anyone know if these are also available in store or if this is online only?

G
#7
The 10% of toy code was working off the Yamaha range too. Good Luck!!!
#8
The F-310 is the entry level acoustic guitar from Yamaha. All Yamaha instruments are good quality whatever the price.

I have had an F-310 since 1999 and can honestly say its a pleasure to play. superbly crafted and an excellent price. The extras on this deal will easily add £30 ish to the value so a Yamaha for £50? BARGAIN.

Incidentally, my F-310 was stored in my wardrobe for 2 years, and when i got it out to play it was still in perfect tune - only a quality guitar stays in tune and this is first rate.

My other guitar is a £600 Takamine and to be honest i prefer the Yamaha. It sounds good, has a good "action" - ideal for a beginner or more advanced player.


Dont go for a cheap Fender - The name is good, but the quality is poor - you need to spend £300+ for a quality Fender.

Buy with confidence.
#9
I have no experience with this guitar, but Yamaha are renowned for the best bang for your buck with beginners guitars, their Pacifica 112 electric guitar is voted the best starter electric in every article I've ever seen. I'd be surprised if it wasn't a solid guitar for the price. Plus, the extras (case, stand, strap etc) would cost you more than £30 to buy separately, so this is HOT.
#10
#11
I have been buying Yamaha acoustics and electro-acoustics for years and to my mind, they offer by far the best price-to-quality ratio of any mainstream guitar manufacturer. I can vouch for the quality and action of their guitars - simply superb, and very playable from a beginner's point of view.

The poster above who made the point about Fender guitars is correct - you are paying for the name, particularly with the acoustic market, where Fender have a fairly poor reputation.
#12
I am new to this but fancy having a go..... Are the guitar stand and carry case worth the extra £16 as the basic set is £63.99? Also - there may be Quidco to be had on this.
#13
Searcher2
I am new to this but fancy having a go..... Are the guitar stand and carry case worth the extra £16 as the basic set is £63.99? Also - there may be Quidco to be had on this.


* Spare strings
* Plectrums
* Guitar strap
* Electronic tuner
* Instant Guitar DVD (learn songs by The Beatles, U2, Stereophonics, Coldplay and many more)
* Padded carry case
* Guitar stand

Strings worth a fiver, plectrums a quid, strap a fiver if you can find one for that price, same again for the tuner, carry case a tenner, and stand ( not shown in photo but i guess comes with it) a tenner.
36 quids worth of extras on top of the guitar. makes the guitar cost 43 quid. ridiculous price for a really nice beginners guitar. Hot
#14
Perfect guitar for beginners at a great price, voted HOT!
#15
yamaha stand itself is for about £13, so it's a good deal.

Does anyone know what the difference is between this one and the Yamaha C40BP? I want to learn how to play and I have rather short fingers....
#16
Thanks for the breakdown... but the basic set has all of that minus the case and stand. I am not sure what I would want a guitar stand for though.
#17
it's always better to put it on a stand than against a wall, as if you walk past it, you knock it and it falls over. ;)

And also you would need the case to carry it around and not gather dust...
#18
Since everyone here know guitars.... where is the best option for a non-acoustic Bass Guitar? My son wants one for Christmas.
#19
freakinaddict
I saw this aswell but when asked in my local music shop and the Yamaha was alot better apparently with the fender you are just paying for the name.
This is what was siad to me anyway.
He could not even come close to the price I paid through woolworths
also the look at all the extras in the pack I posted and even all the reviews are good.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000KLJW3K
http://www.nevadamusic.co.uk/Guitars/Acoustic_Classical/Beginner/sc1072/p1991.aspx for just the guitar


I bought my daughter the Fender package. It doesn't play as well as the Yamaha. The Strat and Tele packages can't be beaten, but their cheap acoustics can't compete with the Yamaha.
#20
i like mine, sounds nice.

can't play it though :(
#21
I have an FG750S and it's absolutely amazing. Yamahas are excellent value for money if you're looking for instruments under £500. Good deal!
#22
tc80tc80
Since everyone here know guitars.... where is the best option for a non-acoustic Bass Guitar? My son wants one for Christmas.


I'd probably say to go with Yamaha again, looking online you can get a pack with a small amp for just under £150.
http://www.nevadamusic.co.uk/Bass_Guitars/Bass_Guitars/Beginner_Bass_Guitar_Packs/p7013.aspx
#23
Been considering this for a long time now took the plunge at this price.

Very good deal.

PS I had problems with Firefox when ordering and creating an account, used IE and no problems going through Quidco. The voucher mentioned is expired.
#24
Copperface;3350442
Been considering this for a long time now took the plunge at this price.


Me too... thanks for the comments above. Went for the £79.99 package.
#25
belovedmonster
I'd probably say to go with Yamaha again, looking online you can get a pack with a small amp for just under £150.
http://www.nevadamusic.co.uk/Bass_Guitars/Bass_Guitars/Beginner_Bass_Guitar_Packs/p7013.aspx


Or from Woolies for £120

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/product/index.jsp?pid=50933501
#26


Seems Woolies is the place to get Yamaha guitars at the moment. I wonder what deals they have on electrics. :thumbsup:

Update: Yup, they are selling Yamaha Pacifica electrics with amp and all the goodies for £120. That is a a steal compared to other starter packs out there.
#27
This does seem like a really good deal given what people who've heard and played the guitar have said.

However, I must defend Fender acoustic guitars: the Gemini II was a brilliant acoustic, but £130; sometimes you can get a 2nd-hand one for about £50 on ebay though - a steal in my view. Perhaps standards have gone downhill but I do love my Fender DG17, which is 13 years old and still going strong, and sounds beautiful.

Given what people are saying here it seems that the Yamaha is the better guitar in this price range, so I've voted hot.
#28
Don't forget the 10% off voucher as well.
#29
When it comes to entry level guitars, The Yamaha is a far better guitar.
#30
belovedmonster
Don't forget the 10% off voucher as well.


What is the latest Voucher? The EarlyBird10 is expired
#31
I've played guitar for about 2 years and then stopped for about 5 years. whats the action like on these guitars? I want to get back in but dont want to spend the earth if the action is rubbish.

oh and for an example of the sound see here http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=wf5xAuBTQb0
#32
Thanks for the deal. Been wanting to start learning the guitar for years and this seems the perfect setup at a great price.
#33
A complete novice here who has never even held a guitar in his life - but looking into gettin started. As someone asked earlier - can someone advise what the difference is between the C40 and the F310?? What would I be best starting up with, or whats the easiest to learn on!?!?
#34
Bought this for £65 from Amazon in february, fantastic guitar for the money, can't go wrong.
#35
Great guitar. Really nice to play.
#36
Would my son eventually be able to play 'smoke on the water' with this guitar?
#37
Great deal, just ordered, and come on the Tigers!
#38
Easily... but sound much better on an electric guitar!:thumbsup:
#39
waldo
Great deal, just ordered, and come on the Tigers!


Can't believe how well they are doing...hope they keep it up!:thumbsup:
1 Like #40
kevsmi
can someone advise what the difference is between the C40 and the F310?? What would I be best starting up with, or whats the easiest to learn on!?!?


The C40 is a classical guitar, for playing classical music. It has nylon strings, huge frets and you play it with finger picking only (no plectrums). It is not the kind of thing that is easy to learn your favourite pop song on, or for strumming around a camp fire. It has a completely different sound from a regular acoustic guitar.

Here is someone playing a classical guitar.
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=98y0Q7nLGWk&feature=related

Unless this is specifically what you want then you just want a regular acoustic.

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