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Yamaha Acoustic Guitars + Free THR5A Amp - Yamaha AC1MIITBS £529 / Yamaha AC3M ARE Solid Top, Back & Sides - £699 @ Guitar Guitar
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Yamaha Acoustic Guitars + Free THR5A Amp - Yamaha AC1MIITBS £529 / Yamaha AC3M ARE Solid Top, Back & Sides - £699 @ Guitar Guitar

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Posted 15th May
Spotted this earlier and also saw that Joni23 posted the A1RIITBS model in at £569. There are a few alternatives that I thought I'd shout up about, both slightly cheaper and some solid top, back and sides models thrown in there too.

Yamaha makes some excellent instruments as it is, so to have the amp added into the deal, makes them that little bit more tempting, especially if you were going to buy an amp anyway.

Anything sub £699 that's on offer in the sale list, looks to be solid top and laminate back & sides. Above that price point are solid all round. Obviously you'd check to make sure before buying, as I've not gone through each and every model.

Beautiful guitars and a well reviewed amp to go with it. The amp is £240 on GuitarGuitar on it's own, but most places at £169 or thereabouts. My next best price is based on the cheapest example here + the cheapest price on the amp elsewhere



Yamaha AC1MIITBS Tobacco Sunburst + Yamaha THR5A Amp - £529

Yamaha AC1MII VN Vintage Natural + Yamaha THR5A Amp - £529

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Top - Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides - Mahogany
Neck - 3-ply African Mahogany
Fingerboard & Bridge - Rosewood
Nut Width - 43mm
Scale Length - 650mm
Tuners - Die-cast chrome
Electronics - System71 + SRT Piezo
Controls - Vol, 3-band EQ, Tuner, Mid FQ



Yamaha AC3M ARE VN Vintage Natural + Yamaha THR5A Amp - £699

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Top - Solid Sitka Spruce Top with A.R.E
Back and Sides - Solid Mahogany
Bracing - New Scalloped Bracing for Louder, Richer Acoustic Sound
Pickup - Natural, Dynamic Plugged-in Sound by SRT2 System
Neck Profile - High Comfort Neck Profile



Yamaha A3RAREVN Vintage Natural + Yamaha THR5A Amp - £749

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Top - Solid Sitka Spruce A.R.E. with Scalloped Bracing
Back - Solid Rosewood
Sides - Solid Rosewood
Neck - Mahogany + Rosewood 5ply
Fingerboard - Ebony
Nut & Saddle - Urea
Binding - Mahogany + Cream
Electronics - SYSTEM71 (SRT2 System) + SRT Piezo Pickup
Controls - Vol/Mic Type Select(2 types)/Treble/Bass/SRT-Piezo Blend/AFR




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Amp Specs
Utilising advanced modeling technologies developed by Yamaha, THR5A offers simulations of classic tube condenser and dynamic mics combined with studio-grade effects to create recording-studio tone direct from your guitar and wherever you are.

Sounds
  • Amp Type: CONDENSER*, DYNAMIC*, TUBE*, NYLON*, EG CLN (*Mic simulation)
  • Effects: COMPRESSOR, COMPRESSOR/CHORUS, CHORUS, FLANGER*, PHASER*, TREMOLO*, DELAY, DELAY/REVERB, HALL REVERB, SPRING REVERB*, *NOISE GATE (*only available in the THR Editor)

Digital Section
  • Chromatic Tuner: Yes

Hardware
  • Controller/Switch: MIC TYPE, BLEND/GAIN, MASTER, TONE, EFFECT, DLY/REV, VOLUME, TAP/TUNER Switch
  • Connections: INPUT (Standard Mono Phone), PHONES (Standard Stereo Phone), AUX IN (Stereo Mini), USB
  • Speakers: 8cm Full Range x 2
  • Rated Output: 10W (5W + 5W)

Power Source
  • Power Source: AC Adaptor EADP-38EB A or UIB345-1530 (included)
  • Battery: AA alkaline batteries (approx. 6 hours) or Nickel-hydride batteries (approx. 7 hours) * Depending upon usage and conditions

Size/Weight
  • Width: 271mm
  • Height: 167mm
  • Depth: 120mm
  • Weight: 2.0kg

Others
  • Accessories: AC Adapter, USB Cable, Stereo Mini Cable, Owner’s Manual, Cubase AI Download Code
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6 Comments
I've had a Yamaha (720) for many years. They make lovely instruments, I always think they are overlooked in the mid to high end. Good deal
SuperJC15/05/2020 17:36

I've had a Yamaha (720) for many years. They make lovely instruments, I …I've had a Yamaha (720) for many years. They make lovely instruments, I always think they are overlooked in the mid to high end. Good deal


I felt that recently while I was shopping around. I nearly bought one, but backed out as I had so much choice on my silly short list, that was longer than the M6. It was only because I picked up a deal that was too good to be true on a pre-owned Faith (Turned out to be true) That I didn't end up with one.

I may have to go try a few out once we're able to again. Mayyyyyyyybe won't tell the other half
I had two Guitars, since more have been posted on here, I now have 4... Faith are lovely guitars also. Everyone raves about the Pacifica as a starter guitar but they make some great electrics - this isn't aimed at you but I think sometimes they don't have the 'cool' name
SuperJC15/05/2020 17:53

I had two Guitars, since more have been posted on here, I now have 4... …I had two Guitars, since more have been posted on here, I now have 4... Faith are lovely guitars also. Everyone raves about the Pacifica as a starter guitar but they make some great electrics - this isn't aimed at you but I think sometimes they don't have the 'cool' name


Hmm, maybe next week I shall see what I can hunt out on the Yamaha front. Totally agree though, they kind of get lost with some of the other names out there.
Not sure about the guitar but the amps are incredible, I have the thr10 and it's worth every penny and more!
I’ve just took a punt and went for the A3CR in Natural Vintage. £750 with the amp. Reviews compare it to a £1000+ quality guitar. Too good of an opportunity to pass up. Thanks for posting
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