Yamaha C40 Classical Guitar Bundle (includes AT-300B Clip-On Tuner, Basic Gig Bag And Spare Strings) - £79.99 @ DV247
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Yamaha C40 Classical Guitar Bundle (includes AT-300B Clip-On Tuner, Basic Gig Bag And Spare Strings) - £79.99 @ DV247

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Found 27th Dec 2015
Price of £79.99 includes £4.99 postage.

** Actual deal is available in the 'bundle box' at the bottom of the page **

The whole (delivered) package is only £2 more than just the guitar itself at DV247 and in most other places the guitar alone is £94.

This get excellent reviews for what it is, a beginner's classical guitar.
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    that is a really good deal, well spotted!
    Disagree. For £9 more (£4 with student discount) on Amazon you can get a Yamaha F310. Far better beginner guitar. Yeah you don't get a gig bag or tuner but phones are better tuners these days anyway. Anyway all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument.
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    yonifinke

    Disagree. For £9 more (£4 with student discount) on Amazon you can get a Y … Disagree. For £9 more (£4 with student discount) on Amazon you can get a Yamaha F310. Far better beginner guitar. Yeah you don't get a gig bag or tuner but phones are better tuners these days anyway. Anyway all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument.



    Don't know where to start with this yonifinke, but I'll have a go anyway:

    1. This is not a deal for any old 'beginner's' guitar, it is specifically for a Yamaha C40 + bundle.

    2. The Yamaha F310 can actually be had for £87 (cheaper than the shop you mentioned) + bundle at https://www.bax-shop.co.uk/acoustic-guitar-set/yamaha-f310p2-starter-pack-steel-string-guitar?gclid=CP31x9Kg_skCFYWfGwodG3YLZA.

    Perhaps most importantly however is the fact that the C40 is a classical guitar and the F310 is an acoustic. Two entirely different beasts meant for different styles of music. To advise someone to get an acoustic if they're looking for a classical (or vice-versa) is simply wrong and ill-informed.

    What do you mean by 'phones are better tuners these days anyway'? Better in what way if they both get the correct pitch from any given string?

    What do you mean by 'all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument'? Given that you've compared a classical instrument with an acoustic, what makes you think this?
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