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Yamaha CS40 II (Natural) 3/4 Classical Guitar (Ex-Demo) £65 inc shipping @ Coolshop
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Yamaha CS40 II (Natural) 3/4 Classical Guitar (Ex-Demo) £65 inc shipping @ Coolshop

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Posted 3rd Jul
Seems like they have a few in stock, really great instrument for the price to start on for younger beginners, or to be used as a travel guitar due to small size. Next best price I can find is Muziker at 104 quiddos.

NOTE: Demo/Display Model from showroom. In good condition.

Smaller version of the Yamaha C40. Perfect for kids that are just getting started. The classic CS40 guitar is one of the most popular beginner guitars around. The outstanding tone and quality that this instrument holds, gives you the best entry into the new world of music - and only goes to show that a great guitar doesn't have to cost a fortune.

Specifications:

  • Size: 3/4
  • Top: Spruce
  • Side: Meranti
  • Back: Meranti
  • Neck: Nato
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Color: Natural
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Great price, but also worth bearing in mind that the neck on classical guitars is quite wide for small hands. My lad finds it easier with an electric guitar.
RuudBullit03/07/2019 15:32

Great price, but also worth bearing in mind that the neck on classical …Great price, but also worth bearing in mind that the neck on classical guitars is quite wide for small hands. My lad finds it easier with an electric guitar.


In the end it's down to what they want to play. I think if you have proper technique the hand size barely matters , unless we are talking for very small children. That said, classical is much easier on the fingertips than electric, and way easier than acoustic. due to the lower tension on the strings, and them being softer and thicker. I would definitely much rather start on classical than acoustic, that's for sure! But if they want to play electric, then go for electric from the get-go.
Edited by: "yomanation" 3rd Jul
I have purchased many Guitars & Uke's and try to learn, but i lose my temper and they end up being smashed up..its the same with a keyboard, purchased a few, but my right hand just does what my left hand does... Ahhhhhh
Fugazy03/07/2019 19:55

I have purchased many Guitars & Uke's and try to learn, but i lose my …I have purchased many Guitars & Uke's and try to learn, but i lose my temper and they end up being smashed up..its the same with a keyboard, purchased a few, but my right hand just does what my left hand does... Ahhhhhh


Just be patient, jeez.
Uware now, the guitar is out of stock
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