Designed for performers, Yamaha A-series guitars share many things in common including a stunning fresh look, amazing playability, and the cutting edge S.R.T. (Studio Response Technology) piezo/pickup... Click To Read More About This Product
Designed for performers, Yamaha A-series guitars share many things in common including a stunning fresh look, amazing playability, and the cutting edge S.R.T. (Studio Response Technology) piezo/pickup. They are distinguished by their body style (either dreadnought or concert), the combination of woods, and their preamp configurations. Includes case.
The Yamaha AC1R Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar with SRT Preamp/Pickup is part of the A-series line of Yamaha acoustic-electric guitars.
The AC1R concert-size cutaway is designed for today's player who requires a reliable workhorse that looks, feels, and sounds amazing in all applications.
This is a performance level bang-for-your-buck guitar offering quality build & materials such as; Solid Sitka Spruce Top, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Back/Sides, Ebony Bridge and a neck profile that is a joy to play for hours on end.
The onboard System-66 analog preamp and SRT pickup features a 3-band EQ with adjustable Q (bandwidth) for the midrange and built-in tuner.
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Comments about Yamaha A-Series Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar with SRT Pickup:
I have owner my AC1R Yamaha for almost a year and I am impressed with it every time I play it. It was my 4th guitar and I spent a great deal of time playing other guitars in guitar stores before I bought this one. The tone is impressively clear and refined and it can be played loud without any buzz. The fit and finish is first class and it feels and looks expensive when you hold it. The action is fast and comfortable and the back of the neck has an excellent semi-finished quality that means your hand will never stick to the back of the neck like urethane finishes. The concert size body is smaller than a dreadnought but my guitar always sounds louder and clearer than my friend?s Takamines Ibanez or Fenders etc. The electronics are good too as this guitar sound amazing through my acoustic Peavey E208.