Yamaha SLG100S Silent Steel String Guitar  

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The Yamaha SLG100S silent steel string guitar lets you practice with headphones, yet enjoy the realistic sounds of an acoustic instrument. The Yamaha SLG100S steel string guitar features a lightweight... Read More

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The Yamaha SLG100S silent steel string guitar lets you practice with headphones, yet enjoy the realistic sounds of an acoustic instrument. The Yamaha SLG100S steel string guitar features a lightweight composite body, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, and breaks down quickly to fit into the included gig bag for easy transport. The Yamaha silent guitar's electronics include piezo in-bridge pickups and an internal DSP that reproduces the natural-sounding reverb of a user-selected acoustic space. A mini-jack input lets you connect a CD player for play-along. The Yamaha SLG100S guitar interfaces with the AG Stomp. Includes gig bag.

Features
  • Practice with headphones, yet enjoy the realistic sounds of an acoustic guitar
  • Lightweight composite body
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Breaks down quickly for easy transport
  • Piezo in-bridge pickups
  • Internal DSP reproduces natural-sounding reverb
  • Mini-stereo inputs allow plugging in a CD player for play-along
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YamahaSLG100S Silent Steel String Guitar
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Hitchhikers Guide to the SLG100S

By Christopher

from Austin, TX

Comments about Yamaha SLG100S Silent Steel String Guitar:

I bought this guitar to go easy on my wife while I learn to play fingerstyle and slack key guitar. For practicing silently or working out a song the guitar is already worth the price. I added my Bose noise cancelling headphones for the ultimate setup. But, like others have said, you really get your bang for the buck if you like to play acoustic-electric guitars through an acoustic amp. If you've ever done this you know about the delicate feedback dance you have to go through to get a good sound. With this guitar you can play through the amp at high volume and get an acoustic sound with no feedback. As far as the construction, I find it to be top notch. The look is beautiful and the default action was perfect for me. I changed the strings out for DiAdarrio Medium Phosphor-Bronze EXPs and like the sound a lot. My only gripe is that it does not have a built in tuner like all the other Yamaha acoustic-electrics do. It's not a huge problem because if you're playing through headphones you can use the output jack to plug in a tuner, or if you're playing out to an amp it's easier to use a floor tuner...so enough about that. Finally, a word to the wise. Go ahead and invest in a pair of rechargeable 9V batteries. I have a habit of leaving the thing switched on and this has saved me several trips to the store to buy a new battery.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

rockin taco guitar

By lee

from tustin, Ca

Comments about Yamaha SLG100S Silent Steel String Guitar:

This guitar rocks. I own a taylor 814 and a martin d1 and it's better than both of them. I really bought this for my sons birthday but ended up buying one for myself. It has this great warm sound. Buy it, you will love it. There is nothing bad about it. Rock on rockers

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(15 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I Own

By PRS Player

from Knoxville

Comments about Yamaha SLG100S Silent Steel String Guitar:

I got this guitar for my birthday. I also possess a 1955 Martin D-18 and A PRS McCarty Edition. Although Yamaha isn't a name brand, it is an excellent guitar. I am extremely impressed, a great buy. Double Thumbs Up

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