5.0 of 5 stars. Thanks for sharing. I have not bought a guitar to date that I have not fiddled a little with the truss rod or the saddle in order to get the exact feel I want. Thank you Michi, After reviewing, I was aware of the modeling, but was sure there was a condenser. I honestly wish I had this kind of pickup system bundled with solid tonewoods for under $1,000 when I was purchasing my last guitar. Phil, thanks for taking the time. I would recommend that if anyone did buy a guitar of this price range and found some noticeable manufacturing blemishes that were obviously in the craftsmanship, send it back and get a refund. button, the pickup system instantly identifies the resonating frequency of the feedback that is occuring and notches it out of the output frequencies (Eq) for instant cancelling of any annoying or sudden feedback caused by ambience or environmental cues and feedbacks. If you do decide to buy the Yamaha AC3R (concert size) you will not be disappointed. The SRT2 allows you to blend the sound of an under-bridge piezo with the preamp signal, which models the sound of the guitar being miked with either a Neumann U 67 or Royer R-122 in the studio. It sounds great plugged into a PA and over time we'll see just how durable it is. and do a lot of personal testing. Does this yamaha A3 series come in a "lefty" version? Kevin Garner, NC, Kevin- that's great to hear. Yamaha’s SRT2 pickup-and-preamp system comes standard on the ACR5. Keen- thanks for the feedback. Good volume without feedback. The guitar is nicely built. That is why I started this years ago, because I had friends who were going to pay too much for a guitar just because of the name. Recently My Wife and I started to recover financially. I no longer had any acoustics left so I started researching some Mid-Lines, ie, MIM Fenders, MIM Used Martins and Yamahas (of which I had absolutely no knowledge!) He sold the A3. Hope this helps. In the old days, feedback from an instrument, including an acoustic guitar could wreak havoc on a performance or recording, sending a building and annoying squeal of sound through the audience. Unique touches on the Corgan include brass bridge pins and a Graph Tech Tusq nut and compensated saddle, which, in conjunction with the L-series top bracing, are said to increase the low- and upper-midrange presence. If you find out differently, please drop a comment here on this page so we can update it! The tonality is going to be very similar, but with the A3R you will pay less and get a great pickup as well. Hi Aaron Schulman thanks for your webpage clear explaination, Kelvin- You are welcome! I'll bet that will be a great test outside of a controlled studio setting, although I know it will perform greatly! Gave the truss rod a tweak for more bow. Sounds like you have some specific customizations but obviously you are very pleased with the final value! Are both the SRT and the SRT 2 system the same. It is no problem to sand it down and form it like it is meant to be by sanding it only in the middle region on the edge of a table for example. But, to my confusion, the review about the srt-system is wrong. It was a lot of work testing and researching and writing about these guitars. 1- Under what circumstances are you going to do most of your playing (private, recording studio, live performance)? If you buy this guitar here through Amazon, it will go through a 3rd Party Music Supply Vendor with an A+ BBB rating and for just $1 extra dollar you can buy the bundle which includes over $80 worth of guitar accessories including, The best deal, getting the guitar bundle with all of the extra accessories for an extra $1 is at Amazon.com here. A regular "piezo-only" pickup cannot capture the true acoustic guitar sound like this SRT. Cheers, Aaron Pico - Chico, CA, Thanks Aaron- about the Chinese made vs. American made. Like I said in the review- had they made this model when I was in college, I would have bought one hands down!! The Yamaha AC5R features a solid Sitka top that is treated at high heat to remove moisture and volatiles, resulting in greater stability and beautiful aged color. Furthermore, ‘Yamaha’ was the name appearing on the headstocks of some of the prime movers of the British folk movement - Bert Jansch, for instance, was an early adopter. The irony is that I haven't been able to physically hold or play a Yamaha A series guitar as all of the vendors in my area do not stock them regularly, although they can special order it within 5 days or I can order it online on my own. Amazing sound right away! I am not sure about the case, but see Steve's comment below. There are so many conflicting stories concerning the saddle on this guitar. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. -Aaron from Strumviews. (I use a Yamaha THR5A) When amplified, a clear, balanced, warm sound is the most important thing and this gitar gives you exactly that. Knob (A): Volume Control Controls output volume. Hi Aaron, I´m Roberto, from Argentina, I really appreciate your detailed comments and descriptions of this guitar. Thanks Jose for your honesty. Hope this helps! The passive pickup has no onboard controls, so adjustments to tone and feedback frequencies are best left to a skilled soundperson or your outboard preamp. A lot went into this review and I am glad you appreciate it! Meanwhile, some fingerpicked arpeggios revealed its warm sustain, though the AC5R doesn’t necessarily deliver the thrilling voice you find with the best modern and vintage steel-strings. I have never played Yamaha's before, but I did like an Eastman SS dread that I tried a couple years ago. A lot of people have enjoyed this guitar and have purchased it after reading this review. It all started years ago when a friend of mine was going to invest $1200 in an acoustic and he almost bought an poorly crafted guitar simply because it had the Gibson name on it. I too purchased this terrific instrument based on your incredibly detailed review. The Royer R-122 - a ribbon style microphone is great for rounding out and smoothing the tones for Jazz and Blues playing - this microphone model gives a warmer, wider and smooth tone response for the more mellow acoustic sweetness, Mahogany sounds more punchy in the mid-range and treble or higher ranges, lacking a bit in the bass projection. Though the nut is on the narrow side at 1.6875 inches, it feels roomy enough for the fretting fingers and for fingerpicking. My FG730S has deft action not to mention its subtle balance between high and low end tones. Thanks for the kind comment Mark. I wondered are you or have you done any reviews of the Yamaha AXP1000? The. 2 . John, very glad this helped! is Yamaha’s patented process for wood seasoning aimed at creating a warmer, more vintage-like tone. It feels like Im stealing from Yamaha. With the finest wood materials like the spruce top, nato back and sides, and rosewood fingerboard and bridge, this guitar belongs to the category of the highest quality guitars. The actual average playing voltage of a 9V (PP3) system is around 7.5 V. While playing with a slightly weakened 9V battery, one can experience distortion and interruption of the sound as the voltage begins to drop, well before the battery is dead. . Made with the discerning professional guitarist in mind, the AC5R ARE is crafted in Japan for superb build quality. The way the ease the sides of the fret board and frets seems to reduce the neck width. Jerry, Jerry, thank you for bringing this up. Using the "Focus" setting, one can hone in on the close and crisp sound of the acoustic guitar tonewoods and strings as thought the guitar were miced right near the soundhole for direct, up front, real acoustic sound. Very few guitar reviews ever mention if this guitar comes in a LEFT HAND VERSION. When I first wrote this post, it was unclear to me and the more research I have done, the more I realized that each model in the A-series has been professionally recorded. Ultimately, it will come down to whether you like Rosewood vs. Mahogany, and whether you can deal without having a digital tuner onboard. To my knowledge there are no classical models with this pickup system. As I performed and sing with my acoustic electric guitar on stage and in churches, I need a guitar with a good active preamp system so that I would be able to set the sound on the guitar. On-board tuner for string tuning accuracy. I am not sure what you have available in Singapore, but there are a lot of great guitars in the $1,000 to $2500 range, and the purpose of this website is to focus more on guitars in the $200 to $1500 range, because once you get into the professional lines above $1500, you really get into some very fine preferences that mostly appeal to more accomplished players. Thanks for any info on ZAD's and the great review on Yamaha. The AC5R has a 14-7/8-inch-wide cutaway concert body and active electronics—onboard microphone modeling that can blend with the undersaddle pickup. is hand's down the best value A/E under $1000, Takamine EF341SC vs Yamaha A3R for ease of playability. One thing I have noticed is no mention of the Neck setup or truss rod. I was also shown model LLX16 with the latest A.R.T. But the salesman showed me a Yamaha FGX5 Red Label ($1300) and I was blown away by how awesome it sounded. Sorry X-man... wish I had better news for you, but I searched Yamaha's site and I also called their tech support for guitars (waited for a while) but found out they only have 2 acoustic series for left-handed players. The Red Label FSX5 is equipped with Yamaha’s Atmosfeel pickup and preamp system. It also sounds great plugged in! Could you mention in your reviews if the guitar is also made in left handed? On the other hand. Complete Resonance Control allows the player to gain body resonance, tones and overtone vibration from the acoustic guitar body for a richer tone and experience. Re: the transacoustic: I’d get a regular acoustic and add a Tonewood Amp. The system automatically detects the frequency causing feedback and applies a -12dB notch filter. However, since you already have a "heart" for the Takamine, I would not want to steer you away from it as you will not be disappointed in that decision at the lower price point. Some tape and tissue on the batteries themselves seems to have quelled that. Where to buy this guitar online - some suggestions. Aaron, you're the man! Anyway, just to clarify, the Yamaha A-Series are ALL Venetian Cutaways, as the "C" stands for Concert in the model naming system. . However, condensers can also be processed and have modeling processed after the signal and before the output, but I am sure you are correct on the Yamaha A3R. Regards upper bout/waist/lower bout) between the two models? The "R" stands for Rosewood and the "M" Stands for Mahogany, but look closely. Post Aug 08, 2019 #2 2019-08-07T16:23. I'll get the other dimensions posted here once I hear back. Thanks in advance!! 113 14. The bottom line is that the Yamaha’s AC5R is an excellent-playing and good-sounding modern guitar that would definitely be an asset for a gigging singer-songwriter. Thanking you in advance. The "non-C" models will definitely give more of a bass response than the "C" models because of this "Dreadnought size and design. Of all the material that I have reviewed (including Yamaha's site) I could not find anything on the physical size difference between the dreadnought vs. concert. I think the CPX series is a lighter guitar on the whole than the A series which I find favourable. SRT2 is a new pickup system developed independently by Yamaha and optimized for stage performance. I do not review cases so much, but really got my education in the design and the tonewoods for acoustics, because I had so much trouble in the early days finding consistent quality between manufacturers, but the Yamaha A Series is one of the very best guitars for the buck! I am Aaron Schulman, a guitar player (since 1990), musician (since 1986), song-writer and teacher. Yamaha CPX1000 NT. i purchased a yamaha a3r 2017 model...what do you think of the srt2 system in this version? This series in particular pays homage to the first of the Japanese built Yamaha production acoustic guitar model dating back to 1966 – the FG180. (ALSO in the original SRT pickup), Knob (B): Treble Control Level adjustments for the high frequency (treble) range. When it is plugged, I assume that there´s no (or little) difference because the enterely sound is digitally procesed by the piezo pickup and it electronic proccesor that simulates the guitar ambient sound, Are you agree? In Canada in order to get solid back and sides you looking at 2300.00 cdn. I have also asked them if they could provide me with Yamaha Japan head office email address as I want to write to them but was told that they do not have any. Do you or anyone out there know the dimensions (i.e. From your review it sounds like the Fender Acoustasonic 90 or the Marshall Acoustic AS50D would be great fits for my needs and budget. I agree with your evaluation of the A3R. It was a lot of work but I really like the quality of the Yamaha A Series guitars for the money and wanted other people to know about it! Part of the reward is having people like you read and reply and actually get some help and clarity on any guitar I review. From a piezo sound that cuts through a mix to a warm, pure acoustic sound recorded using a vintage microphone in a recording studio, SRT2 allows you to mix sounds to attain the exact balance you want to achieve a distinctive tone. Mahogany is essentially a more mid and treble range tonewood, expressing much less in the bass EQ than Rosewood, so they matched the mics more suitable to the Mahogany overtones. Yamaha FSX5 NT. You won’t find a better mid-range acoustic guitar than the Yamaha FG80, which has stood the test of time and gotten even better. Please continue your great work. The warranty insurance providers must be the same or similar online because the pricing seems to be about the same at $130 extra for 3 years of coverage, but you have to be sure to purchase the extra coverage if you want it. wood-torrefaction treatment. So although there is no direct condenser, it will blend based on the studio modeling and the model of the body style of each A series guitar, giving you more than 1 mic - but essentially 3 professional mics in multiple positions. Basically I love the body depth of a CPX series and that it actually has an adjustable mic on the CPX1500 with the old version of the SRT. I guess what I am asking is, do you have any experience with the CPX 1500 or 1200 in terms of their sound as solid bodies, size, playability and electronics in comparison to the AC5R? Hello Aaron...I have reviewed thehttp://amzn.to/1RR9jP4http://amzn.to/1RR9jP4 extensively and must say that your assessment is the most comprehensive that I have come across. Many people cannot hear the difference, but most guitar players with any experience can definitely hear the difference. 1 . As many of these guitars that are distributed, there's always going to be a few that are slightly in need of adjustment. Steve. The SRT original reveals the entire preamp body installed on the side of the guitar, showing all of the electronics. 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The pickup system puts my Guild and my Eastman to shame and now it is my main gigging guitar. There was a young man who come to the store looking for a Taylor, but after playing my A3R he's now a believer. Aaron, Thank you so much for all the helpful information. It does, however, mean a smaller, "Concert" model which may be a bit easier to hold and play for mid to small size players. Yamaha CPX1000 BS. The Original SRT Preamp: The SRT - Studio Response Technology - is the best on the market for under $1000, but the quality doesn't stop there. Not only does the SRT have an on-board tuner, but it is engineered to match the subtleties of each acoustic guitar model for the most accurate string tuner. Yamaha’s new FG/FS Red Label lineup visually evokes those early red-label FG Yamaha steel-strings. We'll get to the differencese between Yamaha A-series models below, but first we have to discuss why the SRT pickup system blows the other pickup systems out of the water for guitars in this "under $1000" crowd (and even most in the "above $1000" crowd). Yamaha FSX5 NT. Few have explained the intricacies of the pickup system nor the and subtleties of tone woods as we as you have. It’s ideal for beginners and newer players, but will also impress in the hands of seasoned acoustic guitarists. We recently received a pair of guitars that show what Yamaha is excelling at: well-built, attractive six-strings at prices that might send other makers scrambling to match. With more than 50 years of making guitars under its belt, Yamaha has long been known for instruments that guitarists like. (ALSO in the original SRT pickup). and another one, is there a lot of quality difference between AC3 and APX series?Thanks in advance for your answer.Best Regards from Argentina. The Rosewood versions (labeled with the letter "R" in the model number) have the Neumann U67 and the Royer R122 and not the Neumann KM56 as shown below. I am not sure if I can do the research and get to play an SRT2 before Christmas, but will try. Greetings from Malaga - Spain. Onstage use was one of Corgan’s primary requirements and the BC’s undersaddle pickup and downsized jumbo shape help to give a live tone less inclined toward feedback. I did not go into as much depth, but there's enough there to help steer people in the right direction. I encourage everyone to try this guitar, you will be impressed! If you filed or sanded the saddle or nut, you might want to try getting a new one or putting a thin shim under the nut on the 5th and 6th string end (kind of tapered). Thanks for stopping by and your comment, Martin. . Rosewood sounds more full and balanced in all ranges, offering the best eq response and projection (also being a favorite of many world class luthiers or guitar makers). Therefore which is a better buy? The A1 Series offers laminated sides and back whereas the A3 series offers solid tonewood sides and back, so the difference between "R" and "M" in this series will be more significant if you are looking to buy an A-3 Series. (Studio Response Technology). Great question! This has been the most in-detail review on the latest Yamaha range and it helped me a great deal to make the right purchase decision. There will always be a few nay-sayers for just about any guitar, but 99% of people who play this and have purchased it are able to recognize what a great value it is as well. It's brighter than my Martin 17M (but not as bright as a Taylor), and more condusive to singing along with (because I understand that it's not competing with your voice at the same frequencies). For the limited edition LJ16BC—150 in vintage natural finish, like our tester, and 50 in sunburst—Corgan worked with Yamaha on a model that features modified non-scalloped bracing, which the company claims helps produce a bright tone with enhanced low-end, and a five-piece mahogany/rosewood neck with a flattened-V headstock. The nut width on all are 43 MM | The string length is 650 MM -. I really prefer Rosewood because of it's wider EQ response than Mahogany which tends to project more in the id range, whereas Rosewood's natural resonance amplifies more bass sound, giving the guitar a richer, fuller sound. Thanks Aaron and happy St Patrick's Day (almost!). (Listen to Josh Gooch play some Amazing blues riffs and a detailed description of the SRT system). In the more than half-century since, we have balanced traditional guitar craft with a spirit of constant refinement, pursuing our vision of the ideal Yamaha folk guitar. (I use a Yamaha THR5A) When amplified, a clear, balanced, warm sound is the most important thing and this gitar gives you exactly that. The SRT pickup system is great, as you can dial it to the sound that you like the best. Facts and figures on the Yamaha FG830 Solid Top Acoustic Guitar: Body shape: Dreadnought or concert My rate is 10 over 10. Hope this helps and I hope I understood your question accurately. It's that good for the money. If you need the punchiness of a bluegrass, Mahogany sound, you can accentuate the mid and treble ranges and back the bass off a bit. Product Price $1,399.99. Years ago a friend of mine had a Larrivee that had a solid flame maple back and sides, and the biggest difference I could hear and feel when playing was how little bass projection comes from flame maple, and how much more warmth and boomy bass comes from a solid Rosewood guitar body. In other words, the SRT1 allowed you to model 2 mic setups- a focus setup meaning 1 close mic vs. a wide setup which means a close mic and a distant mic giving more studio resonance. Unplugged, the Yamaha sounded at least as good if not better (just imagine the comparison plugged in). Thanks Ontario Canada. I love the porous mahogany neck on the. (Studio Response Technology). Thanks again for bringing this up. Let us know if you have a chance to buy one and compare! . Once again thanks, Thanks for taking the time to share this much detail! The nut width (width of the neck at the nut near the head) is within 0.5 of a mm of each other, so the width of the fretboard will feel virtually the same. If you prefer the richer, darker brown color, then the "R" or Rosewood might be for you. $1,465. NOK 7,099. This will be all personal preference, and I doubt you will be disappointed with your Takamine purchase. 2 . I actually bought the Yamaha A3CR and love it! It feels just as effortless to hold barre chords for extended stretches as it does to play brisk single-note runs and even bend the strings. This can clearly be seen in the paperwork that comes with the guitars (in fact: chinese-made, not USA) and also if you pull out the electronics (was necessary for a repair in my guitar). We've certainly had our ups and downs in our family. However I do have a few "concerns" about the quality of construction. Thank you Dave! Between these two guitars which would you say would sound better unplugged? Aside from its oddly shaped pickguard (borrowed from Yamaha’s 1970s N1000 steel-string), the AC5R has an elegant appearance, with a simple wooden mosaic rosette, complemented by mahogany binding and back strip. This is the only review with detailed information that I have yet found. I came across you impeccable review of the SRT system and your heroic follow up on all the comments! I led him to another guitar in the same price range that was at least 3 times better quality! Both guitars have onboard electronics and touches that lend a comfy, played-in feel, namely rolled fingerboard edges and a straighter, less tapered neck. Thanks Howe Thomas, Yes- the Yamaha A3 Series series has a truss rod for adjusting the set of the neck & strings. His guitar was very vibrant and responsive, but definitely dominated in the mid range.My preference is Rosewood because, in my opinion, it is always easier to compress the natural sound from an acoustic guitar than it is to try to get more expression that is not there naturally from the tonewoods. It will be hard to find an equal match to this kind of microphone and piezo pickup quality on any acoustic electric guitar, even on guitars costing several thousands of dollars. Furthermore. After playing many, many guitars at local music stores I played the A3R (after reading all of the reviews). Just try one of these guitars and you will not play anything else. The model with the SRT with preamp or the SRT2? Rosewood is simply unmatched in its ability to project well in all 3 basic Eq registers (Bass, Mid and Treble) and this gives the guitar a wider Eq, more bass projection, better balance, and more overall volume and projection over it's Mahogany competitors. I went through some bad ones in college and wasted money on pickups that didn't hack it, before I knew anything about pickup technology. ... Yamaha AC5R ARE. I agree on the Yamaha A3R and A Series guitars - as I stated, I wish they had this model and pickup technology when I was in College back in the early 1990s, because I would have grabbed it right away! Each is made from the winning tonewood combo of rosewood back and sides and spruce top—all solid. I've read that some people think the Tak is almost like an electric in terms of how the neck, string set up and fretboard is, so in theory easier to play. When you blend over to the mic, and choose the different mic modeling, it is, indeed, a micro-processor that has all of the authentic sounds modeled and stored digitally within the pickup. In Europa I can find onley made in China and I`m not belive in Quality of China guitars. (Studio Response Technology). All online marketplaces seem to project the same retail pricing for a new A3R acoustic electric guitar at about $899.00 USD. Most acoustic electric guitars lose their acoustic beauty when plugged in, because they use only a transducer (piezo) technology or an inferior piezo / mic blender, but not the Yamaha A3 and AC3 -Series with S.R.T. I know that when I played the A3R, I liked the neck because I play fingerstyle. Some guitarists might balk at spending more than a grand on a Yamaha, but you’re likely to shell out a lot more for a guitar with a smooth cutaway; all-solid spruce-and-rosewood construction; a genuine mahogany neck and ebony fretboard and bridge; and deluxe electronics. 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