From the world of guitars, Yamaha is not exactly the first company which you believe of. Best known for keyboards, digital pianos as well as synthesizers, Yamaha nevertheless makes some decent guitars that are more than cheap. We will discuss some of the guitars which this 40 year-old company makes. Yamaha started in 1966 long prior to the first synthesizer came out. By the mid 80s they were creating some of the best synthesizers available on the market, such as the classic Dx-7. Regardless of their reputation as a computer giant, the land of guitars wasn’t very far away. Yamaha guitars are not those fanciest looking versions around, but they do have an adequate sound.

The AES series involves the AES 420 via 920 series numbers, with the exclusion of the 820 that does not exist. The Pacifica series, which has a little more polished than the AES series, comprises the PAC 012 via 812, again missing a number of series amounts including, again, the 8 series. Yamaha was always quite unoriginal when it came to naming device models, whether they were guitars or keyboards. The Gigmaker string is one of Yamaha’s newest developments. The look is very comparable to the Pacifica series, but that is where the similarities end. The Gigmaker series includes 20 watt, two channel drive guitar amp, protective gig bag, Qwik Tune Digital chromatic tuner, guitar cable, instructional DVD, guitar strap, extra strings as well as guitar collections.

It might not sound like a big deal for people with purchased the bigger name brands, but for the price, this is not a bad guitar. The best part about it series is that it comes along with a life time warranty. Even when you drop it off of a building, they will replace it totally free. Among smaller series of guitars up to how many are made, is those E series, that is made up of only 3 models, the 112, 103 and 121. The guitars are actually quite well made and come together with not two, but 3 pickups.

Also, they come together with a vintage vibrato system and tremolo bar. Consisting of those 320, 520 as well as XA2, these guitars feature two Yamaha humbucker pickups as well as those original Yamaha AES string bridge. The Archtop series of guitars, that have some really fat looking bodies include not one, but seven different models. They come with 3 single bar coil pickups, duel 3 way selector switches as well as a chrome Bigsby tremolo. Rounding out their line of electric guitars is your Eterna.