Yamaha's Best Classical Guitar, so far?

The best classical guitars always have a unique sound that players seek. Nylon String guitars tend to offer that touch. The Yamaha CX40 Electro Classical Guitar is the latest electro version of the classical Yamaha C40. Yamaha’s credibility speaks from the fact that it’s one of the largest selling manufacturers of musical instruments in the world and its products are used by everyone; be it a professional or a beginner. The CX40 is a nylon string guitar with a traditional 52mm wide neck and decorated sound hole. The guitar features a Spruce top, Meranti back and sides and a Mahogany or Nato neck. It also includes a Rosewood fingerboard, with 650mm scale length and 19 frets. The CX40 has a gloss finish and is manufactured at the high quality of Yamaha standards which ensure its durability and reliability. The amplification comes from the System 50 piezo pick-up which is placed under the bridge while the volume controller is at the upper edge on the guitar’s body.

Yamaha CX40 Electro Classical Guitar is suited to play jazz, blues, country and soft rock. The nylon strings give you a great addition to your set of sounds. The fit and finish of the CX40 is very natural and more than satisfactory for the modest budget it is priced at. The high quality wooden top, back and sides as well as the fingerboard and bridges result in production of rich tones and splendid soft notes. Being a classical guitar its strings are widely spaced, allocating enough space for plucking them. The guitar tunes in perfectly and the tuning keys will not give you any complains. However unlike other acoustic guitars, the fingerboard for this guitar is flat and might present difficulties for children and adults with small hands.

The reputable Yamaha CX40 is an inexpensive piece with outstanding results. It is a great choice for learners and if mastered, the user will find it very convenient to switch to other guitar types later.

0 ratings
Samson Fahey
Samson Fahey
Hello, my name is Samson Fahey. I am a multi-talented individual - not only am I proficient as a musician and writer, but I also have a passion for educating others in the world of audio production. My primary involvement with Sessionexchange.org has been creating educational tutorials and informational books surrounding audio engineering concepts and music technology to assist producers and composers alike in their workflows. I'm passionate about providing an effective platform for sound engineers to network, grow and share their expertise with each other in an approachable way, and that is what drew me to Sessionexchange. As for my musical background, it all started when I was young listening to classic rock which nurtured an intense love of music that continues today...