Yamaha / 1974 FG-850 / 1974 / Guitar
YAMAHA / FG-850 Brazilian Rosewood
FG-850, which is made only in a period less than a year in 1974 to the end of 1973
There is the same model name FG-850 in the current machine, but it is completely different.
The binding, the body side, is an Indian rose wood that uses an abalon with a wonderful heather -eye Solid spruce.
And the body back is 3P, and the wood at the center uses Brazilian rose wood (Hakaranda).
The 3P seam is also decorated with Avalon, and it has a breathtaking beauty.
In terms of sound, it is a first -class product to take a very loud sound pressure, but how to keep the sound range that is not heard.
Martin/gibson/guild is a named three major brands at the time, but I feel the high quality of the shoulders compared to them.
The neck condition has been adjusted by our shop repairman and is good without sound clogged.
The string height is 12F, 2.6mm 1 string side 2.1mm, standard setting standard
The remaining white of the saddle is about 2.5mm 1 string side of the 6 string side.
It is more rare than this, such as a higher-quality FG-2000, and is going to the market once every few years.
Please try this opportunity.
TOP: Solid SPRUCE
Back/Sides: Indian Rosewood & Amp; Brazilian Rosewood
W/Original Hard Case
* With 1 year adjustment guarantee
* All parts have been disassembled and cleaning
In charge: Naito
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