Yamaha FGC-TA and FSC-TA Cutaway Acoustic Guitars Added to Renowned TransAcoustic Series – yamahamusicians.com


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Yamaha has added two new acoustic guitars to its TransAcoustic® series, both featuring cutaway body designs that allow players easy access to the entire neck. Combining classic craftsmanship with groundbreaking technology, these two instruments allow guitarists to play and sound their best, wherever they are.

“The FGC-TA and FSC-TA models complement and enhance our TransAcoustic series by providing players with cutaway body options for the first time,” said Shannon McKee, product marketing manager, Yamaha Guitar Group. “Imagine being totally immersed in the sound of your acoustic guitar, hearing and feeling it resonates around you as you play. That’s the experience you’ll get playing our TransAcoustic guitars.

Yamaha Transacoustic Black

The FGC-TA and FSC-TA guitars feature solid spruce tops, mahogany back and sides, and nato necks with rosewood fingerboards. Exclusive Yamaha TransAcoustic technology provides built-in reverb and chorus effects that resonate inside the body of the instrument itself, creating a rich, resonant and inspiring playing environment, all without the need for an amp or additional equipment. The instruments also feature Yamaha SRT® piezo pickups and end plugs, allowing them to be used as acoustic-electric guitars. Three simple controls allow you to adjust the effect levels and the volume level of the line output.

The FGC-TA has a traditional western style body with a cutaway and is available in Vintage Tint, Brown Sunburst and Black finishes. The FSC-TA has a concert size cutaway body and is available in Vintage Tint, Brown Sunburst and Ruby Red finishes.


SRP Price = £840.00 GBP



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