Yamaha F-310 Reviews
I wanted it to show my son what kind of guitar I started playing and as it turns out I enjoy playing now. It's full body allows for great clear sound I would recommend this guitar for any beginner. The price is right and they're getting a solid first guitar. I buy them based on how they fit my hand. i need a wider neck on my guitars as I am teac... [read more on Audiofanzine]ericthegreat rated this unit on 2011-11-02.
Very good guitar for learning and practicing with. Had this now for over 7 years and it still is going strong. I use it now to teach my daughter how to play as I've graduated to a better guitar. [read more on Audiofanzine]Chris Iowa rated this unit on 2004-09-17.
If you are just thinking about playing it then this would be a great insterment for you but if you know for a fact that you are going to stick with it get something a little bite better. [read more on Audiofanzine]soul cry rated this unit on 2003-11-02.
For a starter guitar it is good value and plays quite nicely. After a couple of years though I would suspect that most people would want to buy a more expensive guitar. [read more on Audiofanzine]Sp_laser rated this unit on 2003-04-12.
The guitar has a very good sound for the price, it is a decent first guitar. Just be carefull what type of strings you place on it. [read more on Audiofanzine]Justin rated this unit on 2003-01-19.
The Costco Guitar was fine for my first year of playing, but after a while, you just need to move on. So, if you can ever find this guitar at Costco for 100ish bucks, and you just remotely want to learn acoustic guitar, and you don't mind if its not the best thing in the world, go ahead! Take the chance and buy it! >D [read more on Audiofanzine]Moosh rated this unit on 2001-11-10.
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