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Yamaha SLG110S - Natural Silent Acoustic-Electric Steel String Guitar
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|Top Material Type||Maple|
|Back Material Type||Mahogany Wood|
|Neck Material Type||Mahogany|
|Fretboard Material Type||Rosewood|
|Guitar Pickup Configuration||Piezoelectric|
|Number of Strings||6|
About this item
- Specifications -
- Depth 49
- Strings Scale 633.6mm
- Body Maple
- Neck Mahogany
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|number of strings||6||6||-|
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The Yamaha SLG110S Silent Acoustic-Electric Guitar is the perfect choice for quiet practice. With the guitar s sound running through headphones, you can play and experience the realistic sounds of an acoustic steel-stringed instrument. The Yamaha silent guitar features a lightweight maple body, with a detachable upper frame for portability. The neck is constructed from mahogany, and features a rosewood fingerboard. The Silent Guitar acoustically produces only 1 1/10th the amount of sound volume; which makes the SLG110S great for playing anytime or anywhere.Electronics include piezo in-bridge B-Band (EMF) pickups and an internal DSP. The digital effects taken from the class-leading SPX studio effects and industry-standard digital mixing consoles developed by Yamaha Commercial Audio, audiophile quality and the ambience of a warm, small room or luxurious large hall are with you wherever you are. 4 effects are avavailable; Reverb1, Reverb2, Chorus and Echo. AUX IN lets you play along with your favorite recordings.The Yamaha SLG110S is designed for easy transport. The silent acoustic-electric guitar has mini-stereo inputs for plugging in a MP3 or CD player for play-along. The Yamaha acoustic-electric guitar interfaces well with acoustic-effects processors, P.A.s and amps. Silent design makes it perfect for home use or practice. Also includes power supply, gig bag and earbuds.Order your Yamaha SLG110S Silent Acoustic Electric Guitar from Sam Ash Direct today with the security of our 45/60 day return/price protection policy and be sure to take advantage of our fast, free shipping.
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I contacted Yamaha about an issue I was having with feedback. It turned out to be the headphones I was using.
I contacted seller about replacing the tuning pegs as they slip a bit more than I was happy with.
Both Yamaha and pitbull electronics were quick to respond, extremely helpful and had the problem sorted.
I would give the guitar 5 stars but the new model (SLG200S) is a bit better. It uses 2 X AA batteries. The SLG110S uses the old 9VDC batteries.
The other thing is that the tuners are very cheap design. They slip a bit more than they should. I replaced them with Gotoh machine heads as I plan to keep this guitar for a long time. It's really that good.
Played "straight" (no effect, bass and treble set to the half-way point) the tone is neutral, but clear with good sustain. The tone controls and four effects can be used to add dimension to the sound and are well chosen. The neck is slim and very playable. (It is not the same profile as the SLG100N, which has a chunkier neck with a more classical feel and sound.) Plug it into an external amplifier and you have a fully functional single-pickup electric guitar that you can run through effects, distort, and generally subject to the full range of sound modelling. In close proximity to an amp there is less feedback than with a traditional electric, making close-quarters practice easier.
There is a 9V adapter so you can connect to mains power. It makes for a short leash though and I prefer the battery option which allows me to wander throughout the house and garden playing away to my heart's content with no one really the wiser. Bliss! Keep a spare on hand - once it runs down you cut out fairly quickly.
Some have complained about the lack of on-board tuner, but the reason for its absence is obvious. There is no upper bout in which to locate it and it would be nearly impossible to see if located on the "stick". I don't miss it, I just use a clip-on headstock tuner (best $15 investment ever).