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Yamaha-ntx700.33727324
9.2 out of 10

Yamaha NTX700

Like the NTX1200 and NTX900, this model easily accommodates a wi Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Love My Black Yamaha NTX700

dant601, Yamaha
24 April 2014
  • Summary: I did a lot of research and playing before deciding on this guitar. This is one of the BEST values available in the market at this price point. Only drawback is the lower acoustic volume due to the thinner body.
  • Pros: Built-in Turner, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Great Neck, Solid Electronics
  • Cons: Low Acoustic Volume, Short Battery Life
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Overall 10
10

Hard to put it down

jr, Yamaha
4 January 2014
Overall 10
10

Second Time Charmer

Hook, Yamaha
16 December 2013
  • Summary: This is my Second Yamaha electric nylon, I loved the sound but the finish I felt was detracting to the appearance of the guitar. I made up my mind not to buy another until I was impressed with the finish. Several years later while shopping for a new nylon string I saw my new axe and said WOW!! And to top it off I paid less for my new axe than the first one!
  • Pros: Fun To Play, Good Feel
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Overall 10
10

A Real Beauty!

RevSingh, Yamaha
20 September 2013
  • Summary: I've been taking lessons in classical guitar (Yamaha C40)for about a year and am just starting to play with our church band. I wanted a classical type guitar that I could also plug in and strap on in church, and man I found it! Unplugged, it's got great tone. I still have to find the right set up with my amp, I just haven't had time to experiment. My teacher liked it when I first brought it to my lesson, so this is now my main guitar. It's just so comfortable to play.
  • Pros: Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Tone
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Overall 8
8.0

NTX700 is a very good guitar for the $$

Senish, Yamaha
18 September 2013
  • Summary: I use this guitar for musical theatre pits, church, and fusion nylon sounds with a Flamenco/Spanish flair. I use D'Addario Pro Arte Hard Tension strings. Plugged in, my amp is a Fishman Loudbox Performer. The neck has a very comfortable shape which is great for soloing, or for long gigs where a more traditional classical neck might strain the left hand.
  • Pros: Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Solid Electronics
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Overall 8
8.0

It's a nice "little guitar"

bryan wiegand, music123
30 August 2010
  • Summary: It sounded great, but not worth the money! The unpluged sound was very thin, due to the thinner body style I guess. It did do the job when pushed through a PA, and sounded like a nylon string should. I may have just had a bad apple, but mine would not stay in tune, and past the 12th fret... lol way off!! I was more impressed with Music123 customer service than the guitar!!!
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Overall 10
10

User Review

shirley, andertons.co.uk
19 February 2012
  • Summary: We bought this guitar for my son's birthday and he has never had a better present! He plays it all the time! The quality of the sound is better than expected and his guitar teacher is equally impressed. We made the right choice and as the range of guitars at Anderton's is extensive it was a difficult decision., We're so pleased with our purchase we would highly recommend it to others.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Mr. Kevin Bamford, andertons.co.uk
31 December 2010
  • Summary: Really nice guitar and find it a perfect blend of traditional 6 string acoustic and standard classical guitar. I like to occasionally switch from steel to nylon, and because of the narrower neck, i definetly miss less notes !! I am a bit of a spruce and rosewood purist, but I have to say, these woods are fine and produce a nice tone.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Graeme Bagley, andertons.co.uk
4 October 2009
  • Summary: Originally a classically trained guitarist, I haven't touched a nylon stringer for many years having long gone over to the dark side of low action electrics and narrow necked fingerpicking steel strung acoustics. When I saw a review for the new Yamaha NTX series in Guitarist magazine - and having been inspired to have another go with that smooth nylon sound by the likes of Rodrigo and Gabriella, I decided that one of these could be a great addition to my armoury.
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