Summary: This was my first guitar, and still one of my favourite - I recommend this to anyone starting guitar. The Yamaha Pacifica sounds much better than any other guitar in its price range, and is much more versatile. It is a combination of the telecaster and stratocaster style sounds.
Summary: I'v owned this guitar for a very long time now, and its been bumped, knocked over, used at gigs, taken to umpteen band practices and left lying around. And it still sounds great!!! This is an awesome guitar.
Summary: After expressing in interest in playing the guitar for many months i was finally taken to the local music shop to pick out a guitar for my birthday by my parents. I will admit that at age 10 it was more the blue colour that grabbed my attention than the actual guitar itself, but after careful...
Summary: This is a great starter guitar or a second guitar for an intermediate player like myself. It came set up perfectly and the tuning holds brilliantly for a strat. It has a lot to offer for the price and also keeps its value reasonably well on the second hand market as the Yamaha quality of the product...
Pros: build quality, price, sound and set up brilliantly
Cons: Yamaha isn't the coolest name make for young players
Summary: When I first showed an interest in learning to play guitar about nine years ago my parents were keen to get me my own guitar to learn on, (primarily so I'd stop pinching my dad's), without spending an absolute fortune for it.
Pros: An inexpensive, versatile guitar, apt for players of all levels
Summary: The Yamaha Pacifica 112 is a great guitar. I brought it as my first electric a year and a half ago and I havn't put it down yet! I love it. First off and straight out of the box this guitar has a great sound and tone.
Pros: Great sound, relatively cheap, nice design, great starter guitar, also comes in left handed model
Summary: The pacifica range is an old ,reliant,easy to play guitar. Although inexpensive the Yamaha Pacifica range offers beginners and intermediate players comfort and joy with it's extensive range of features from the light Alder body to the two single coil pick ups.
Summary: Yamaha are well known for motorbikes and keyboards, but over the last 20 years they have built up a fantastic reputation for building guitars of the very highest quality, and at prices usually well below the more illustrious names in the business such as Gibson, Fender and PRS.
Summary: Having began learning the guitar on an acoustic Yamaha F 310 (see my other review of this fantastic starter guitar) I bought The Pacifica 112 as my first electric. Electric guitars in general offer a range of benefits over acoustic guitars, notably a wider range of sounds and playing styles, which I...
Pros: Excellent value for money, good quality, great sound
Summary: Two Christmases ago, I ripped open a present to find a Yamaha Pacifica staring me in the face. I had wanted a guitar for sometime and this was to be my first. At the time the only guitars I knew of were the Les Pauls, Stratocasters and any guitar made by Fender, so I was a bit disppointed to be...
Pros: balanced structure, quality sound for the price paid
Cons: heavier than other guitars aimed at beginners