Customers face a lot of confusion when purchasing a beginner Yamaha classical guitar.
Yamaha offers 3 classical guitar models – Yamaha C40, Yamaha C70 and Yamaha C80.
All three models are very similar, hence the confusion.
We have broken down all information and created a detailed comparison table to make it easier for people to decide on a specific model.
Yamaha C40 vs Yamaha C70 vs Yamaha C80
|Model | Feature||Yamaha C40||Yamaha C70||Yamaha C80|
|Back & Sides||Meranti||Meranti||Nato|
|Body Depth||94 – 100 mm||94 – 100 mm||94 – 100 mm|
|Nut Width||52 mm||52 mm||52 mm|
|String Length||650 mm||650 mm||650 mm|
|Purchase Link||Buy Yamaha C40||Buy Yamaha C70||Buy Yamaha C80|
As you can see, the only differences are seen in two areas:
- The wood used for the back and sides.
- The metal used for the tuning machines.
I hope this comparison table helps you to make an informed decision about which guitar to purchase!
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