Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar
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Yamaha C-300 (1970) Classical Guitar

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This beautiful Yamaha C-300 was made in Japan in 1970 for the local Japanese market.

It is a higher grade than the exported models G-250 and G-255, and definitely, a much better guitar than the Tawainese made models which were made from laminate wood.

Very high-grade tonewood was used for this model.  Please take a look at the photos.

There's some minor clouding on the clear coat on the bridge, but this has no adverse effect on the wonderful sound of the guitar.

 

Specifications:

Top: Solid spruce

Back & Sides: Rosewood

Neck: Mahogany

Fretboard: Ebony

Machine heads: Original 1970 tuning machines

Action: 3.0mm on the first string and 3.5mm on the 6th string at the 12th fret.

 

Please feel free to ask any questions or to request a sound demo.

Thanks.