Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar
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Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar

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Yamaki GC-15 Concert Classical Guitar

 

The Yamaki guitar brand was founded by the Teradaira brothers who started making guitars in the late 1940s.

In 1962 they started Daion, an instrument distribution company that took the Yamaki brand across the world.

At the time they had to compete with the big companies such as Yamaha, Takamine and Alvarez. So they built better instruments and sold them at a lower price.

Daion stopped making guitars following the mid-1980s when people were more interested in keyboards and synthesizers.

The GC-15 is light and lively to play.  It has great sustain and projection.

 

Specifications:

Top: spruce

Back: Spalted Mahogany

Sides: Mahogany

Neck: Mahogany

Fretboard: Rosewood

Nut & Saddle: Bone

Scale length: 650mm

Nut width: 50mm

Action: 3.0mm on the 1st string and 3.5mm on the 6th string at the 12th fret.