Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar

Yamaki GC-30 Grand Concert Classical Guitar

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Yamaki GC-30 Grand 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-30 is a phenomenal concert guitar.  It has a balanced sound with great sustain and projection.

The guitar has some signs of aging.  The top has a few marks which have been professionally repaired and are under the clear coat. These add to its acquired charm and beauty.

Overall It's in great condition for a 50-year-old guitar, It sounds and plays like a $5000 guitar thanks to the mature tonewood and to the enhancement on the bracing.

If you are in Melbourne (Australia) I highly recommend you come try it out and compare it with other guitars.  You won't be disappointed.  

If you are far away I can make a video sound demo for you.  Just ask.

I'm selling this guitar cheap because of the marks and stains on the top, these have no effect on the beautiful tone at all.  It's just cosmetics. 

 

Specifications:

Top: Cedar

Back: Rosewood

Sides: Rosewood

Neck: Mahogany with rosewood reinforcement

Fretboard: Ebonised Rosewood

Nut & Saddle: Bone

Scale length: 650mm

Nut width: 52mm

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