Yamaha JR2 Junior-Size 33-Inch Acoustic Guitar - Tobacco Sunburst

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Yamaha JR2 Junior-Size 33-Inch Acoustic Guitar - Tobacco Sunburst

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  • 21 1/4" scale length; 33" full length
  • Spruce top
  • Mahogany back and sides
  • Rosewood fretboard and bridge
  • Nato neck

  • Measuring 21 1/4" in scale length and 33" at full length, the JR2 is a compact acoustic guitar modeled after Yamaha's long selling FG series. Its compact size and authentic acoustic tone make the JR2 and excellent take along, play anywhere guitar. Great for campfire sing alongs, road trips or anywhere you want to be able to play. Mahogany back and sides offer a beautiful look and the instrument comes with a durable case so you're sure your investment is protected.

    Body Shape: FG Small Shape
    Scale Length: 540mm (21 1/4")
    Body Length: 389mm (15 5/16")
    Total Length: 845mm (33 1/4")
    Body Width: 317mm (12 1/2")
    Body Depth: 80-90mm (3 1/8" - 3 9/16")
    Nut Width: 43mm (1 11/16")
    String Spacing: 10.0mm
    Top Material: Solid Spruce
    Back Material: Mahogany Pattern UTF(Ultra Thin Film)
    Side Material: Mahogany Pattern UTF(Ultra Thin Film)
    Neck Material: Tonewood
    Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
    Fingerboard Raduis: R400mm (15 3/4")
    Bridge Material: Rosewood
    Nut Material: Urea
    Saddle Material: Urea
    Bridge Pins: Black ABS with White Dot
    Turners: Covered Chrome
    Body Binding: Black
    Soundhole Inlay: Black
    Pickguard: Tortoise Pattern
    Body Finish: Gloss
    Neck Finish: Matt
    Electronics: None
    Controls: None
    Connections: None
    Strings: .012/.016/.025(or.024)/.033(.032)/.043(.042)/.053(.052)
    Accessories: Hex Wrench

    CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm

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      YAMAHA JR2

      Posted by Unknown Customer Unknown Customer on 2nd Jun 2020

      I purchased this for my 7 year old daughter as her first guitar to learn on. I was a little weary about the sound quality at first, but once it was played a few times and had been out of the packaging for a bit, it started to gradually sound a better. It's a 3/4 size so obviously the depth of sound is not going to be there, but the sound is a lot more clear than some of the similar size guitars I listened to. If you're a more seasoned player who's just looking for a smaller guitar, then I'd definitely look to Taylor or Martin. But for a younger person trying to learn, this should do the job.