Yamaki F118 MIJ

Used – Good
$450
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Baldwin, MD, United States
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About This Listing

This guitar sounds like a million bucks with a name that literally means “Happy Trees on the Mountain”. The guitar is beautiful in every way. It’s light and balanced, you won’t be able to put it down.
A D-18 replica and genuine patina that only comes with 46 years of play.
Has New Taylor tuners
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There is some lifting by the bridge. I have had the guitar for 2 years and it hasn't gone anywhere
You can see it in the video

The complex story of Yamaki guitars is entwined with the histories of a number of other Japanese companies. In the late 1940s, brothers Yasuyuki and Kazuyuki Teradaira started working for Tatsuno Mokko, an instrument-building firm that later split into two different companies, one of which was called Hayashi Gakki. In 1954 Hayashi Gakki was bought out by Zenon, a large music distributor. In 1962 Yasuyuki left Zenon to start an instrument distributor he called Daion, which means “big sound” in Japanese. In 1967 Kazuyuki left Zenon to produce classical guitars under the name Yamaki, an auspicious Japanese word meaning “happy trees on the mountain.” By the early 1970s, Kazuyuki expanded the Yamaki line to include a large number of steel-string guitars, many of which were based on C.F. Martin and Co.’s designs and were distributed exclusively through Daion. Along with Yamaki guitars, Daion sold instruments from Shinano, Mitsura Tamura, Chaki, and Hamox, some of which were built by Yamaki at various times, and Harptone guitars, which they imported from the US.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
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