Yamaha CGS103 AII Natural 3/4 Scale Classical Guitar

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Wolf Music Company
Boerne, TX, United States
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Wolf Music Company is a small independent music store which means we do not keep guitars in a box in a warehouse.  We open, inspect, test, photograph and display every instrument that we sell which allows us to capture the grain of the wood to help you make a decision while purchasing online.  This also allows us to package the instruments more securely since often times manufacturers packaging is inadequate.

In most cases the guitar in the photo is the one you will receive but from time to time we may have restocked an item or received more than one, so please message us if you have any requests or specifics.

580mm (22.8") [3/4] scale version of school guitars.

Tech Specs

  • String Type:Nylon
  • Number of Strings:6
  • Body Shape:3/4 Classical
  • Body Style:No Cutaway
  • Left-/Right-handed:Right-handed
  • Finish:Gloss
  • Top Wood:Spruce
  • Back & Sides Wood:Nato
  • Neck Wood:Nato
  • Fingerboard Material:Rosewood
  • Number of Frets:18
  • Scale Length:23"
  • Nut Width:1.9"
  • Strings:Savarez D'angelico Light Tension
  • Body Depth:4"
  • Manufacturer Part Number:CGS103AII

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