Good condition Yamaha FG-303 Made in Japan from 1980-1983. These models were only produced for 3 years and are somewhat rare and the look and feel are fantastic and sound great. Yamaha called them a "Semi Jumbo Type" in the catalog. Check out the video for an idea of the sound.

There are a few minor dings on the top of the Head stock which you should be able to see in the pix. There is also a very thin scratch on the top about 15cm behind the bridge. And some very slight damage on the back edge down from the strap button where the binding meets the back. Other than that the guitar is in great condition for its age and plays great. If you need any more pix send me a message anytime.


Truss rod: Turning nice and smoothly in both directions and can still tighten.

Frets: About 90% left

Neck: Straight

Machine heads: Turning smoothly

Action: Low E: 2.75 mm     High E: 1.75 mm (Still room at the saddle to come down more)

Weight:  1.95kg       4.29 lb

Specs.

Top: Spruce
Back/sides: American Walnut
Fret Board: Rosewood
Neck: Mahogany
Bridge: Rosewood
Tuners: Yamaha


Comes with a good quality hard case

Boxed, shipped and tracked via EMS Japan post.

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Listeda month ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • FG-303
Finish
  • Natural
Categories
Year
  • 1981
Made In
  • Japan
Pickup
  • None
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Shape
  • 000

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