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APXT2

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APXT2 is a 3/4 size of the world's best-selling acoustic-electric guitar, APX500II. This fun, yet well-constructed compact guitar makes a great company when you are on the road. APXT2 features ART-based pickup system and Yamahas proprietary tuner with great sensitivity and accuracy for quick tuning.

SPECIFICATIONS
Top: Spruce
Back: Meranti
Side: Meranti
Neck: Nato or Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Bridge: Rosewood
Body Depth: 65-75 mm
Nut Width: 43 mm (1 11/16")
String Length: 580 mm
Tuners: Covered Tuners
Preamp: System 68 (Contact Pickup)
Included Accessary: Gigbag

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Closest StoreCambridge, Ontario
I picked this up at the Cambridge, ON store a few months ago as a replacement for a battered travel guitar I had. It's a great little guitar - perfect for the campfire, travelling, etc. Acoustically it's not too loud, amped up, it sounds way bigger than it is. I currently use it as my "working from home" distraction and working out some new music. Top notch quality for a small, beginner-to-intermediate skill level instrument.
Posted by Cam on Jun 4, 2020
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Closest StorePort Coquitlam, British Columbia
My boyfriend and I picked this up last Christmas and we had it for a month. We ended up returning it because steel strings hurt my boyfriend's ears. (He has a mild case of tinnitus.) But that being said, it was no fault of the guitar itself. The fit and finish was good, the bridge was glued down properly, and the overall feel was really nice. If Yamaha had a nylon string version with the same dimensions, we would totally buy it. As always, the Vancouver store was very helpful.
Posted by Alex on May 6, 2020
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Sounds/Plays very well.17 of 18 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreHalifax, Nova Scotia
Im a Beginning Guitar player, but I have played several Acoustic's and Electric guitars. I enjoy the way this feels. Im a smaller guy, and a Dreadnaught just didnt fit me. This is an ideal guitar for smaller folks, that want to play an Acoustic. Sounds good. Resonates well. The tuner on the body is fantastic. I like that I have the option to hook it up to an AMP to have a bigger sound if needed. This will get many years. The tuner heads are ok. There were some blemishes (glue marks) on the guitar, but for the price this will be expected. I was able to remove them with a pick. The Fret board is the same size as a full guitar, and the cut away lets you get to the 15-18th frets easily. Im super happy with this. Id recommend it to anyone who wants a smaller guitar. You wont be dissapointed in any way.
Posted by John. on Feb 21, 2016
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