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Get The Perfect Acoustic Guitar For The Stage With TheÂ Yamaha APX700II-12 12-String Thinline Acoustic-Electric Guitar
This is a 12-string version of APX700II. The 700 series guitars feature styling and specification driven by the 1000-series guitars but with the exclusive ART pickup system. Designed to capture the guitarâ€™s full body resonance, ARTâ€™s ability to faithfully recreate natural tone and dynamics means that the subtle differences between APX and CPX guitars are perfectly recreated, allowing you to pick the guitar that suits your style and know that character will always shine through. A left-hand version of the APX700II is also available.
TAKE THE STAGE BY STORM
As an electric guitarist in the mid 1980s, if you wanted to play acoustic on stage there were few options for you that really worked - and certainly nothing that was designed with you in mind. After talking to guitarists playing gigs of all sizes about what they really needed for a stage acoustic, Yamaha decided to make the first acoustic guitar that could be taken from a guitar rack, plugged in and played at volume â€“ problem free. And so APX was born â€“ designed to meet the tonal needs of both the guitarist and the band as a whole. No more howling feedback, misplaced mics or the dreaded extended sound checkâ€¦.
In any electro-acoustic, the pickup is at the heart of the sound. The first APX guitars were loaded with basic undersaddle piezo pickups and over time, as new pickup technologies became available, APX has featured a variety of systems suited to different playing styles and tonal requirements, several of which are still available today. The latest APX500III still features an undersaddle piezo pickup, but things have moved on since those early models and now itâ€™s Yamahaâ€™s proprietary Pickup-R transducer â€“ the same pickup as featured in the highly acclaimed A Series range and boasting incredible dynamic range, natural tone and the feedback rejection and mix-friendly sound that guitarists need and want. Yamahaâ€™s legendary active preamp is still a big feature of APX, and being built by Yamahaâ€™s audio-visual division, the sound quality is everything youâ€™d expect from the worldâ€™s number one.
BODY DEPTH AND BRACING PATTERN
The APXâ€™s thin-line body offers incredible comfort, top-fret access, and a sound perfect for on-stage use. Specially designed non-scalloped X-type bracing maximizes body resonance for full, natural tone. Their wide dynamic range, excellent sensitivity, and outstanding clarity make them impressive performers.
ELECTRIC SYSTEM: SRT SYSTEM FOR APX1200II AND CPX1000
Using advanced Digital Signal Processing and real-world insight into audio technology and recording techniques, Yamaha have developed SRT â€“ a pickup and preamp system capable of delivering an amazingly natural, studio-quality acoustic guitar tone.
SRT does not artificially create a guitar tone, rather it creates a faithful reproduction of the other elements that make up a great guitar sound â€“ the subtle ambience of the real space between instrument and microphone, the characteristic EQ voicing of a great sounding vintage mic, the different resonances captured when you move a mic around a guitar.
ELECTRIC SYSTEM : A.R.T. SYSTEM FOR APX700II
A.R.T. pickup is designed with a multilayer structure consisting of six layers of different materials.
- Top - Solid Spruce
- Back - Mahogany
- Side - Mahogany
- Neck - Nato
- Fingerboard - Rosewood
- Body Depth - 80-90mm (3 1/8" - 3 9/16")
- Nut Width - 43mm (1 11/16")
- String Length - 650mm (25 9/16")
- Tuners - Die-Cast Chrome
- Preamp - System 66
- Bridge - Rosewood
- Finish - Natural
- Body Style - Thin Body w/ Cutaway
- Pickup System - System64 1-Way ART
Warranty: See manufacturer website for details
Listing ID: NA50697
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