What is the price of a Nippon Gakki Yamaha S-50a acustic guitar?
when was Yamaha nippon 100 gakki made and what`s it worth
The exact value of a Nippon Gakki Co Limited Yamaha guitar would actually depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors include the age and condition of the guitar.
anywhere from $250 to $350.
maybe 50 to 100 dollars?
it worth about $ 100 or Yen 10000
it is around 25 to 50 dollars or more
These go for anywhere between $140.00 to $225.00 sometimes more. this is back when Yamaha was the best guitar to come out of the orient.
I was given a new one of these in 1968 (still have it). Hope this helps to narrow things down.
made in Japan about 1970
between 1967 to 1969
probably between 1970 and 1974 (see http://www.yamaha.co.jp/product/guitar/archive/g-85d/index.html)
1984 item no. 3072 Tenryu/ Wada Factory Made in Japan
I have a Yamaha G-170 Classical guitar that I purchased new in 1973. I don't know for how many or what years they produced them. It is still a beautiful instrument with an exceptional resonant quality to it. Hope this helps you a little.
The value of a Clarinet is like diapers; it Depends.
http://reviews.harmony-central.com/reviews/Guitar+Amp/product/Yamaha/TA-20+115+Combo/10/1 this is the only thing i have found on this amp. i have the same one and i cant fimd crap on it
I just brought A Yamaha G 60a which had been in the same family from new,I was told that it was from 1963-1964.And had not been played for 30 years. Hope that helps Mark .
These instruments were made in the 1960s for the most part. Condition is important, but that model seems to fit in between the 80, worth about $100 and the 120 which is being offered for $400.
I just bought one at 4k today... I felt it was a great deal. It is a 1980 Yamaha G2, with 2 pedals. I did some research online and it seems the value should be anywhere from 6500 to 9000 depending on condition.
I purchased a used Yamaha Nippon Gakki classical guitar at a guitar show near the end of 2007, in Saratoga N.Y. It was well used and had a hair line crack where the neck joins the body, looks like it had been there for years. Some one had put steel strings on it which I replaced with nylon, and they had written the year 1966 on the label inside the body of the guitar. I assume that is when they bought it or when it was made. The instrument has wonderful full tone, and nice tuners. They were asking $45.00 for it but they took $35.00. I think I got a real bargain I like you am trying to find out if it is worth more. It is a wonderful instrument and I love it. I copied the following from someone else on the internet, can not vouch for its accuracy. The guitar is made of the following materials: Top: Spruce Back and Sides: Laminated Mahogany Neck and Fretboard: Nato and Rosewood The guitar is not listed in the Blue Book, but on the internet, they are selling for $80 to $165. Charles G
Hi --Actually this is a CLASSICAL, not an ACOUSTIC guitar. In any case, this specific model is not listed by the Blue Book.My best guess from looking at the close numbered models that are listed is that the guitar was manufactured sometime between 1969 and 1973.The Blue Book values for all of these guitars are basically the in the same range:Excellent $120 - 150Average $70 - 95Lynne
Very rare classical guitar made in Japans Gakki factory. All solid woods, rosewood fretboard, very fine brasilian Rio Rosewood back and sides, an pine top. Very specific rare "glasssy" sound, very famous and admired in classical guitar, players love it. If it's in a good playable condition can cost between US $4000 and $8000. Some very well-preserved specimens, were sold for $10 000.