Yamaha SLG130NW Classical Style Silent Guitar

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True classical neck feel with superb sound through headphones or amplifiers.

The Yamaha SLG130NW Classical Silent Style Guitar was developed to allow guitarists to play anywhere, anytime and without limitations. From arena to airport, from backstage to bedroom and from campfire to club, Silent Guitar ensures that your music is always with you and always accessible.

The SLG130NW offers real classical guitar experience with conventional classical guitar neck construction and a nut width of 52mm (2.04"). Ebony fingerboard for tight and clear sound, Rosewood/Maple frames for woody feel, Light Amber Burst for the taste of high-end… Both sound and appearance tops the series.

Playability
The revolutionary design of the Silent Guitar offers outstanding playability with the real feel of an acoustic guitar. The smoothly curved body frame matches stunning looks with ergonomic design for a natural, comfortable fit while the neck and headstock offer incredible playability and perfect balance.

The digital effects taken from the class-leading SPX studio effects and industry-standard digital mixing consoles developed by Yamaha Commercial Audio, audiophile quality and the ambience of a warm, small room or luxurious large hall are with you wherever you are.

Sound
Yamaha's exclusive pickup and preamp technology gives Silent Guitar a rich, natural tone that belies its unconventional appearance.

The digital effects taken from the class-leading SPX studio effects and industry-standard digital mixing consoles developed by Yamaha Commercial Audio, audiophile quality and the ambience of a warm, small room or luxurious large hall are with you wherever you are.

Practicality
The detachable top section of Silent Guitar's frame means that practicality and portability are way beyond that of a conventional guitar. The included luxury gigbag fits easily into an aircraft overhead compartment of or can be comfortably carried thanks to ultra-light weight and ergonomic strap design.

Power is supplied either by AC adaptor or 9V battery – with Yamaha's high-stamina circuitry up to 13 hours of playing time is possible from a single battery. Case sold separately.

Features
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Body: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Frame Unit: Maple
  • Strings: Nylon Guitar Strings
  • Sensors: B-BAND
  • Includes gig bag

Play anytime, anywhere, with inspiring effects and tonal control. Order today.

 

SLG130NW Classical Style Silent Guitar Specifications:

  • Connectors/Controls
  • AUX IN
  • AUX IN Level Control
  • LINE OUT jack (monaural)
  • PHONES jack (stereo)
  • Volume
  • BASS control
  • TREBLE control
  • REVERB switch (OFF/1/2)
  • PHONES switch (ON/OFF)
  • LINE OUT Jack with POWER Switch (Inserting a plug into the jack switches the power on).
  • Power Supply AC Adaptor/6F22 (S-006P) battery x1 dual power source. (Recommended AC Adaptors: PA-D09,PA-1E,PA-3B)
  • String Length 650 mm (25-9/16").
  • Dimensions 965 x 365 x 80 mm (38" x 14-3/8" x 3-1/8") (with the left frame attached and to the end of the strap pin)
  • Weight approximately 1.8 kg (3 lbs.15 oz.)
  • Standard Accessories Stereo Earphones/AC adapter PA-D09/Soft Case
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YamahaSLG130NW Classical Style Silent Guitar
 
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By Alex Aloha

from Kaneohe, HI

Pros

  • No Feedback On Stage
  • Portability
  • Quality
  • Silent Practice
  • Travel

Cons

  • No built in tuner
  • Strap not included

Best Uses

  • Silent Practice
  • Stage
  • Travel

Comments about Yamaha SLG130NW Classical Style Silent Guitar:

I would highly recommend this as a 2nd guitar. Nothing replaces a real classical nylon acoustic guitar, but after researching many different alternative travel guitars that cost anywhere from 1/4th the price to double the price of the Yamaha, this model was the clear winner for me in terms of price, looks, sound, quality, and features. Professional guitarists like Brian May can afford anything, but has used the Yamaha Silent Guitar on stage. My son has been playing for over 10 years and recognizes and prefers his classical guitar. But for school performances, a college dorm, camping, air travel, etc, he would much rather take the Yamaha (SLG130NW) with him. And if vanity matters, you will get a ton of attention and envy from others. Wonderful hybrid of a modern electric with the sound and feel more familiar to a classical guitarist. In terms of sound quality, the key factors will be the guitarist, the amp and settings, and the strings, in that order.

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Yamaha SLG130NW Silent Guitar

By Herve

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Comments about Yamaha SLG130NW Classical Style Silent Guitar:

I purchased a new Yamaha SLG130NW Silent Guitar last week. The guitar is mostly OK in all respects, but is not all all suited to the serious classical guitarist. Yamaha informs that this guitar has a 52mm ebony wide neck, this is correct. However, the strings spacing at the Nut is only 8.2mm, and this is identical to the narrow neck SLG110N. A real classical guitar with a 52mm neck normally has a string spacing ranging from a minimum of 8.6mm to a max of 9mm, and the Yamaha specs for the 130NW fall well outside that. It appears that Yamaha has failed to realise that guitarists play with the string, not the fretboard! If you are a serious classical guitarist and do quite a lot of right hand work on the inner strings, this guitar is not at all suited. In any case, it you do not need a wide neck, the narrow neck version is actually much cheaper and will do exactly the same thing, as the string spacings are 100% identical. Therefore, whether you are a serious classical guitarist or not, there is absolutely no benefit or advantage to buy one of those.

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