Yamaha SLG200N

surendranp
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Re: Yamaha SLG200N

Post by surendranp » Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:57 am

I use a Yamaha 130 NW silent guitar. I keep it in Office for my lunch time practice. It has 'classic' classical guitar dimension in terms of fret width etc that I didn't go for the SLG 200N. Improved electronics is not a good enough reason to pitch for the 200 N practice guitar. My advice would be to play both (130 & 200) and take a decision. I suspect the 130NW is not more available in the market. Only irritant with it is that it uses an alkaline battery that runs out pretty fact
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surendranp
Posts: 5
Joined: Wed May 25, 2016 4:07 am

Re: Yamaha SLG200N

Post by surendranp » Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:58 am

I use a Yamaha 130 NW silent guitar. I keep it in Office for my lunch time practice. It has 'classic' classical guitar dimension in terms of fret width etc that I didn't go for the SLG 200N. Improved electronics is not a good enough reason to pitch for the 200 N practice guitar. My advice would be to play both (130 & 200) and take a decision. I suspect the 130NW is not more available in the market. Only irritant with it is that it uses an alkaline battery that runs out pretty fact

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