In guitars that are in this price range, I have usually found the cedar guitars are a little better. I had a Yamaha GC-41 in both cedar and spruce a while back and I always thought the cedar was a better sounding guitar. As you get higher in price for guitars, spruce starts to make more sense. A good piece of clear spruce is much more expensive then a good piece of cedar. Then again, you never know. Individual guitars can vary. As a general rule, this is my personal opinion. Once you get into the 2000+ price range, this doesn't really hold true anymore because the material cost starts to lose some significance.helder wrote:Thanks to all!!!!
I will buy gc12. But C or S ??? C must be better...
You can compare them on the Yamaha website. But, the GC series is all solid wood guitars. The CG192, I believe, has laminated back and sides. The GC is also the "flagship" line of the Yamaha guitars. The workmanship should be a little higher. Starting at the GC32 is considered the "higher end" of the GC line. But, I have played a 22 and 12 and they were nice guitars for what you pay. The 12 and 22 are made in China, as compared to the 32 and higher that are made in Japan.helder wrote:And diference beetween gc12c and cg192c?
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