I have owned many Yammies and most of them sounded bland to me - I did play a CG192 and found it bland too. Cannot remember if cedar or spruce...specs were good though.
I had an Alhambra 4P long ago - it is quite similar to the 5P...mine was bright and had a quick response like a flamenco...did not bond with me. I paid an enormous price for it (a well known UK seller) - did not shop around b4 clicking the BUY button.
I now play the low end C7 - got it cheap (some scratches). It looks good and sounds pretty good...comparable to an ex-Yamaha GC7A and ex-Kremona Fiesta FC. Upgraded the tuners to Der Jung. It has cured GAS for a bedroom player like me
I know it is advertising but GSI says of the C7 (cheapest model sold by GSI). Quite well put:
''This C7 features Canadian Cedar for the top and Indian Rosewood back and sides. It is a full-sized, classical guitar perfect for the beginner looking for an instrument that is easy to play and at the same time has a nice warm, Spanish-style sound. Also a great choice for the accomplished player looking for a great-quality travel or gigging guitar. Cordoba 100 GB Gig Bag included.''
My subjective 2 cents