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Yamaha SLG200N TBK

Silent Guitar with Nylon Strings

  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Frame: Maple / Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
  • Fretboard and bridge: Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
  • 19 Frets
  • Scale: 650 mm
  • Nut width: 50 mm
  • String spacing: 11.5 mm
  • SRT Piezo pickups
  • SRT mic modelling preamp system (Neumann U67)
  • Controls: Power, Master Volume, AUX in volume, bass, treble, tuner, Blend & Smooth Control Effects (Reverb 1, Reverb 2, Chorus)
  • Weight: 2.1 kg
  • Finish: Translucent black
  • Soft bag, in-ear headphones and 2 AA batteries included
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Colour Black
Top None
Back and Sides None
Fretboard Rosewood
Nut width in mm 50,00 mm
Scale 650 mm
Cutaway Yes
Pickup System Yes
Case or Gigbag Yes

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Essential in a busy home, but good on the road.
Avison_UK, 12.03.2016
I principally use the SLG200N for practice when the kids are asleep. Simple as that. Ideas that come in the night need not wake up anybody anymore, as the actual un-amplified sound is about as quiet as an unplugged electric guitar.

It feels and behaves like a nylon-strung guitar, as it is. I play folk fingerstyle on steel and nylon electroacoustic normal guitars, so it has a place with my regular collection. The setup is classic Yamaha accurate - precise and built for discerning musicians.

Pros: it's a proper guitar for practice that sounds good through earphones or amplified.

Cons: only being slightly picky, but the limitation to just one microphone emulation narrows things, but I use my Yamaha THR5A practice amp/preamp (obviously through headphones if I want to be quiet) and then it genuinely rocks sonically.

Conclusion: this is a very good silent practice guitar, that actually plugged and loud (like through the THR5 and perhaps onwards to something louder) is right up there as a good stage instrument. I really, really like it.
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Amazing guitar
c-dinkel, 25.03.2021
This thing sounds as close to a real acoustic concert guitar as you could possibly imagine a purely electronic instrument sounding. It's truly breathtaking and has to be experienced to be believed. For the most stunning effect, use a decent pair of headphones.
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close to perfect
bertelu, 12.06.2018
all other people are suggesting this guitar for his main feature: silent. so can be used for practice all night long. i would suggest this guitar for the opposite reason. his sound. so dynamic, so warm it's amazing. Yamaha did a very great job with his modeling software, and the qualityof the sound is very close to other much costly brands. only problem with this, is the strap locks that are used also to keep the frame in place. unfortunately they tent to unscrew themselves.
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Super produit !
Seb-T, 08.02.2018
Je me suis offert cette guitare car je n'avais pas de guitare nylon de bonne qualité dans ma collection. Je n'avais pas envie de dépenser plus pour une classique plus haut de gamme car les critiques de cette guitare sont assez unanimes et j'avais totalement confiance en Yamaha pour un rapport qualité/prix exemplaire.

Et je ne suis pas déçu ! Au casque, c'est très flatteur. Le son est chaud, équilibré, et il peut être très nuancé selon votre style de jeu. L'électronique répond de manière exemplaire à tous les styles d'attaque, et les effets intégrés sont de bonne facture (bien que j'avoue ne pas comprendre l'intérêt du chorus sur une guitare classique). Mention spéciale pour la reverbe 2 qui sublime particulièrement l'ensemble, c'est tout à fait joussif !

Branchée sur ampli, ma critique ne s'adressera qu'à quelques personnes, car j'utilise un Boss Katana 100, qui me permet d'utiliser aussi bien mes guitares électriques que mes électro-acoustiques grâce à son canal spécifique.
Dans ce cas précis et avec cet ampli, le son est très acceptable mais beaucoup moins "pur" qu'avec un casque (ou les oreillettes fournies qui sonnent vraiment bien également) ; le Katana a tendance à rendre le son beaucoup plus mat et moins dynamique. C'est plutôt correct si comme moi vous jouez pour vous dans votre coin, mais si vous avez des ambitions sonores plus importantes avec cet instrument, il ne sera certainement pas futile d'investir dans un ampli spécifique aux guitares électro, ou dans une enceinte FRFR.

Concernant le confort de jeu, je trouve cette guitare excellente. Le manche assure une bonne prise en main, plus large que celui d'une folk mais un peu moins que celui d'une classique traditionnelle est doux au toucher et très bien fini. (NB : si vous cherchez un vrai manche de largeur classique, optez pour le modèle NW)
Petit truc négatif concernant la touche, qui est légèrement rapeuse et qui rendra peu agréables les vibratos plus modernes si vous jouez un solo à la Malmsteen par exemple.

En bref, c'est un excellent instrument, très bien positionné d'un point de vue tarifaire, idéale pour travailler discrètement ou branchée sur un ampli adapté. Et j'ai personnellement un gros coup de c½ur sur l'esthétique de l'objet, je la trouve superbe !
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