Yamaha LJ 6 A.R.E NT

6

Steel-String Guitar

  • Body: Medium jumbo
  • Top: Solid Engelmann spruce
  • With A.R.E. (acoustic resonance enhancement)
  • Back and sides: Rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia)
  • Neck: 5-striped mahogany and rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia)
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • 20 Frets
  • Scale: 650 mm
  • Nut width: 44 mm
  • Passive piezo pickup system
  • Gold-coloured Yamaha machine heads
  • Lacquer: Polyurethane
  • Colour: Natural, high gloss
  • Soft bag included
available since April 2014
Item number 336522
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Top Spruce, Solid
Back and Sides Rosewood
Cutaway No
Fretboard Rosewood
Nut width in mm 44,00 mm
Frets 20
Pickup(s) Yes
Colour Natural
Case No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
685 €
All prices incl. VAT
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery free of charge expected between Tuesday, 16.08. and Wednesday, 17.08.
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Igor_M 06.07.2021
I was originally looking at the LJ6's smaller cousin, the LS6, but since it was unavailable at the time, I went for the LJ6 instead, and having played it extensively over the past months, I couldn't imagine myself with any other guitar.

Having owned and played many guitars during my years of playing, I would say the LJ6 is the closest I ever got to a "do it all" guitar. The sound is almost piano like, with fantastic separation between strings, with just enough bass and very strong mids and highs. The feedback I get when playing is that it's "almost too perfect" sounding. The back and sides are laminated but Yamaha did such a great job that you can barely hear the difference to all-solid constructions. The Engelmann top is sweet, looks gorgeous and positively sings!

Visually the LJ6 is stunning, the attention Yamaha pays to details and quality control is awesome as always. The mini jumbo shape is extremely comfortable, smaller than a dreadnought and resting very nicely on the leg due to the curvy shape.

If you're looking for a guitar equally suited to strumming, finger-style, loud enough when it has to be, or intimate when lightly played, you cannot go wrong with the LJ6!
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Jantje 10.01.2015
Lovely sounding on bottom and top, nice electric sound, only thing could be better is better place for strap.
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Anonymous 04.04.2017
Kytara s jasným st?edovým zvukem, který prorazí a vynikne. Ú¸asná hratelnost - krk ,,padne" do ruky, nádherné ?emeslné zpracování. Zvuk p?es piezzo - linku je krásn? ?itelný a vyvá¸ený. Jediné, co mi tro¨ku chybí, je více bas?, ale je mo¸né, ¸e se kytara je¨t? rozehraje, mám ji doma teprve chvíli.
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Nikolaus R. 10.01.2017
Für meine Yamaha-Sammlung ( 6 Westerngitarren ) wollte ich ein Instrument haben , das ich in D-Tuning stimmen und so auch stehen lassen wollte ; das Umstimmen ist ja nicht eben Saiten-freundlich . . . Nun habe ich ( dank flotter Lieferung durch Thomann ) die LJ-6 stehen und bin total zufrieden . Der Jumbo-Korpus und die D-Stimmung passen sehr gut zusammen und ich bin vor allem beim finger style total begeistert . Strumming ist mit Kapodaster wenigstens bis zum 5. Bund überhaupt kein Problem , man kommt also mit der Einstellung bestens zurecht . Über die technischen Features muss man ja bei Yamaha nicht viel Worte verlieren : beste und solide Arbeit , saubere Einstellung und eine selbst in "Natur" sehr gefällige Optik ( sunburst wohl noch schöner ) . Und der Sound ist aus der Kombination der Materialien ( Engelmann-Fichte/ARE/bracing ) gefälliger und schöner als bei der LS , die ich vor Jahren gekauft habe . Fazit : eine gute Wahl !
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