Yamaha F335 Guitar Review

Yamaha around the world is best known for manufacturing cars and motorbikes but in Japan, Yamaha has been involved in producing high-end musical instruments for more than over six decades now. The best part about Yamaha musical instruments is that they are very budget-friendly. The recently launched Yamaha F335 is no different. It is a very low priced guitar that comes with promising built and outstanding sound output. It currently ranks amongst the top best budget-friendly entry level guitars of 2018. In this Yamaha F335 Guitar Review we will discuss the pros and cons.

Yamaha F335 Guitar

First look

Staying true to all other Yamaha guitars, the F335 makes no exception in being very plain looking. As far as the visual aesthetics for this guitar are concerned, they are very poor. If looks were to impress, this guitar would definitely not because there is nothing special in what you see. But when you look at the price tag for the same guitar, you might feel a little more partial to its looks.

Design and built

The one word we would like to use for this guitar is ‘solid’ because that’s what it is. F335 guitar is sturdy and solid and very well-built. The wood that has been used for the guitar construction is not exactly best quality but this can actually work in your benefit. Glued together wooden built gives this guitar greater strength and less chances of damage.


One of the main concerns about using a guitar for newbie players is how easy or difficult would it be to use. As far as the structure of this guitar is concerned, the top Tupperware is very far stretched. Entry level users would find it very hard to hold, play and reach for the strings on the sturdy top – all at the same time.


The only thing that we have nothing bad to say about for F335 guitar is its functionality. The sound is not as thick or high as you would hope but for laminated wood it definitely isn’t too low.

Final word

Yamaha F335 qualifies as a wonderful addition to the FG guitar family and a perfect choice for amateur guitarists. At a very low cost, this guitar is all-things wonderful. Of course, if you are looking for a better looking guitar you can find it out there. But if your preference is playability and durability over looks – F335 is definitely going to make you very happy.

Yamaha FG700S Guitar Review

A worthy addition to the Yamaha FG guitar family is the Yamaha FG700S. This acoustic guitar is a tremendous addition to the family. It is visually very appealing but is also outstanding as far as the functionality and performance of the guitar goes! What makes this guitar even more amazing, in addition to its solid nato back, is its price. This is an extreme supreme quality acoustic guitar with great sound output that you get for an amazingly low cost.

Yamaha FG700S Guitar

First impression

To begin with, it must be said that Yamaha has put a lot of effort into the design and outlook of this guitar. With the nato back and sitka spruce top; there is definitely effort to impress the on-lookers. Unfortunately, despite the minor changes, the ordinary ‘average’ acoustic guitar look does not go away. It strongly gave us a feeling of déjà vu, to say the least!

Design & built

Coming to the next most important thing for any acoustic guitar is it’s built. Pleasingly, FG700S Yamaha manages to pull off another high quality stint with superior rosewood used as the primary material for this guitar. The hardware is definitely well-built. It will work for the user for a few years very easily; this again is a great value for money.

Sound output

We were not impressed with the first look of this guitar to our much disappointment. But the sound output leaves us nothing short of impressed. As soon as you start playing this little friend, it delivers. The volume is the perfect pitch and high enough. The sound is thick and extremely well-balanced. It is one of its kinds of entry level acoustic guitars as it adapts to all styles of music playing seamlessly. If we were disappointed with what we saw, we became just as pleased with what we heard. The tones are rich and bass is coordinated. We are definitely all praised for this guitar as far as its sound output is concerned.

Final word

To conclude things, let’s put it this way. Yes, Yamaha has yet again not done anything majestically amusing with the overall look of the guitar. But we are not complaining because as all other Yamaha guitars, FG700S pleases its audience with magnificent performance. Superior functionality is the highlight of this guitar. A great price with durable rosewood material built and great functions – Yamaha FG700S is a winner in our book.