Yamaha SLG100N Silent Acoustic Electric Guitar Review :: Acoustic-Electric Guitar
practice in complete privacy.
Elegant design and sonic solutions are Yamaha traditions. Yamaha continues to innovate with the Silent Series. Originally designed as ideal practice and travel instruments, the steel-string SLG100S and nylon-string SLG100N quickly became popular with touring guitarists enamored with its practical, feedback-free live applications and modern jet-age appearance.
The custom-designed pickup systems by L.R. Baggs and B-Band faithfully reproduce every nuance, providing full, rich tone for stage and studio work. The SLG twins also feature great sounding built-in Yamaha digital reverbs. Backstage, on the tour bus, or at home, the SLG100 easily fulfills the role of a woodshed axe, thanks to its comfortable, lightweight composite frame and included earbud-style headphones. With the AUX IN jack, you can connect a CD player for private jamming.
When you’re finished, the SLG100 quickly dismatles and stores in the included compact gig bag for easy storage and travel. The SLG100 works with batteries or the included power supply.
|Features + Technical Specs|
|Scale Length||25 9/16″|
|Controls||AUX IN w/Level Control, Line Out, Phones Out, Volume, Bass, Treble, Reverb (Off/1/2), On/Off Switch|
|Finishes||Natural with black/maple frame, Black|