YAMAHA FG-345 all original, no modification, Excellent Conditions with low action and excellent sound, good frets, no repair or breakage Year(s) Sold: 1977-81 come with Hard Case code AC45

The FG 345 has a spruce soundboard (top) with nicely figured Indian rosewood back and sides. The two pieces back is separated by a beautiful oversized inlaid wood marquetry strip, which also appears on the lower bout section of the sides where the strap peg is. In addition, a solid fully bound rosewood fretboard (showing little wear) and a solid rosewood bridge. The solid mahogany neck is true and straight. The bound headstock features a rosewood overlay, with a “Yamaha” inlaid logo and a gold leaf under the finish.

When you are looking for a solid guitar, the Yamaha FG 345 Acoustic Guitar is an excellent choice. The classic vintage look and style are appreciated by all types of musicians, and it is available in several different colors. The rose fingerboard and bridge add some visual appeal to the Yamaha acoustic guitar, and the classic dreadnought style gives it a clean sound that is quite enjoyable. The sound it produces is perfect for anyone who's serious about learning the instrument and improving. This guitar is from Yamaha’s “Golden Age” (1971-1981) of acoustic guitars. Many of the models made during this period have gone on to become sought-after collectibles due to their ability to perform better than most guitars costing 2-3 times more.