Yamaha CS40 Mk II Three-Quarter Size Classical Guitar

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CS40 Mk II Three-Quarter Size Classical Guitar
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Key benefits compared to other products

Beginners and young learners alike will appreciate the level of quality found in the CGS Series affordable nylon string guitar.

Overview

Yamaha 3/4 size classical guitar - and ideal starter guitar.

With its compact body and short 580mm scale length, the affordable Yamaha CS40 is designed with comfort in mind for the young learner (who may find a full-size instrument too cumbersome). Despite the reduced dimensions, the guitar still produces a responsive, well balanced tone and the specification includes a genuine rosewood fingerboard and bridge. An excellent starter instrument that will encourage youngsters to keep playing.

Specs

Color/Finish
  • Body Finish Gloss
Control Interface
  • String Strings Scale 580 mm (22 13/16")
Design/Architecture Detail
  • Body Depth 80-84 mm (3 1/8"-3 1/4")
  • Finger Board Width (Nut/Body) 48 mm (1 7/8")
Material
  • Top Spruce
  • Back Meranti
  • Side/Rib Meranti
  • Neck Nato
  • Finger Board Rosewood
  • Bridge Rosewood

 

CITES Information

Covered by CITES Yes
CITES Scientific Name of Wood or Woods Used Dalbergia latifolia(Indonesia)
CITES Country or Countries of Wood Origin Indonesia
Product IDYAM-CS40-3-4-GTR
Limited Shipping Please note that we deliver within the United Kingdom only

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Thank you for your interest in Yamaha guitars. The CGS103AII and CS40 II are very similar guitars, made to the same specification (with spruce top and meranti back and sides with a nato neck) but in different guitar workshops (which allows us to keep up with the high demand for our three-quarter size classical guitars across the world)The CS40 II tends to be the more popular in the European market, but essentially, both are great guitars.

However, for beginners aged around 7 and up, we'd strongly advise starting on a full-size classical guitar, such as the C40 II (available by itself in natural wood or black finish, or as part of a starter pack) - see the links below.

At ten years old, playing a full size classical is manageable and ensures the player becomes accustomed to playing a full size instrument.