YAMAHA Acoustic-Electric Nylon-String Guitar NTX3

The NTX3 acoustic-electric nylon-string guitar’s modern looks, comfortable neck shape, and superb amplified sound enable electric guitarists and steel-string players to easily explore the world of nylon-string playing, while strap buttons and the exceptional Atmosfeel pickup system make it especially appealing to performing guitarists.

YAMAHA Acoustic-Electric Nylon-String Guitar NTX3

 Voraussichtlich ab September 2020 lieferbar

  • Modern looks and comfortable feel
  • Unparalleled Atmosfeel pickup system
  • Designed for electric and steel-string players
  • Exceptional amplified sound at performance-level volumes
  • Solid Sitka spruce top
  • Solid walnut back and sides
  • Ebony fingerboard and bridge
  • Performance-friendly strap buttons

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CHF 959.00

  • verfügbar
  • Lieferzeit länger als 8 Werkage1

Style

With their sleek single-cutaway body shapes, appealing wood choices, colorful rosette patterns, and tasteful appointments, NX Series guitars are designed for contemporary players seeking the perfect combination of comfort and style.

Bracing

As a result of precise measurement and experimentation, several refinements were made that enhance low-frequency response without compromising durability. These changes were further refined to emphasize the natural characteristics of specific tonewoods, and optimized for each body silhouette.

Atmosfeel Pickup and Preamp System

The Yamaha Atmosfeel pickup system provides unparalleled amplified sound even at performance-level volumes. An undersaddle piezo pickup with individual string sensors captures only the mid and low-mid frequencies (eliminating the characteristic brittleness of piezo pickups), while a unique synthetic sheet transducer captures the highs, and an internal microphone captures overall body resonance and “airiness.”

Atmosfeel Controls

The simple and intuitive Atmosfeel preamp controls let you blend the microphone sound into the premixed pickup sound.

These simplified controls mean that guitarists are able to dial in the desired settings quickly and without the need to actually look at the controls.