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The versatile, contemporary styled Yamaha NTX-700 is designed with a thinner body and narrower neck for todays steel-string acoustic and electric players.
Contemporary touches on a classical instrument
The versatile, contemporary styled NTX line is designed with thinner bodies, narrower necks, 14th fret neck joints, and cutaway designs to provide greater comfort and playability for today`s steel-string acoustic and electric players. These instruments are perfect for adding nylon string tone to a wide range of musical styles from latin to Jazz, Pop to Rock. The lineup features the NTX-1200R with rosewood back and sides, the NTX-900FM with flamed maple, and the NTX-700, available in a natural finish.
Like the NTX-1200 and NTX-900, the Yamaha NTX-700 Electro Classical easily accommodates a wide range of musical and playing styles and offers the perfect place to start exploring your music and nylon string sound.
- Solid Spruce Top
- Nato Back & Sides
- Nato Neck
- A.R.T. 2way Pickup System (System61)
- A.R.E. (Acoustic Resonance Enhancement)
A.R.E. (Acoustic Resonance Enhancement) is an original wood reforming technology developed by Yamaha. Through precise control of temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure, the molecular properties of the wood can be manipulated into a more acoustically ideal condition, similar to the molecular characteristics of woods in instruments that have been played for years. In NX Series guitars, this treatment results in a sound close to that of a vintage guitar that has been played for years. It produces a sharper tone while simultaneously controlling dissonance in the high range. Instruments that have undergone this process have received high marks from a great number of musicians. Their evaluations are nearly identical to those for guitars that have been played for years, and their comments often include terms such as `well settled`, `mature`, `warm`, `excellent resonance`, and `clear`.