Today Music Critic will be comparing the Yamaha FG820-12-String Acoustic Guitar to the Ovation Elite T 2058TX 12-string Acoustic-electric Guitar. Not sure which is right for you? Read on and find the perfect item for your needs. This article is part of a series called Best 12 String Guitars, Electric and Acoustic
Let's get started by taking a close look at the Yamaha FG820-12-String Acoustic Guitar. Yamaha made a significant statement when it introduced the FG guitar to the market in 1966. It proved that a real guitar doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. The FG180 was acclaimed for its excellent musical tone, incredible playability, and well-built quality. 50 years on the new range FG acoustic guitars has the same great playability; best tone on FG guitar and admirable quality that has made it the choice of millions of guitar lovers.
Now we will have look at an alternative, the Ovation Elite T 2058TX 12-string Acoustic-electric Guitar. Ovation Elite TX 12-string acoustic electric guitar has a contour bowl composite body that is designed to give you comfort as you play and produce maximum acoustic sound. The high-strength bracing and the solid spruce top making it a powerful sonic guitar. It has a beautiful black finish that allows it to produce a full sound and resonate freely.
The FG180 is a great companion to have on your musical journey, and you can't get off on a wrong foot. The FG180 is an outstanding quality guitar that is made with pure traditional looks but without overpricing it to keep it out of reach of many guitar lovers. The new scalloped bracing design ensures that the sound is well balanced and robust.
The hard rock maple neck is one of the most outstanding features of this guitar that gives a superior sustain. It has a low-frequency projection due to the presence of sound ports on the bass string side. This guitar has become many people's favourite because it is smooth and light weight guitar.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Yamaha FG820-12-String Acoustic Guitar||Ovation Elite T 2058TX 12-string Acoustic-electric Guitar|
+ Great Value
+ Pure Traditional looks
+ Scalloped Bracing design for well balanced sound
+ superior sustain
+ low-frequency projection
+ smooth and lightweight
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|We like it because it is solid and well-made that allows you to slide up and down the neck without any trouble.It is also much easier to play especially for beginners because it is easy to finger pick and isolate the notes. Lastly, it is a bargain to acquire such a fine tuned guitar at a low cost. Trust me; you will be hard-pressed to get a better one in the $300-$500 price range.||We liked it because there is so much sound to this guitar. That would make you think multiple instruments are being played at the same time. The black top, contour bowl composite body and the high-strength bracing all make it a sturdy and attractive guitar to have. Elite TX 12-string guitar gives you the ideal experience of a 12 string guitar. It is well worth your money.|
Also see Music Critic's article Best 12 String Guitars, Electric and Acoustic which includes even more information.