Today's product comparison has Music Critic comparing the Yamaha FGX800C Solid Top Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar to the Yamaha FG820 Solid Top Acoustic Guitar. You might think it all comes down to the price, but frankly there is a lot more to it. If you find this article interesting, you might also want to read 10 Best Beginner Acoustic Guitars in 2021
Everyone has different preferences and priorities, so to make choosing easier we have attempted to give a frank review of the products. Let's start with the Yamaha FGX800C Solid Top Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar.
Next let's have a look at the Yamaha FG820 Solid Top Acoustic Guitar. Once again, we have an excellent Yamaha, entry-level guitar. It offers the reliable quality that we expect from Yamaha, making it a solid choice for novices. As always, the build standard is high, so you can be sure that it will continue to offer top-level performance for a long time.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Yamaha FGX800C Solid Top Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar||Yamaha FG820 Solid Top Acoustic Guitar|
| + Play electric or unplugged, which is rare for a beginner product|
+ Bundle includes everything you need to get started
+ Natural wood appearance to give your guitar that ‘vintage’look
| + Multiple colors and designs, which gives you a much wide range of choices in terms of appearance|
+ Made with mahogany and spruce, the two best woods for acoustic guitars
+ Tightened headstock, which helps with chord transitions and eliminates fret buzz
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|It's a quality guitar that has the added bonus of being able to be amplified. The accessories are also high-grade, which makes it a good bargain choice. We're also big fans of Yamaha and can highly recommend its products to beginners.||It's available in lots of different colors, so you can pick one that suits your style, which we think is a big plus. The headstock is also a great feature, and it eliminates annoying fret buzz. It's a superb all-rounder that delivers Yamaha reliability.|
Also see Music Critic's article 10 Best Beginner Acoustic Guitars in 2021 which includes even more information.