กีต้าร์ไฟฟ้า Yamaha Pacifica 612VIIFMX
Yamaha’s range of Pacifica guitars have been some of the best value instruments you can buy for quite some time. They always offer great hardware for the money and their build quality is second to none from their beginner to their more pro focused guitars. Sitting near the top of the tree the Pacifica 612VIIX is an incredibly great value option that will cover you from blues to metal.
Just like the rest of the Pacifica models the 612VIIX is built incredibly well. Pound for pound very few manufacturers can match Yamaha’s quality making this a great option for any level of gigging guitarist. Yamaha have been making guitars since 1942 and the Pacifica models since 1990 so you would expect that they have got it down by now.
With a Maple neck and a rosewood fretboard as well as an Alder body topped with flamed maple this guitar has a classic ‘S’ type sound but with a bit of extra snap and attack. This makes it just that bit more versatile so if you wanted to play heavier rock and metal tones this will handle it with no problem at all.
But what is a quality build if it is not backed up by quality hardware? Yamaha have fitted this with a bunch of the best hardware around including a Graph Tech TUSQ nut, Grover locking tuners and a Wilkinson VS50 bridge that which combine to keep your guitar in tune.
Hot Hardware and Versatile Tones
Matching the versatile wood choice you also have an interesting set of pickups that let you dial a diverse range of sounds out of the box. With Seymour Duncan SSL-1 single coil pickups in the neck and middle positions with a TB-14 in the bridge you can get both soft vintage ‘S’ tones to more in your face hotter tones when using the Custom 5 humbucker.
The SSL-1 pickups are designed after some of the best pickups from the 50’s. They are known for their bright and glassy sound that sound absolutely stunning through a clean or crunchy amplifier. The bridge TB-14 Custom 5 pickups is a different beast though. It possesses a vintage voicing helped out by the coil split feature, but it also has a pretty hot output making it great for when you want to dig in with more gain.
- Seymour Duncan Custom 5 TB-14 and SSL-1 pickups
- Graph Tech TUSQ nut and string trees
- Grover locking tuners
- Wilkinson VS50 vibrato bridge
- Alder body with flamed maple veneer top
- Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
- H/S/S pickup configuration with 5-position selector
- Push-pull coil-split switch for additional tonal options
|BRIDGE TYPE:||Classic Tremolo|
|NUMBER OF STRINGS:||6 String Guitars|
|TOP WOOD:||Flamed Maple|
|BODY SHAPE:||S Style|
|NECK PICKUP:||Seymour Duncan SSL-1|
|BRIDGE PICKUP:||Duncan Custom 5 TB-14|
|MIDDLE PICKUP:||Seymour Duncan SSL-1|