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  • Yamaha Yamaha FG820 Folk Acoustic Guitar
  • Yamaha Yamaha FG820 Folk Acoustic Guitar

Yamaha FG820 Folk Acoustic Guitar

SKU: FG820
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Traditional Western Body
Solid Spruce Top
Mahogany back & sides
Scalloped Bracing
Gloss Finish
Perfect Beginner Starter Guitar

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Yamaha FG820 Acoustic Guitar

Classic mahogany looks & tone

The Yamaha FG series is one of the best selling acoustic lines of all time. You can't reach that lofty position without delivering full tone, easy play-ability, and exceptional value. The Yamaha FG820 continues this tradition, placing all of the above within reach of any player. In addition to warmer and stronger sound, thanks to the mahogany back and sides, the body and fingerboard binding are cream plastic for an upgraded look.

The TCM Repairs Difference

When you purchase a Yamaha FG800 acoustic guitar from Town Center Music, not only are you getting the ultimate starter acoustic, you can rest assured that it'll play easy. TCM Repairs sets up all of our guitars before purchase, checking everything from neck curve, to bridge height, even nut slot depth. A fraction of an inch can make a world of difference, and we want you to have the absolute best playing experience possible.


Traditional Western body shape is a Yamaha original.
25.5” (648mm) scale length is the industry standard
Solid Spruce top for improved projection and top end
Scalloped top-bracing for improved low end response and resonance
Mahogany back & sides produce a warm and woody sound
Nato neck w/ matte finish plays fast and smooth
Rosewood fingerboard produces a warm sound to tame harsh high end
1.69" (43mm) nut width makes for a comfortable playing experience
Natural gloss finish

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