I have a Yamaha FG-345 II that my dad bought in 1982 in Virginia. I was just wondering how much is that guitar now and when did it come out?
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looking to sell one great condition comes with orignal strap and case make me a offer
I bought mine in 77. Still have it. What impressed me the most and still does today, is the rich sound that comes out of this alleged low guitar. Mine has aged gracefully. I have a little extra on the back of mine. I worked on a tv commercial 15 years ago or so with BB King. I brought it in and got him to sign the back. Now it will be in my family forever
Found my FG in a smalltown music store and it cost $90 used and 5 years old. Had the priviledge of playing it for 15 years and ended on hard times and had to let her go. Some pawn shop in the southwest. Aside from all the technology, that instrument has soul.
: I have a Yamaha FG-345 II that my dad bought in 1982 in Virginia. I was just wondering how much is that guitar now and when did it come out?
From Maurice D. G: Not sure what it is worth today but I can tell you this. I still have have the same guitar I purchased in 1981 and to this day it is still has the original machine heads and the best damm sounding guitar I have been playing in years! Has it gets older it keeps sounding beter and better.
i bought mine in 1986 at a pawn shop for $200.00 and i have a takamiene i paid $1000.00 for at guitar center 6yrs ago and i still find my self picking up my yamaha i use elixer lights on it and always in tune every time i play it i will never get rid of it ,love that guitar so much
I bought mine in '83 or '84. Sounds great! I will not part with it.
Today its worth about $200 on Ebay. It is a great guitar even with the laminated top. It should be worth much more than that based on the sound alone. I have two of them and an FG 340 II. I buy them as often as I can when they come up for sale.
i have a real nice no scratches nice missing one silver string tighter comes with orginal case and strap looking to sell it call me 815 472 2380
The Fg-345II was sold from 1981-1985 with a MSRP $305.00
I Have the same guitare Folk, and i have by this guitar in 1982 or 1983.
I have one of these bought for £120 sterling in 1981. I would not sell it now for £500. It is great, you just don't see people parting with them. As good as a Martin D45 to play although perhaps a little quieter.
Do you want to sell it? E-mail me a picture of it. I think it's worth about $200.00 depending on the condition.
came out about 81, it's worth about 2-300, although it should be more
: came out about 81, it's worth about 2-300, although it should be more
Yamaha jumbo folk guitar FG-345 II > I purchased this guitar the summer of 1979 with a hard shell case in
Toronto, Canada at Long & Mcquade music shop aprox. price 24 years ago about $500 - 600 including tax.
Seven years ago I found an FG-345 II in a small music shop outside Toronto retail price $469 + tax in
canadian money with out case. My guess is that if you want sell this guitar in 2003 without a case the
aprox. price would be $100 -$250 US.dollars , depending on condition (good to Mint).
The reason for this some what low value is that the FG -345 II body top is made of spruce not solid
spruce. All the FG model no# from 345 to 312 are made of spruce. All FG models from 365S to 770S
including the high end CJ models are made of solid spruce.
Hope this Info is some help ...
Need to sell. $300. Call 606-256-3776.
THE #'S YER TALKIN ARE STAMPED ON INSIDE BRACING? AND THE LAST # IS AN "S",NOT A "6"? MINE IS #10523586.JUST CURIOUS..THX
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