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Yamaha GL1 吉他尤克里里琴GL1 Guitalele 萨克斯风

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GL1 迷你 6 弦尼龙吉列杆


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美国亚马逊: 4.3 颗星,最多 5 颗星 341 条评论
Tom and Laurie
3.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Here is the "real deal" review on this Guitalele
2018年11月26日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Douglas Metzger
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Positive review for serious 6-string players
2019年11月8日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Positive review for serious 6-string players
2019年11月8日 在美国审核
I'm a 6-string (steel) acoustic fingerstyle/jazz player who was looking to goof around with something small and inexpensive. Wanted to leave a review for the like-minded, or everyone who actually wants to try digging some arpeggios and modes into one of these little things and playing some standards and fingerstyle tunes on a park bench or lawn chair. I've owned some nice instruments and play for hours a day, so the GL1 isn't my first rodeo.

First of all, the build quality is great. Importantly, the tuners are rock solid. Period. Intonation was surprisingly accurate for a $100 instrument - just a tiny, tiny bit sharp at the twelfth fret harmonic, but not noticeable when chording or playing melodies. The frets are perfect - no rough edges (see pictures). The instrument sounds clear and warm and lively. The strings it came with were fine - not rusty or anything - nice and shiny and obviously brand new.

The action out of the box (as pictures show) was pretty high. This is not a criticism of Yamaha or the shipper or anything - one usually has to set up one's own instruments. I'm not great at it, but I know the basics. I took the saddle out and sanded it way down and used some small files on the nut and now it's great. No problem. If you get one and want to do more than gripping open chords, plan on an easy half an hour of set up. Seriously - easy.

The more serious concern (and reason this is 4/5) is the idiosyncratic nut width and neck. The string spacing on this neck will feel too choked for classical players. And the neck width will feel too wide for steel string players. One of my photos shows the GL1 (bottom, 1 7/8" nut width) with a Martin OMC (top, 1 3/4" nut width). Take a look at that picture and notice how much closer the highest and lowest strings on the Martin (top) are to the fretboard edges than the highest and lowest strings on the GL1 (bottom). The GL1's 1 7/8" nut width is neither the 2" width familiar to classical players, nor the 1 11/16" familiar to steel string players. It's a compromise. At first glance, that compromise makes sense - I mean Yamaha is trying to draw both classical and steel string players to this fun little instrument. However, if you look at my picture closely, you can see that the GL1's neck has big, fat open areas between the highest and lowest strings and the edges of the fretboard. While the internal string spacing is quite narrow, and narrower than strings on, say, a Stratocaster (thus cramped indeed for classical players), the broadness of the fingerboard is hard on us steel string players (see my picture of trying to play a wraparound FM7 chord and running into that broad open channel of wood between the lower neck edge and #6 string). Other than the unusual nut width and string spacing, though, the neck feels fine - as I said the intonation is crisp and accurate, the frets smooth, and everything works as intended.

I may be more persnickety about nut width and string spacing than some, but I wish these manufacturers would just say "Guitalele with Classical Neck Spacing" or "Guitalele with Dreadnought Neck Spacing" instead of building a fingerboard that will feel unfamiliar to any guitar player, regardless of their customary instrument. But it's also fair to say that this is just a new instrument, and manufacturers should do what they want!

Two other minor things. The gig bag is (predictably) pretty minimalist - it actually doesn't unzip all the way around - just at the very bottom, so you have to slide the instrument in and out like a sword in a scabbard. Anyway, it's an inexpensive gig bag, no padding nor backpack straps - no big surprises, and fine for what it is. The other is that if you're not used to playing Uke/Mando family instruments, I would order a strap button when you get this thing, screw it into the base, and play with a strap from the outset (using a shoestring up at the peghead). Reason being, instruments like this just constantly rotate counterclockwise and it's nice to be able to strap one on, lean back, and play comfortably.

Anyway, it's late 2019 and Yamaha has this thing dialed, I think. Nothing intrinsic to the GL1 to stop you from ripping out sixteenth note arpeggios, thumping out some thumbstyle ragtime or laying down some jazz chords - you'll just need to set it up a bit and be ready for an unorthodox neck.
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Amy
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Excellent quality and sound! Impressive for it's tiny size and tiny price tag.
2017年9月21日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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