Can a £200 electric sound good? Oh yes!                                     Even with everything going up nowadays you can still bag a great electric guitar for around £200. With modern manufacturing, global supply of components and effective...

Choose from two premium acoustic models                  Long known for their craftmanship and sound these new Yamaha flagship acoustics are handcrafted in Japan - the FG9M with mahogany back and sides and the FG9R with Indian rosewood. Both are said to give "extraordinary projection, clarity,...

Classic Japanese quality solid-body electric                                                                Released in 1974 this is one of the guitars that put Japanese instruments on the...

The Yamaha Revstar range has been enhanced and updated for 2022. The original Revstar range was launched in 2015 and has now been completely refreshed for 2022. The range comes in three levels - Professional, Standard and Element - with two pickup choices, new switching options, and a new range of racing-inspired...

Yamaha make the acclaimed THR range of small, desktop amps which were updated in 2020, with more sounds and features. THR Comes in 20W – THR10 - and 30W – THR30 – format as well as the THR 100W Head and speaker cabinet. THR is designed to truly fit where, when and how...

Yamaha has grown to become the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments including pianos, "silent" pianos, drums, guitars, brass instruments, woodwinds, violins, violas, celli, and vibraphones; in fact, they are 10 times bigger than their nearest rival! Whilst many instrument manufacturers have their products made by third party factories in...

News July 2019 Yamaha continue to expand their range of guitars with the release of the STORIA range which is aimed squarely at beginner guitarists. The guitars in the range – STORIA I, II and III – are all concert size, with solid tops and undersaddle pickups being comfortable to hold and...

Yamaha was established in 1887 as a piano and reed organ manufacturer by Torakusu Yamaha as the Nippon Gakki Company Limited in Japan. The company's origins as a musical instrument manufacturer are still reflected today in the group's logo—a trio of interlocking tuning forks. Yamaha has grown to become the world's...