The tone of most of the ones I have played is exceptional for the dollar.
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Black labels can be found as “Made in Taiwan”: And “Nippon Gakki Co.
Ltd” Japan: Around 1976 – 1977 Yamaha changed to a oval white or orange label: Almost all white oval labels are made in Taiwan. Some rare white oval labels are Nippon Gakki made in Japan: There’s one big exception concerning early FG’s.
Yamaha first began making musical instruments in Japan in 1887.
The company began as a manufacturer of reed organs but eventually became the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments. These guitars originally were produced solely in Japan, but over the following 70 years, Yamaha guitars have been made in Taiwan, Korea and Indonesia.
Before the most famous red label Nippon Gakki label was introduced Yamaha used for a very short period a “green” label.
Until now I’ve only seen such a green label on some FG150’s, FG300’s and some FG180’s.Here’s the system that Yamaha uses for their acoustic guitar serial numbers and what those numbers can tell you about your guitar.If you don’t already have your serial number, you’ll need to locate it and in some cases you’ll need to find out where your guitar was made as well – this information will usually be found next the serial number and will say “made in..” and then the country that the guitar was built in (either Japan, Taiwan or Indonesia).Ever wondered what you’re Yamaha guitar serial numbers tell you about your guitar?Or maybe you’re just curious about the year that your guitar was built?For collectors, this IS a Nippon Gakki with a seven-digit serial number (the ones that even Yamaha can't figure out).