For many years, especially in the 1970s and ’80s, Yamaha was virtually synonymous with inexpensive, good quality flattop guitars, and the LS6 lives up to this reputation.
Martin 000X1AE acoustic guitar review.
Review: Martin 000C Nylon Has Familiar Steel-String Sound with Electronics and Some Unusual Features
The Martin 000C's strong lower mids combine with a crisp high end to produce a scooped tone completely different from the sound usually associated with classical instruments.
This brand-new, all-solid-wood guitar is based on a 14-fret OM with a superb electronics package
This OM is a slightly modified version of the standard Santa Cruz OM, featuring a top made of Italian instead of Sitka spruce, and the vintage-style “advanced” X-bracing option
This signature model version is closely based on the OM1 that has been the Nashville-based fingerstyle ace’s primary guitar for many years.
Immediately noticeable are the rich sound, excellent sustain, and abundant overtones that make it perfect for playing lush chords
The TOM-R mirrors the traditional look, feel, and construction of the classic OM.
The OM-21 has been part of Martin’s line for quite some time, but the latest version has some updated features.
The Atlantic takes a fair number of liberties with the OM, yielding a unique blend of old and new
The instrument is made with great craftsmanship and boasts a versatile sound.