Yamaha APX600FM-AM Acoustic/Electric Guitar-Flame Maple Amber
One of the world's best-selling acoustic-electric guitars–the APX600 series–introduces an upgraded version with a flame maple top. APX's thin-line body combines incredible comfort, easy top-fret access and natural acoustic tone–giving APX600FM excellent playability that is perfectly suited for on-stage performers.
Two Colors: Flamed Maple Amber and Tobacco Brown Sunburst
Flamed maple top
Thin-line cutaway body design for exceptional playability
25" scale length and narrower string spacing for enhanced comfort
New bracing pattern for increased bass response
Abalone soundhole rosette
Stage-focused pickup system for shaping your sound in the mix
Take the stage by storm
As an electric guitarist in the 1980s, if you wanted to play acoustic on stage there were few options for you that really worked. In 1987, Yamaha made the first acoustic guitar that could be taken from a guitar rack, plugged in and played at volume, problem free; no more howling feedback, misplaced mics or the dreaded extended sound check….
The APX series didn’t just focus on sound - every element was tweaked to be an easy switch for an electric player on-stage, from the stylish finishes to the cutaway body and the slim, electric-guitar style neck.
In any electro-acoustic, the combination of the guitar’s acoustic sound and its pickup is the heart of the sound. The latest APX600 features SRT Piezo Pickup – the same pickup as featured in the highly acclaimed A Series range and boasting incredible dynamic range, natural tone and the feedback rejection and mix-friendly sound that guitarists need and want. Yamaha’s legendary active preamp is still a big feature of APX, and being built by Yamaha’s audio-visual division, the sound quality is everything you’d expect from the world’s number one.
Styles have changed a little since 1987, but the essence of APX is the same as ever. Today’s APX guitars boast a more natural look, 5mm deeper body for better bass response and greater volume and, under the hood, a new non-scalloped bracing pattern for a responsive, dynamic tone.