Yamaha today debuted a fashionable lineup of fresh color options for the Pacifica 112V and 112VM solid body electrics, the TRBX304/305 and TRBX504/505 basses, and the SLG200S and SLG200N SILENT™ Guitars.
ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Yamaha today debuted a fashionable lineup of fresh color options for the Pacifica 112V and 112VM solid body electrics, the TRBX304/305 and TRBX504/505 basses, and the SLG200S and SLG200N SILENT™ Guitars.
Style-savvy guitarists take note: the ever-popular Pacifica 112V electric guitars are now available in elegant Vintage White and United Blue finishes. Ice Blue and Gray finishes offered on Pacifica 112VM guitars beautifully compliment their maple fingerboards.
Bassists, too, will appreciate the chic simplicity of the Factory Blue finish offered on 4-string TRBX304 and 5-string TRBX305 basses, as well as the earthy richness of the Brick Burst finish available on the TRBX504 and TRBX505.
Finally, the award-winning Yamaha Silent Guitar has always been the ideal instrument for practice, travel and live performance. The new Crimson Red Burst finish continues a bold and modern aesthetic and is available on the SLG200S steel-string and SLG200N nylon-string Silent Guitars.
Pricing and Availability
Pricing for the new finishes for Pacifica 112V, Pacifica 112VM, TRBX304/305 and TRBX504/505 are to be determined and are expected to ship Spring 2020. The SLG200S and SLG200N (MSRP $1,101.60) are also expected to ship Spring 2020.
For more information, visit the Yamaha Booth at the 2020 NAMM Show in the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Marquis Ballroom, January 16-19, 2020, or https://yamaha.io/NEWFINISHES.
About Yamaha Guitars
Yamaha began manufacturing guitars in the 1940s and began exporting them to the world in 1966. First, in the '40s, came nylon-string classical acoustic guitars, but it was 1966 that proved to be a particularly impactful year for Yamaha guitars. Introduced at that time were SG electric guitars, SB electric basses, FG steel-string acoustics and a guitar amp. Numerous other offerings have followed, ranging from amps and effects pedals, to an ever-growing range of high-quality guitars, such as the SG, BB, FG and Revstar® families. Over time, the brand has expanded such that Yamaha now builds some of the best-selling acoustic guitars on earth; over a million people a year are transformed into acoustic guitar players by virtue of acquiring their first Yamaha. Yamaha is also no stranger to innovation in the guitar space. For example, 2017 saw the launch of the TransAcousticTM guitar—a unique new category of hybrid acoustic guitar offering onboard chorus and reverb effects to provide a more engaging and inspiring playing experience.
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