Yamaha's Revstar series is clearly retro in design and equipment. The shape is somewhat reminiscent of the manufacturer's Super Fighter models of the early 70s. At that time, a couple of Japanese brands had set out to shake up the electric guitar market, which was firmly in American hands, with success, as we know today.  
The basic model of the series, the 320, is a solid rock guitar with two humbuckers and a fixed bridge. The Nato wood (also known as carob), which is quite similar to the sound and appearance of South American mahogany, provides warmth and assertiveness. The ceramic magnet pickups cut a fine figure and transmit the sound well.
As with other Yamaha guitars in this price range, the workmanship and finish are of the usual high standard. You can't really go wrong with an RS320.
  • Series: Revstar
  • Body: Nato
  • Neck: Nato, glued in (set-neck)
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Bnd: 22, Medium
  • Scale: 24 3/4" (628mm)
  • Pickups: 2 x ACeramic Humbuckers
  • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
  • Bridge: Tune-o-matic with Stopbar
  • Mechanics: Die-Cast
  • Colour: Stock Yellow
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Technical data

Body

NATO

Neck & Fretboard

Rosewood
Bundiert
NATO
Glued In
24.75'' (62.9cm)

Electronics

Passive
H/H

Hardware

No

Colour & Finish

Yellow

Scope of Delivery

No
No

Construction

6
Double Cut

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