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Yamaha F335 Review

Looking for a good, reliable, Yamaha F335 review? That is a good call. Yamaha is in the business of making great instruments. This reputation extends to their collection of guitars.

But just because they have made some good stuff in the past, doesn’t mean that everything that they make is perfect, right?

So, is the Yamaha F335 going to be right for you? That is the exact question that we have set out to answer today.
In order to find out, we took an in-depth look at the F335. We found out what it does right, and what it does wrong. Everything that we learned has been included in the guide before you today.

Yamaha F335
Our rating:4.3 out of 5 stars (4.3 / 5)


Important Features

We will now take a look at some important features. All of the things that you will find below are features that we really liked a lot. A little bit later we will also take a look at a few issues we found with the guitar.


The most attractive aspect of this guitar is probably going to be its price tag. Though there are certainly cheaper guitars on the market they probably are not products that you are going to want use.

Yamaha F335

The price tag on the Yamaha F335 is about as low as you can ever expect to find on a guitar that performs at this level.

The price is going to make this a compelling option both for beginners and just for people who are looking for a nice, wallet-friendly deal.


Another nice feature that you get here is that the guitar looks nice. The laminate design is made to have a classic look that musicians of every skill level are sure to appreciate.

The design features all of the cosmetic benefits of a hardtop guitar. The good news though, is that you don’t have to deal with the high cost.

Unfortunately, the similarities between this and a hard top are strictly cosmetic. You do get all of the limitations of a laminate, which we will go over a little bit later.

Mahogany Neck

The nicest element of this guitar is probably going to be the mahogany neck. This is worth mentioning for the fact that most guitars don’t feature components like mahogany.

Why? Mahogany is a nice, hardwood that usually will last for a long time. Of course, a little bit of mahogany on the neck isn’t going to make up for a mostly laminate construction. Still, it will be a small consolation that will also improve the overall lifespan of the guitar.

Color Options

Last but not least, you also get a couple of different color options to choose from with this model. You get the traditional, blonde laminate finish. This is the look hat really embodies the quintessential acoustic guitar appearance.

However, if you are looking to go a little bit more stylized, there is an option for that as well. The F335 also includes a black finish some user may find a little it more visually appealing.

The two options are not quite as expansive as some guitar lines offer. However, having an additional option is certainly better than not having one.


Now that we have looked at what the F335 does right, it is time to start thinking about what it does wrong.

For the most part, we found that the issues attached to this guitar are pretty common. This is especially true when you consider the price.

Still, there were a few problems that we don’t love to see. The biggest issue is the materials that it is made of. The vast majority of the guitar is made of laminate. This means that it is going to feature a relatively thin sound profile.

It also means that there are going to be some durability concerns. That was another big issue that we noticed. The laminate is extremely vulnerable to scratching. This is a cosmetic prole that won’t affect the way that the guitar plays.

Yamaha F335

However, we did also find that it was susceptible to cracks. Should you encounter a crack, this will, of course, have a big impact on how the instrument plays.

Of course, these are issues you find with almost any guitar made of laminate. Hard top guitars sound significantly better. They also cost significantly more.

In terms of other issues, there really wasn’t much to mention. One other thing that we might mention pertains to the neck and the fretboard. We found that they were very narrow for an acoustic guitar.

This is pretty common of electric guitars, but not so common with acoustics. This isn’t going to have a massive impact on how the guitar performs.

However, it may be a little bit confusing for people who are used to a more conventional setup. These things aside, it is a good guitar that most beginners will appreciate.

Pros And Cons

The review is now at its end. Pretty soon, you may want to start thinking about making a buying decision. Is this guitar right for your needs? Here is a list of some pros and cons that might help you answer that question.

Pros Of Yamaha F335

  • Very affordable
  • Attractive design
  • Mahogany neck
  • Multiple color options

Cons Of Yamaha F335

  • Not very durable
  • Sound quality is a little bit thin


So there you have it! Is the guitar perfect? No, not quite, but it certainly does manage to get a lot of things right.

The biggest selling point here is probably going to be the price tag. This is a quality instrument at a very reasonable price tag.

It looks nice, plays well, and will be a great way for people to get good at the guitar.

More experienced users may look for something with a richer sound profile.

Otherwise, it is a really excellent guitar at a very fair price.

4.9/5 - (87 votes)

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About Corey Hoffman

Corey is a multi-instrumentalist who has played in numerous bands over the years, some good, some not so good. He has also written countless songs and recorded five albums in professional studios across America. Today he is a hobby musician but still loves the guitar after over 15 years of playing.

He considers his writing as a way to share what he has learned over the decades with younger generations ad always can't wait to get his hands on the latest gear.

He lives just outside New York with his wife Barbara and their two German Shepherds, Ziggy and Iggy.

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