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2011 Yamaha James Toseland Signature Edition
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2011 Yamaha James Toseland Signature Edition - September 8, 2010, 10:18 AM



only 5 to be made, all feature Alternative Internal Resonance (AIR)...wait that makes it an AIR gui....


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September 8, 2010, 10:40 AM

I dig the headstock. Wonder how much this will increase the price of the regular ~300usd model. Yamaha makes some quality guitars, though, still have mine after 8 years of beatings.
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September 8, 2010, 12:15 PM

Does it steal teammates' crew chiefs and appear pretty mediocre when placed on the largest of stages?
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September 8, 2010, 12:31 PM

+1 to yahama for making enough of these guaitars so that all of Toseland's fans are able to buy one.

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My first guitar was a Yamaha Costco Special, I hated it from day one, and I have never been inclined to buy another since. For $350 you can pick up a mexican strat, throw some decent pickups in it, and have a pretty good guitar that won't steal teammates' crew chiefs or appear pretty mediocre when placed on the largest of stages.
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Does it steal teammates' crew chiefs and appear pretty mediocre when placed on the largest of stages?
I bet that thing plays the blues really well. I mean it has to wail like a grown man crying.


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I bet that thing plays the blues really well. I mean it has to wail like a grown man crying.
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September 8, 2010, 03:37 PM

wow, when i read the actual thread i was surely not expecting all the hate that i just read. thought everyone loved yamaha.


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wow, when i read the actual thread i was surely not expecting all the hate that i just read. thought everyone loved yamaha.
Love Yamaha. The quotes in question are directed at Mr. Toseland.
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