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Yamaha Revstar Standard RSS20 FGR Chambered Body Electric Guitar Flash Green with Gig Bag

Yamaha Revstar Standard RSS20 FGR Chambered Body Electric Guitar Flash Green with Gig Bag

SKU#: 834255

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Yamaha Revstar Standard RSS20 FLG Chambered Body Electric Guitar Flash Green

The Yamaha Revstar Standard RSS20 features a chambered body and carbon-reinforced neckƒ??developed using Yamahaƒ??s exclusive Acoustic Design process to enhance tone, reduce weight, and ensure optimal balance without sacrificing resonance. Alnico V humbucking pickups combined with a 5-position pickup selector and a passive push/pull Focus Switch provide uncommon versatility from a two-pickup guitar. A deluxe gig bag is included.

  • Caf?? racer-inspired finish
  • Chambered maple and mahogany body
  • Carbon-reinforced 3-piece mahogany neck
  • 2 Alnico V Humbucking pickups
  • 5-Position pickup selector
  • Passive Focus Switch
  • Deluxe gig bag included

Chambered body

This Revstar features a chambered body designed with Yamahaƒ??s Acoustic Design process to sculpt tone and increase resonance while reducing weight and optimizing balance.

Carbon reinforced neck

Revstar Standard and Professional models feature three piece mahogany necks with carbon-reinforced, creating stronger and more resonant instruments.

5-way switching

This system offers unique alternatives to standard "Bridge-Both-Neck" switching. In positions 2 and 4, this circuit slightly delays the opposite pickup for a new take on classic ƒ??in betweenƒ?� sounds.

Focus switch

The push/pull Focus Switch activates a passive boost that darkens highs while increasing bass and mids for an effect like overwound pickups.

Tune-O-Matic bridge

Tune-O-Matic bridges help to ensure your guitar is properly intonated, while optimizing the resonant transfer between the strings and body.