still, need to change the nut (only 10 bucks for a graph tech) and a coil split humbucker. Posted by 1 year ago. Hi everyone! My old late 80’s Japanese Squier in Olympic White with a maple fingerboard. (close beat me to it) Logged Guitars: Chevy LP-C (1991), Squier VM Jaguar (2015) Amp: Fender Mustang I v2 … They’re rock-solid. My mobile then rang and distracted me, cold reality hit, and I put it back…. Up until I put on a new pickguard, Fender locking tuners, and new knobs. My main question is, are all the extras in the v worth picking over the j? In fact this configuration has been used on much higher end ‘Superstrats’ like the Ibanez JEM series and a number of Suhr models. Its was the guitar! 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Much preferable is the far less bulky, much more efficient and much easier to replace Fender-style fingerboard nut, which you can simply slide in or out. The Achilles heal of the Yamaha Pacifica 112 is the decision to go for a GIbson-Style, nut positioned on the headstock. His debut album This is Who I am was released in 2016 followed by his first book Goa : A Lesson in Life, published in 2017. Sometimes though, generic(ness) is good. I ran in and quizzed the owner. Originally this guitar was billed as a Squier Stratocaster killer, featuring solid body-woods as opposed to the rumoured plywood Squiers of that time. As an instrument in its own right, however, it’s extremely difficult to fault, especially for the price. I have been on the verge of purchasing a new Yamaha Pacifica but have been put off by the following: Guitars: Chevy LP-C (1991), Squier VM Jaguar (2015), Guitars, Other Instruments, Accessories etc, Very confused (about which Yamaha Pacifica to buy), Re: Very confused (about which Yamaha Pacifica to buy),,, I ended up getting a 112J. Receive notifications of new posts by email. On the right a Yamaha Pacifica 112V (mine ). 3 kids in 2 years impressive seriously though enjoyed your review, I have one of the same vintage and have many memories attached too. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Whichever on you get, buy it used. At the end of the day, I’ve always been able to zip over a Stratocaster fretboard faster than anything else. All I can say is that the Yamaha feels every bit as good as the strat - surprisingly so. And with overdrive, (notably the neck single coil at the end of the song). As someone completely inexperienced in the hardware world of guitars, I have no idea what any of those things mean/what they are worth. The Yamaha Pacifica 112J is a HSS (Humbucker in the bridge, single coil in middle and neck) alder double cutaway bodied, maple bolt-on necked, rosewood fingerboard electric guitar closely (but not too closely) based on the Fender Stratocaster template, and made in Japan. I'm picking up a new (and first) guitar, and I've decided on the Yamaha Pacifica. Very confused (about which Yamaha Pacifica to buy) ... 112J: standard model 112V: model with (better) Alnico V pickups (+ coil tap function) and improved hardware 112VM: same as the 112V but with a maple wood finish?

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