Yamaha Revstar RS320 Red Copper
Affordable Axe with Classic Tone and Performance
Sleek streamlined looks inspired by Yamaha’s high-end motorcycles give this remarkably affordable RS320 the smooth curves of a custom solidbody electric guitar. Like a fine motor craft, the RS320’s lightweight nato body practically floats, and its ultra-fast, thin-carved set neck provides high-speed performance like a fine-tuned machine. A pair of ceramic YGD humbucking pickups also ensures that this axe is ready for any style of music you throw at it. Top it off with the iconic Yamaha Tuning Fork logo in the low-mass aluminum bridge, and you have one incredibly unique instrument.
Yamaha RS320 Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
- Ceramic YGD pickups deliver classic humbucker tone
- Thin neck profile delivers fast action and added comfort
- Revstar series guitars are packed with personality
Ceramic YGD pickups deliver classic humbucker tone
The Yamaha RS320’s ceramic YGD pickups give this RS320 a distinct personality. It’s the result of more than 50 prototype tests featuring different combinations of wire, windings, magnets, and baseplates before Yamaha spec’d this guitar. While the resulting ceramic humbucker gives a nod to many of the classic pickups Our guitarists dig, you can be sure this guitar will deliver a unique tone all of its own.
Thin neck profile delivers fast action and added comfort
Whether you’re a beginning player with small hands, or you simply like the feel of a thin, fast-playing neck, you’re going to love fretting on the RS320. Topped with rosewood and set into the RS320’s lightweight nato body, this solidbody electric delivers the performance any guitarist needs.
Revstar series guitars are packed with personality
Inspired by the bold styling of London and Tokyo’s vintage street-racing motorbikes, Yamaha’s Revstar series of electric guitars features dramatic curves, character-packed custom-wound pickups, and delightfully muscular tone. Each model in the Revstar lineup is full of its own distinct personality. These instruments exude a distinctiveness as unique as the guitarists who play them.