YAMAHA FG-150,are the red label and the light green label really different?

are the red label and the light green label really different?

I played both several guitars.
There was some good one with red label.

The guitar made after 1972 seems just like FG-170 green label’s sound,I feel.

Before then,FG-150’s sound have the same tendency.

The guitar made in 1967 from 1966 is made politely.

I think it’s also fact that there is hit or miss after a guitar starts to be massed produce.

Anyway, it has passed for more than 40 years, so I think as expected, how to be treated an individual is also big at the end.

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Guitar Samples

  1. FG-150 S/No,559XXX

  2. FG-150 S/No,569XXX

  3. FG-150 S/No,593XXX

  4. FG-150 S/No,599XXX

  5. FG-150 S/No,611XXX

  6. FG-150 S/No,613XXX

  7. FG-150 S/No,642XXX

  8. FG-150 S/No,803XXX

  9. FG-150 S/No.892XXX

FG-150 仕様 -spec-

  1. Pegs

  2. Head Logo

  3. Label

  4. Truss Rod Covers

  5. PicGuard

歴史 -History-