Yamaha LL6 ARE

(1 customer review)


Experience superior sound quality with the Yamaha LL6 ARE – a premium acoustic-electric guitar designed with state-of-the-art technology to bring out the best in your music.




Yamaha is a well-known brand in the music industry, and they have been producing high-quality guitars for many years. Their LL6 ARE acoustic guitar is no exception. This guitar is built with a solid Engelmann Spruce top, a rosewood back and sides, and a 5-ply neck made from mahogany and rosewood.

One of the unique features of this guitar is its Acoustic Resonance Enhancement or ARE technology. This technology is employed during the guitar’s manufacturing process to artificially age the wood. ARE technology involves a process of controlling the temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure to emulate the effect of the guitar aging over a period of several years. This process introduces chemical changes affecting the molecules, hence creating the same warm tone and projection that usually takes years of playing to achieve.

The Yamaha LL6 ARE also features an upgraded scalloped bracing pattern that both enhances the overall resonance of the guitar and makes playing more comfortable. The fingerboard is made from ebony, which is known for its durability and smooth playing surface. There are 20 frets on the fretboard, which allows guitarists to play a wide range of notes and chords.

The hardware on this guitar is of high quality. The open-gear tuners provide smooth and accurate tuning, and the saddle and nut are made from Urea Resin, a durable yet lightweight material. The bridge is also made from ebony, which helps transfer the vibrations of the strings to the soundboard, thereby creating a clear, articulate sound.

In terms of sound, the Yamaha LL6 ARE has a rich, warm tone with excellent projection. The midrange and treble frequencies are well balanced, and the bass is deep and resonant without overpowering the other frequencies. Thanks to the ARE technology which affects the molecular structure of the wood and promotes vibration, the guitar produces amazing resonance and sustain.

Overall, the Yamaha LL6 ARE acoustic guitar is an excellent choice for any guitarist looking for a quality instrument that delivers amazing sound and long-lasting durability. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned player, this guitar will provide you with all the features you need to create beautiful music.

Yamaha LL6 ARE properties

Product name LL6 ARE
Brand Yamaha
Type String Instruments
String Instruments Acoustic Guitar
Number of Strings 6 pcs
String Type Nylon
Built-in Microphone No
Handedness Right-handed
Number of Frets 20
Cutaway No Cutaway
Size 4/4
Wood Type (front) Ebony
Wood Type (back) Rosewood
Wood Type (body sides) Rosewood
Wood Type (neck) Mahogany, Rosewood
Wood Type (fretboard) Rosewood
Colour Ebony

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1 review for Yamaha LL6 ARE

  1. Viktor

    There is a lot to improve in every cheap guitar. These are not oil wrenches. You need to put glue, e.g. a drop, under the handles of the keys and spray the activator. Then the backlash will be eliminated. You always have to correct the saddle, select the lower ridge, adjust the curvature of the bar, make adjustments to the thresholds. Only then will it be easy and fun to play. A cheap guitar does not have factory hours for finishing, and cheap wood changes its shape and dimensions by itself.

    Only guitars that are many times more expensive are perfect. If you are buying basic models, it is better to choose a more expensive store that has a luthier on board and will make corrections. These bargain prices are on profit margins of a few percent, so there is no chance of including solid service, adjustments and adjustments. Then the client is the tester. Either he will get to know him and give him corrections to the luthier, or he will not recognize him and he will tire.

    This applies to all guitars below a certain amount. Comparison engines are great for buying washing machines and televisions, which are the same in every store. Instruments are a completely different story and a lot depends on the store itself, because each piece is different. The higher the price, the greater the chance that someone will add an hour of work and improve what needs to be done.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How does the scalloped bracing design of the Yamaha LL6 ARE contribute to its exceptional projection and tonal clarity compared to traditional bracing methods?

The scalloped bracing design used in the Yamaha LL6 ARE is a modern engineering technique that provides superior projection and tonal clarity compared to traditional bracing methods. Traditional X-braced patterns are still commonly found in many acoustic guitars, but they can sometimes result in a loss of volume and clarity due to the stiffness created by the solid wood crossbars. Scalloped bracing is a more advanced technique that involves curving the braces beneath the strings to create a more flexible and responsive soundboard. This allows for better vibration transfer between the strings and the body, resulting in greater volume and a wider frequency response. Additionally, scalloped bracing helps to reduce the weight of the bracing material, which can also contribute to improved tonal clarity by allowing the guitar's natural resonance to shine through. Overall, the LL6 ARE's scalloped bracing design is a key factor in its exceptional projection and tonal clarity, delivering rich, full-bodied sound with impressive volume and clarity that truly brings out the best in each note played.