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Although it was designed as electric acoustic guitar, CPX never forgets body resonance of an acoustic guitar. This all solid CPX resonates even deeper with Rosewood and when combined with SRT, its real acoustic sound and playability is irresistible for both studios and stages. The same as APX1200II, Mahogany wood binding, black button on tuning machine are applied to its body. And newly designed MOP/ Paddock position marks, are another cosmetic feature of this series. CPX1200 is available in Translucent Black and Vintage Sunburst.
Medium Jumbo Body Cutaway
Solid Spruce Top
Solid Rosewood Back & Sides
Natural Amplified Sound by SRT System
Colours – Natural, Tranclusent Black, Brown Sunburst, Ultramarine
*This is PRE-ORDER and waiting time at least 1 to 2 months.
The medium-jumbo body CPX delivers an open, modern tone with powerful, rich low-end, smooth, delicate highs, and sweet mids. Non-scalloped X-type bracing ensures a strong, rich acoustic tone that remains clear and usable on stage.
CPX Soundhole: Round
CPX’s conventional round soundhole focuses the midrange, while controlling bass, for a direct, powerful sound.
Electric system : SRT system for CPX1200II and CPX1000
Using advanced Digital Signal Processing and real-world insight into audio technology and recording techniques, Yamaha have developed SRT – a pickup and preamp system capable of delivering an amazingly natural, studio-quality acoustic guitar tone.
Sounds that were, until now, only attainable by professional recording engineers using expensive vintage microphones in world-class acoustic spaces are now easily recreated by any player, on stage or in the studio.
SRT does not artificially create a guitar tone, rather it creates a faithful reproduction of the other elements that make up a great guitar sound – the subtle ambience of the real space between instrument and microphone, the characteristic EQ voicing of a great sounding vintage mic, the different resonances captured when you move a mic around a guitar.
And because SRT uses your guitar’s natural tone as a basis for this process, the result is phenomenally realistic and full of the acoustic character of your guitar.