"Hello! I'm interested in ur Yamaha FGB1. Pls make a best price and send to my email :firstname.lastname@example.org
Could u pls give me some detailed photos of the guitar. I wanna make sure it is the real one I want."
" I have a Yamaha FG-B1 and yes the inside badge and the orignal strings, Yamaha store tag . . The neck is Grate too. Any one interested ? It is a first run of the model I think. #'s are 00515910 in show room shape,(minus scratches )."
Hey, J ALLAN, do you own a bamboo Yamaha FG-B1? What do you think of it? My neck seems to bend all over the place and I think bamboo was NOT the right material for musical instruments like guitars, mandolins, banjos, etc. I find the bamboo extremely sensitive to heat and humidity variations. Do you find that with your FG-B1?
I'm glad to make friends anytime. Especially new friends from other countries I sincerely enjoy. It seems the computer has appeared to make the planet Earth much smaller than it actually is. That seems so cool. Have a great holiday and remember, the only way to avoid a hangover, is to stay drunk. Take care Mr. Allan.
I bought a bamboo Yamaha FG-B1 that I promised to myself I'd NEVER sell it. It sounds so nice and looks good enough to eat. Thing is, as life goes on, I saw a Martin J 40 that I MUST purchase. NO GIFTS THIS YEAR FOR ANYONE BUT ME. Old Santa Claws is building me a Martin J 40. You want to buy this lovely guitar, which comes with a great hard shell case and NOT a garbage bag to haul it around. Get me a great deal on a Martin J 40 and I'll give you this FG-B1 for a great price. Tit for tat eh. Pictures can be sent upon request.