The Yamaha FGX800C acoustic-electric guitar stems from a long heritage of amazing FG "folk guitar" acoustic guitars and gives you incredible value at an entry-level price. Yamaha's proprietary under-saddle piezo pickup and System 66 analog preamp ensure the solid plugged-in performance. The head, tuning pegs, and fretboard are much nice than Epiphone DR-100. Derived from FG800 which has the solid spruce top and nato/okume back and sides, FGX800C has a cutaway body and the electric system. They tend to use light gauge … I've owned a couple Yamaha guitars and this one is consistent with their brand. But that’s only a guess. The FG800 is a new model for Yamaha so it’s unlikely they would be using the discontinued FS50BTs. Derived from FG800 which has the solid spruce top and nato/okume back and sides, FGX800C has a cutaway body and the electric system. Craftsmanship: Yamaha quality. The guitar's combination of premium tonewoods makes it a great value for seasoned players, but it's priced to … The FG800 appears to be much higher quality in materials and design than most of its competitors at lower price points. Skip to main content Skip to footer site51500000024997 site51500000000020833 New J44673 Yamaha FGX830C Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar site51500000024997,site51500000024996 false Yamaha FGX800C Acoustic Electric Guitar (Natural) The first choice in experiencing acoustic-electric music. Yamaha have discontinued the FS50BT strings so it’s likely that it will have the D’addario EXP11.