IDE TREBLE SIDE
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Thank you for choosing a Y
amaha electric-acoustic guitar .
In order to make
the most of the advanced features and performance pr ovided
by your guitar
, please r ead this manual car efully befor e using the instrument.
preampliﬁer is automatically turned ON when a guitar cable is
connected to the output jack.
TER V OL. (Mas ter V olume ) Con trol
sts t he ov erall outpu t vol ume l evel.
sure that the MASTE RVOL. ist urned to“ 0”be fore connec ting ordi sconn ectin g.
TT . (Batt ery Che ck) Indica tor
indi cator will light when the batt ery nee ds
e rep laced . Pleas e rep lace the b attery a s soon as p ossib le wh en th e BA TT . indi cator light s.
Th e ba tt er y ch ec k in di ca to r ma y lig ht m om en ta ri ly w he n th e TU NE R sw it ch i s
3 Band Equalizer
: Boosts or cuts the level of the low frequencies.
: Boosts or cuts the level of the middle frequencies.
: Boosts or cuts the level of the high frequencies.
PICKUP MIX Control
: Controls the volume of the treble side pickup.
: Controls the volume of the bass side pickup.
The system will not produce sound when both the TREBLE SIDE and BASS SIDE
Switches the tuner ON/OFF
Displays tuner information.
Using the Sound Hall Cover
feedb ack occurs when play ing at high volu mes, t he Sound Hole Cover shou ld be ins erted into the
d hole. Wh en insert ed into the sound hol e, Sou nd Hole Cover eff ective ly reduce s feedbac k.
Mix of Bass Side
Output Jack (with power switch function)
Sound Hole Cover for
PLEASE READ CAREFULL
Y BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a saf
e and handy place for futur e ref erence.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury
or even death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, ﬁre or other hazards.
These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Do not open
This instrument contains no user -serviceable parts. Do not open the instrument or at-
tempt to disassemble or modify the internal components in any way
. If it should appear
to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualiﬁed
amaha service personnel.
ot exp ose t he ins trume nt to rain, use i t near wate r or i n dam p or w et co nditio ns, p lace i t on
contai ners (such as va ses, b ottle s, or glasse s) co ntaini ng li quids that might spill into any
ings. If an y liqu id su ch as water seeps into the i nstrum ent, turn o ff th e powe r imm ediate ly
have t he in strume nt in specte d by qualiﬁ ed Y amaha s ervic e pers onnel .
If you notice any abnormality
one o f the follo wing proble ms oc cur , imme diatel y turn off the po wer a nd rem ove a ll bat -
es fro m the instr ument , then have the i nstrum ent i nspect ed by Y amah a ser vice p erson nel.
- It emits unusual smells or smoke.
- Some object has been dropped into the instrument.
- There is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical
injury to you or others, or damage to the instrument or other property
. These precautions
include, but are not limited to, the following:
re con necti ng the inst rument to o ther e lectro nic c ompone nts, turn o ff th e powe r for all c ompo-
s. Bef ore t urning the power on or off f or all comp onents , set all v olume level s to minimu m.
Be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum levels and gradually raise
the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over .
Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not use
excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long period of time at a high or
uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experi-
ence any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
Y amaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modiﬁ-
cations to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
Information on the battery can be found in the section at the end of this sheet.
Please read the instruction manual for the external audio device such as a guitar
, etc., prior to use.
USING THE TUNER
is equipped with an A4=440Hz standard pitch tuner . The tuner’ s circuitr y is inde-
from the guitar’ s output circuit so s witching the tuner ON/OFF will have no affect
on sound output.
the TUNER switch, with or without the cable connected, the and lamps will
simultaneously and the tuner is switched ON.
T une the guit ar string unt il the note name of the desi red pitch appea rs in the tuner’ s displa y .
lamp indica tes the pitch is low. The lamp indicates the pitch is high.
The pitc h indicat or ( ) ﬂas hes slowe r as the str ing’ s pitch nea rs the note show n in the dis play .
The string is in tunewhen the
and lamps both light.
Press the TUNER switch again to switch the tuner OFF .
unerw illaut omati callys witch OFFa pprox imatel ytwom inutes after theTUN ERswi tch
ressed (ene rgysa ving functi on). T ocont inuet uning ,pres sthe TUNER switc haga in.
Itm aytak eafe wsec ondsb efore thet uner cande tect pitche saft erbei ngswi tched ON.
The note name and
displays may have difculty keeping up with irregular
The battery check indicator lights continuously when battery power is low. Please change
ys t em :
YS T EM - 61 (M o na u ra l 2 w a y)
ic k up :
o nt a ct Pi ck u p ( in st a ll e d i ns id e
th e b o dy )
re - am p l if i er C on t r ol s :
M A ST E R V OL . , 3 Ba nd (H I GH , M I D, L OW )
co n tr o l, PI C KU P M IX co n tr ol (T R EB L E SI D E, B AS S S ID E )
ut p ut j ac k :
C o mb i na -
o n e nd pi n/ p ow e r s wi t ch
ut p ut i mp e da n c e:
we r su p p ly :
9 V D C ,
0 06 P ( 6 F2 2, 6 LR 6 1) d r y c e ll b a t te r y x 1
at t er y l i fe :
A p p ro x. 8 0 h ou rs (w i th ou t
n er ) , Ap p ro x. 7 0 h ou rs (w i th th e p re a mp s w i tc he d O N a nd th e t u ne r u se d 2 m i nu t es
e r y 1 h ou r )
W h en us i ng a m an g an es e b a tt e ry. * V a ri e s a cc o rd i ng to o p er a ti n g
n di t io n s.
u ne r :
Tuni: C n g Sy s te m hr om a ti c t yp e ( 12 se mi t on es ) , A4 =4 40 H z Au t o
F F u nc t io n : TunI er au t om a ti ca l ly sw i tc h es OF F a ft e r 2 m in u te s . n pu t : B ui l t i n pi c ku p
t ch Ac c ur ac y R an g e : +/ – 3 ce nt s
cc e ss o r ie s :
H e xa g on a l w re nc h f o r n ec k
j us t me n t x1 , S- 0 06 P ( 6F 2 2, 6L R 61 ) d r y c el l b a tt e r y x1 , So un d h o le co ve r x 1
order to avoid reduced sound quality , replace the battery as soon as possible when the
battery check indica
Press the release lever on the batter y holder in the direction indicated by the arrow in the
in order to unlock it.
Slide out the battery case.
Remove the old battery from the battery case, and insert the new batter y making sure that
(+) and (–) terminals of the battery are positioned as shown in the illustration. Use only
DC9V , S-006P (6F22, 6LR61) or equivalent battery .
the ba ttery case back into the battery holder and press ﬁrmly so that the battery
case locks into place.