The vintage-inspired L26 reminds us of the tradition of Yamaha guitars. Open-gear tuners and overall settled cosmetics draw interest of many players who appreciate history, tradition and the good-old days. Like its appearance, the sound of L26 is open and mature while offering Yamaha's exclusive comfort and playability.
The classic look and tone of the AES1500 plus the famous Bigsby B-6 Tremolo for added appeal to the country and rock 'n roll perfomrmer. Color/Orange StainOther Colours Available
A new take on classic tone. Conventional amps work great on stage, but what about everywhere else you play? THR is designed to truly fit where, when and how you play off-stage. Designed by people on the search for tone, Yamaha's Virtual Circuitry Modeling technology delivers amp sounds that respond exactly like real tube amps, incredibly realistic effects and hi-fi quality stereo playback - all at low volumes. Be prepared to spend a lot more time playing guitar...
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Starting at the age of 16, Lee played his first session with The Mama's and the Papa's. Two years later he was backing Tony Bennett and Lena Horne at L.A.'s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Known as "Captain Fingers," Ritenour became a sought-after session player in the mid-70's. Starting in 1976, at the age of 24, he began his own solo career which now includes over 30 albums and collaborations. Although heavily influenced in his early days by the relaxed styles of Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass and Barney Kessel, he now has his own distinctive sound and fluid style. His list of session work is awesome (some 3,000 sessions), but some of his notable performances were with Herbie Hancock, Steely Dan, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins and Pink Floyd. Since the mid-80's Ritenour has been strongly influenced by Brazilian music.