Yamaha BBNE2BL is a great little guitar that you can play well. It is a nylon/rubber string acoustic guitar that has the Yamaha “A” pickup. This is nice because it has a different sensitivity and makes it more interesting to play. The guitars sound when you pluck the strings, and this one has more than one model of strumming patterns that it offers. There are five on the model, and each has a unique sound that you can choose from.
I am not sure what the best thing about this guitar is. Maybe some of the older ones had a plastic sound but not this one. Maybe it’s just a good model that doesn’t last long. When you buy one, you get a case that holds it together all the way. Some models will have a strap on the base so it will stay in place when played.
It has a fretted that are about seven and a half inches deep. On the other hand, the neck is made with a ten-inch drop-away scale. So, there is less than four inches of distance between the strings. That makes it easy to move around when you want to change the chords. It seems to be pretty good quality for the price.
The construction is solid and it seems tough. The only thing I would like to see changed is to make it lighter. This one feels heavy when you first pick it up. It seems well-built and well-equipped when I picked it up. The finish on the body is a dark cherry stain and looks pretty.
Since I own one, I must say that it does go through a lot of wear and tear. Playing the nylon stringed versions I have seen, they seem to go through a lot. The wear seems pretty evenly distributed on the entire body with hardly any spots or tears. That’s pretty neat.
I haven’t been able to take it on the road with me but I intend to soon so I could give it a go for a few songs. I have also attached a review of an online course on Yamaha BB NEF CD. That will give you an idea of what to expect.
I did get one from eBay at an auction, which sold for $75. It was in perfect condition and the buyer was very kind to send me a replacement part for the price asked for the item. The replacement part worked flawlessly and it looks great. It really looks good in my now expensive Fender Stratocaster.
My friend told me it’s better than his. I might give it a try and find out. You should probably avoid this one unless you like the looks. They look cool but don’t do much for the sound.