Yamaha constantly strives to update and improve its product line, and adding a new model to the popular RGX series is one of the company’s latest efforts on the 6-string side to offer players something new. Among the things that make the RGX-A2 intriguing is its proprietary A.I.R. (Alternative Internal Resonance) body construction, which is intended to enhance tonal response and diminish weight. To reach these goals Yamaha did several things: They constructed the body from a lightweight falacata wood core, and then sandwiched it between a top and back made from denser, harder maple. Configured within the body are also a series of “sound tubes” that allow the internal area to vibrate more freely. Further design tweaks were employed to help channel the vibrations to the strings and pickups.
CAD Audio is introducing the innovative new GXLD2 Digital Dual Channel wireless system incorporating the latest technology to ensure failsafe reception and exceptional performance in today’s challenging RF environments.