1980s Yamaha G-235 Classical Guitar

I've worked on scads of all-ply, Taiwan-made Yamaha classicals with all variety of model names (they're all basically the same guitar)... so I'm just going to say that this is practical, sounds good, plays great, and is available for sale. If you need more history, check out this other G-235 I worked-on years ago or delve deep into the "Museum" page to see many more Yamaha classicals. 

Now for stats...

Repairs included: bridge modification (cut-down, new fret saddle), setup.

Made by: Yamaha

Model: G-235

Made in: Taiwan

Top wood: ply cedar

Back & sides wood: ply mahogany

Bracing type: fan

Bridge: rosewood

Fretboard: rosewood

Neck wood: mahogany or Spanish cedar

Action height at 12th fret: 3/32" overall (quick)
String gauges: medium-tension "folk" nylons

Neck shape: medium-big D

Board radius: flat

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium

Scale length: 26"

Nut width: 2"

Body length: 19 1/4"

Body width: 14 1/2"

Body depth: 4"

Weight: 4 lb 0 oz

Condition notes: it's fairly clean throughout but does show minor scratching/scuffing here and there. It's all-original, too, save the modified bridge/saddle area -- which was required to get action down and comfortable.