The three-strong, affordable line-up offers distinctive aesthetics - most notably a pop of colour from the silk-screened inner label - but also beginner-friendly playability, with narrower string spacing, low action and a slim neck with hand-rolled fingerboard edges.
Each of the three concert-bodied models - the Storia I, II and III - boast solid spruce (I) or mahogany tops (II and III), with laminate mahogany back and sides, plus a nato neck, walnut fretboard and passive under-saddle pickup.
There are a host of neat touches across the range, too, including champagne-gold open-gear tuners and brass bridge pins.
Yamaha reckons these will make an ideal first guitar or an acoustic that will complement your home décor - and at £354 each, we could see these cropping up in a number of guitarists’ living rooms…
For more info, pop on over to Yamaha Guitars.