Last weekend my wife and I were doing our usual Saturday morning "Yard Sale Route" and we stopped at one which had a very dirty acoustic with only three strings and bridge pins and a broken nut... I looked at it and put it back in the case and walked around a bit. When we were leaving my wife asked the lady "How much is that guitar?" and she said "Ten Dollars".... I thought that for only ten bucks I could just hang it on the wall or something. I took all the strings (3 of 'em) and got out my guitar polish and to my surprise the thing was beautiful with a nice "aged" finish. I tightened up the tuners and put a new set of bridgepins, a bone nut and some new strings and then straightened out the neck, tuned 'er up and was really surprised. The thing has a great full tone and projects wonderfully. It's a Yamaha FG-340 II. The tag inside says it was made in Taiwan, Republic of China... Has anyone here ever had one of these? This is a great guitar and I'm going to keep it as my "go to" acoustic when I don't need to be "plugged in"...... It has binding on the body, neck and headstock with a solid top and all.. Here's some shots of it...............JH in Va.