This is where I just put random pictures of Yamaha Pacifica guitars I’ve found on the www. If I use one of your pictures anywhere on this site and you object for any reason, please let me know and I’ll remove it immediately.
Found an Instagram page with some nice Pacificas on…
A much modified Pacifica 102 (I’m guessing here!)…an 821…a carved 112…and a yellow Yamaha custom shop Mike Stern 1611 with Fishman acoustic bridge.
Here’s a fab 112 with dark stained natural wood and a neck from a Yammy RGX 121z. Who knew they fitted! Makes it very MusicMan like with the 3-a-side tuners. Very nice. Made by UK chap, Shonky Guitars. Lots of mad stuff there.
Here’s a cracking mod with some serious bodywork having been done, home made scratch plate, Gretsch-type pickups…
Stickers look great when you use a lot.
Here’s a brillanly leafy 120…
Here’s a bloke turning his Pacifica into a mini, pickguard-shaped travel guitar! Those of a sensitive nature, look away now…
And here’s a very rare, to me at least, green 211ms (WHICH DOESN’T MEAN MIKE STERN!!!! all you people out there that think it does.The M stands for maple, as in the fingerboard, S stands for satin finish.)
What model is this? Very rare or a custom job?
Pacifica 1412. Lovely!
PAC USA1 made in America. Rare and very expensive tele/strat hybrid
Take a natural wood 120, add black hardware and Gibson style knobs…fantastic.
1230. Not my cup of tea but whatever floats your boat!
311 with black hardware, nice!
302. Like these but the gold paint falls off the hardware!
Which model? Has a neck through body build.
If purple is your thing…
303 12 string model. Very rare.
This is brilliantly crazy…five pickups (including SD Hot Rails and Cool Rails) on Joel Lolin’s Pacifica. He’s a member of the Facebook Pacifica Lovers crew:
I love this owner-customised Firebird style Pacifica. Very classy.
311S. Not to be confused with the Mike Stern model (as it often is!)
Mike Stern 1511. But what’s the point? Fender style vintage bridge and saddles, Fender style controls, Fender style 7.25 radius neck. SD pickups. So why not buy a Fender Telecaster?
Pacifica 1512 Cornell Dupree signature model. Never seen one, very rare indeed.
The owner of this 120 has got in touch which is fab. He says: “The pickups are a Seymour Duncan ’59 humbucker, and the two P90s are Seymour Duncan Phat Cats. Also under the hood are CTS 500K pots and a genuine Fender 5-way switch. The knobs are genuine Gibson Les Paul speed knobs. What’s not in the picture is a mini-switch I added later on, which adds the neck pickup into any position of the selector switch. This gives me the “neck+bridge” and “all 3 pickups” configurations. I love my Pacifica. It’s a real beast.”
And here’s a 120 with home made white scratchplate giving it a Fender Cabronita vibe. Nice. And graphtech bridge saddles by the look of it too.