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Yamaha Electric SYSTEM60II 取扱説明書
Nomenclature / Controls
Electric Acoustic Guitar
Pickup Level Controls
“Acoustic Resonance Transducer”
Owner’s Manual
Thank you for choosing a Yamaha electric-acoustic guitar.
In order to make the most of the advanced features and performance provided by your
guitar, please read this manual carefully before using the instrument.
Note that this manual covers only the electronic parts of this product. For information
on the other non-electronic parts, refer to the separate Acoustic Guitar Owner’s Manual.
Master Volume
Output Jack
(with power switch
Please keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury
or even death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These
precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
e Battery
Check Indicator
Do not open
• This instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not open the instrument or attempt to
disassemble or modify the internal components in any way. If it should appear to be malfunctioning,
discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
If you notice any abnormality
• When one of the following problems occur, immediately turn off the power and remove all batteries
from the instrument, then have the instrument inspected by Yamaha service personnel.
- It emits unusual smells or smoke.
- Some object has been dropped into the instrument.
- There is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument.
q Master
Main Pickup
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to
you or others, or damage to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but
are not limited to, the following:
• Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power for all components.
Before turning the power on or off for all components, set all volume levels to minimum.
• Be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum levels and gradually raise the
volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
• Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over.
Handling caution
• Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not use
excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
• Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long period of time at a high or
uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experience
any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
* Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications
to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
* Information on the battery can be found in the section at the end of this sheet.
* Please read the instruction manual for the external audio device such as a guitar
amplifier, etc., prior to use.
Bass Side
Sub Pickup
Treble Side
Sub Pickup
The control knobs are a
push-push type. Pushing
the knob down and into
the guitar when not in use
retains the instrument’s
clean lines and also helps
prevent mistaken operation.
Push the knob again to
adjust the volume.
* Make sue that the knob is
pushed down before storing the guitar in the case.
* Pickup locations shown in the illustration above are only approximations and
not exact representations of their locations.
q Master Volume Control (VOL.)
The 3 mixed pickup levels are sent to the VOL., which adjusts the overall sound output
* Make sure that the VOL. is turned to “0” before connecting or disconnecting.
* Raising the VOL. level will produce no sound if all pickup level controls are set to “0”.
w Pickup Level Controls
Controls the volume of the main pickup.
TREBLE: Controls the volume of the treble side sub pickup.
Controls the volume of the bass side sub pickup.
The Main Pickup delivers a balanced sound output of the acoustic guitar’s basic tonal
elements. Mixing in the dynamics and harmonic overtones produced by the sub pickup
outputs can be used to achieve a wide range of tonal variations.
We recommend starting just with the output from the main pickup, and adding and
adjusting the output levels from the sub pickups (BASS/TREBLE) to achieve a sound to
your liking.
e Battery Check Indicator
Replacing the Battery
• To remove the battery, pull out the battery (with the power cable clip attached) from the
holder inside the body through the sound hole (fig. 1) and remove the power cable clip
from the battery (fig. 2).
• To install the battery, snap the battery terminals to the matching terminals on the power
cable clip (fig. 2) and put the connected battery back in the holder inside the body through
the sound hole (fig. 1).
(fig. 1)
(fig. 2)
cable clip
To Remove
To Remove
To Install
w Pickup Level Controls
Water warning
• Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in damp or wet conditions, place it on any
containers (such as vases, bottles, or glasses) containing liquids that might spill into any openings.
If any liquid such as water seeps into the instrument, turn off the power immediately and have the
instrument inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
Master Volume
This indicator will light when the battery needs to be replaced. Please replace the
battery as soon as possible when the indicator lights.
● System: System60II (Mono 3 way) ● Pickup: Contact Pickup “Acoustic Resonance
Transducer” (installed inside of the body) ● Preamplifier Controls: Master volume (VOL.),
Pickup level control (MAIN, TREBLE, BASS) ● Output Jack: Combination end pin/power
switch ● Output Impedance: 2kΩ ● Battery: DC9V, S-006P (6F22, 6LR61) or equivalent
battery ● Battery Life: Approx. 50 hours (When manganese battery is installed) * Varies
according to operating conditions. ● Accessories: Neck adjustment hex-wrench x1
* The contents of this manual apply to the latest specifications as of the publishing date.
To obtain the latest manual, access the Yamaha website then download the manual file.
電池はすべて+ / -の極性表
・ 使用済みの乾電池は、各自治体で決められたルールに従って廃棄しましょう。
Veillez à toujours observer les précautions élémentaires énumérées ci-après pour
éviter de graves blessures, voire la mort, en raison d'une électrocution, d'un court-circuit,
de dégâts, d'un incendie ou de tout autre risque. La liste de ces précautions n'est
pas exhaustive :
• Veillez à respecter les précautions détaillées ci-après. Le non respect de ces instructions
risque de provoquer une explosion, un incendie ou une fuite du liquide des piles.
- N'altérez pas les piles et n'essayez pas de les démonter.
- Ne jetez pas les piles au feu.
- Ne tentez pas de recharger une pile non rechargeable.
- Gardez les piles éloignées des objets métalliques tels que les colliers, les épingles à
cheveux, les pièces de monnaie ou les clés.
- Utilisez uniquement le type de pile spécifié.
- Veillez à utiliser des piles neuves, de type et de modèle identiques, issues du même
- Prenez soin de respecter la polarité (+/-) lors de la mise en place des piles.
- Lorsque les piles sont épuisées ou en cas de non-utilisation de l'instrument pendant
une durée prolongée, retirez les piles de l'instrument.
• Conservez les piles hors de portée des enfants car ceux-ci risquent de les avaler.
• En cas de fuite du liquide des piles, évitez tout contact avec ce liquide. En cas de contact
avec les yeux, la bouche ou la peau, rincez immédiatement à l'eau claire et consultez un
médecin. Le liquide présent dans la pile est corrosif et peut provoquer la cécité ou des
brûlures chimiques.
Veiller à éliminer les piles usagées selon les réglementations locales.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious
injury or even death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other
hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Follow the precautions below. Failure to do so might result in explosion, fire, overheating
or battery fluid leakage.
- Do not tamper with or disassemble batteries.
- Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
- Do not attempt to recharge batteries that are not designed to be charged.
- Keep the batteries separate from metallic objects such as necklaces, hairpins, coins,
and keys.
- Use the specified battery type only.
- Use new batteries, all of which are the same type, same model, and made by the same
- Always make sure all batteries are inserted in conformity with the +/- polarity markings.
- When the batteries run out, or if the instrument is not to be used for a long time,
remove the batteries from the instrument.
• Do not carry or store batteries with other metal objects such as necklaces, hairpins,
metal coins, or keys.
• If the batteries do leak, avoid contact with the leaked fluid. If the battery fluid should come
in contact with your eyes, mouth, or skin, wash immediately with water and consult a
doctor. Battery fluid is corrosive and may possibly cause loss of sight or chemical burns.
Make sure to discard used batteries according to local regulations.
Attenersi sempre alle precauzioni di base indicate di seguito per evitare il rischio
di lesioni gravi o addirittura di morte conseguente a scosse elettriche, cortocircuiti,
danni, incendi o altri pericoli. Tali precauzioni includono, fra le altre, quelle
indicate di seguito:
• Attenersi alle precauzioni indicate di seguito. In caso contrario, si potrebbero causare
esplosioni, incendi, surriscaldamento o fuoriuscite di liquido dalle batterie.
- Non manomettere né disassemblare le batterie.
- Non smaltire le batterie nel fuoco.
- Non ricaricare batterie non ricaricabili.
- Tenere le batterie lontane da oggetti metallici come collane, fermacapelli, monete e chiavi.
- Utilizzare solo il tipo di batterie specificato.
- Utilizzare batterie nuove, tutte dello stesso tipo, modello e produttore.
- Assicurarsi che tutte le batterie siano inserite nel rispetto delle indicazioni di polarità +/-.
- In caso di esaurimento delle batterie o se si prevede di non utilizzare lo strumento per
molto tempo, rimuovere le batterie dallo strumento.
• Conservare le batterie lontano dalla portata dei bambini, che potrebbero ingerirle
• In caso di fuoriuscite, evitare il contatto con il liquido delle batterie. Se il liquido delle
batterie viene a contatto con gli occhi, la bocca o la cute, lavare immediatamente con
acqua e rivolgersi a un medico. Il liquido delle batterie è corrosivo e potrebbe causare la
perdita della vista o ustioni chimiche.
Smaltire le batterie esauste in conformità alle normative locali.
Beachten Sie stets die nachstehend aufgelisteten Vorsichtsmaßnahmen, um mögliche
schwere Verletzungen oder sogar tödliche Unfälle infolge eines elektrischen Schlags, von
Kurzschlüssen, Feuer oder anderen Gefahren zu vermeiden. Zu diesen Vorsichtsmaßnahmen
gehören die folgenden Punkte, die jedoch keine abschließende Aufzählung darstellen:
• Beachten Sie die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen. Bei Missachtung der Maßnahmen
könnte es zu einer Explosion oder einem Brand kommen oder Batterieflüssigkeit auslaufen.
- Manipulieren Sie Batterien nicht und nehmen Sie sie nicht auseinander.
- Werfen Sie Batterien nicht ins Feuer.
- Versuchen Sie niemals, Batterien aufzuladen, die nicht zum mehrfachen Gebrauch
und Nachladen vorgesehen sind.
- Bewahren Sie die Batterien nicht zusammen mit metallischen Gegenständen wie
Halsketten, Haarnadeln, Münzen und Schlüsseln auf.
- Verwenden Sie ausschließlich den angegebenen Batterietyp.
- Verwenden Sie neue Batterien, die alle vom gleichen Typ, Modell und Hersteller sind.
- Vergewissern Sie sich stets, dass alle Batterien gemäß den Polaritätskennzeichnungen
(+/-) eingelegt sind.
- Wenn die Batterien leer sind oder Sie das Instrument längere Zeit nicht nutzen
werden, entnehmen Sie die Batterien aus dem Instrument.
• Halten Sie Batterien von kleinen Kindern fern, die sie versehentlich verschlucken könnten.
• Wenn die Batterien leck sind, vermeiden Sie jede Berührung mit der ausgetretenen
Flüssigkeit. Wenn die Batterieflüssigkeit mit Augen, Mund oder Haut in Kontakt kommt,
bitte sofort mit Wasser auswaschen und einen Arzt aufsuchen. Batterieflüssigkeit ist
ätzend und kann zum Verlust des Augenlichts oder zu chemischen Verbrennungen führen.
Achten Sie darauf, dass gebrauchte Batterien den geltenden Bestimmungen gemäß
entsorgt werden.
Siga siempre las precauciones básicas detalladas a continuación para prevenir
la posibilidad de lesiones graves, o incluso la muerte, por descargas eléctricas,
cortocircuitos, daños, incendios u otros peligros. Estas precauciones incluyen,
aunque no de forma exclusiva, las siguientes:
• Tenga en cuenta las advertencias que se indican a continuación. Si no fuera así, podría
producirse una explosión, un incendio, un recalentamiento o fugas.
- No manipule ni desmonte las pilas.
- No tire pilas al fuego.
- No intente recargar pilas que no sean recargables.
- Mantenga las pilas separadas de objetos metálicos como collares, horquillas,
monedas y llaves.
- Utilice el tipo de pila especificado.
- Utilice pilas nuevas, todas del mismo tipo, del mismo modelo y del mismo fabricante.
- Asegúrese siempre de que todas las pilas estén colocadas conforme a las marcas de
polaridad +/-.
- Cuando se agoten las pilas o no se vaya a utilizar el instrumento durante mucho
tiempo, quite las pilas del instrumento.
• No deje las pilas cerca de niños pequeños que puedan tragarlas accidentalmente.
• Si las pilas tienen alguna fuga, evite el contacto con el fluido derramado. Si el fluido de
la pila entra en contacto con los ojos, la boca o la piel, lávese inmediatamente con agua
y consulte a un médico. El fluido de las pilas es corrosivo y puede causar pérdida de
visión o quemaduras químicas.
Asegúrese de desechar las pilas usadas de acuerdo con la normativa local.
Sempre observe as precauções básicas descritas a seguir para evitar a possibilidade
de sérios ferimentos ou mesmo a morte decorrentes de um choque elétrico, curto-circuito,
danos, incêndio ou outros perigos. Estas precauções incluem, entre outros:
• Siga as precauções abaixo. Deixar de fazer isso pode provocar uma explosão, incêndio,
sobreaquecimento ou vazamento do fluido das pilhas.
- Não modifique nem desmonte pilhas.
- Não elimine pilhas ao fogo.
- Não tente recarregar pilhas que não foram projetadas para serem carregadas.
- Mantenha as pilhas separadas de objetos metálicos como colares, grampos de
cabelo, moedas e chaves.
- Use apenas o tipo de pilha especificado.
- Use pilhas novas, todas do mesmo tipo, mesmo modelo, e feitas pelo mesmo
- Certifique-se sempre de instalar todas as pilhas em conformidade com as marcações
de polaridade +/-.
- Quando as pilhas se esgotarem, ou se você não for usar o produto durante um longo
período de tempo, retire as pilhas do instrumento.
• Não transporte nem guarde as pilhas com objetos metálicos como colares, grampos de
cabelo, moedas ou chaves.
• Se as pilhas vazarem, evite o contato com o fluido vazado. Se o fluido de uma pilha entrar
em contato com seus olhos, boca ou pele, lave a parte afetada imediatamente com água
e procure um médico. O fluido das pilhas é corrosivo e pode provocar a perda da visão ou
queimaduras químicas.
Certifique-se de eliminar pilhas usadas de acordo com os regulamentos locais.
Во избежание получения серьезных травм вплоть до наступления смерти
от удара электрическим током, а также во избежание короткого замыкания,
повреждения оборудования, пожара и других инцидентов, всегда
соблюдайте основные правила безопасности, перечисленные далее. Они
включают принятие следующих мер (не ограничиваясь ими):
• Выполняйте указанные ниже меры предосторожности. Несоблюдение этих мер может
привести к взрыву, возгоранию, перегреву или вытеканию электролита из батарей.
- Не портите умышленно и не разбирайте батареи.
- Не бросайте батареи в огонь.
- Не пытайтесь перезаряжать батареи, не предназначенные для перезарядки.
- Хранитебатареиотдельноотметаллическихпредметов,такихкакожерелья,заколки, монеты
и ключи.
- Используйте только батареи указанного типа.
- При применении новых батарей устанавливайте батареи одинакового типа и одинаковой
модели, изготовленные одним производителем.
- Обязательно устанавливайте батареи согласно маркировке, соблюдая полярность.
- При разрядке батарей или если инструмент не будет использоваться в течение
длительного времени, выньте их из инструмента во избежание вытекания электролита.
• Храните батареи в недоступном для детей месте.
• Если батареи все же протекли, избегайте контакта с вытекшим электролитом. В случае
попадания электролита в глаза, рот или на кожу, немедленно смойте электролит водой
и обратитесь к врачу. Электролит, используемый в батареях, – это агрессивное вещество,
способное вызвать потерю зрения или химические ожоги.
Утилизацию использованных батарей необходимо выполнять в соответствии
с действующим местным законодательством.
括但不限于下列情况 :
배터리 최적화
- 切勿玩弄或拆卸电池。
- 请勿将电池丢弃到火中。
- 请勿试图对非充电电池进行充电。
- 请使电池远离项链、发夹、硬币和钥匙等金属物件。
- 只能使用规定的电池类型。
- 请使用相同类型、相同型号以及由相同厂商生产的新电池。
- 装入电池时,请务必使其正负极与 +/- 极标记保持一致。
- 当电池用尽,或者长时间未使用本乐器,请从本乐器中取出
아래에 열거되어 있는 기본 주의사항을 반드시 준수하여 감전 , 누전 , 손상 ,
화재 및 기타 위험으로 인해 부상 및 사망이 발생할 가능성을 줄이시기 바랍니
다 . 다음과 같은 주의사항들이 있으나 이 사항들에 국한되는 것은 아 닙니다 .
六价铬 多溴联苯
本表格依据 SJ/T 11364 的规定编制。
○ :表示该有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在
GB/T 26572 规定的限量要求以下。
× :表示该有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出
GB/T 26572 规定的限量要求。
制造年份 :首部的两个字母表示日历年份最后面的两位数字。
母 "Q" 表示。
制造月份 :从一月到九月,以字母“H”到“P”分别表示 ,
十月至十二月的月份 , 以字母“X”到“Z”分别表示。
• 아래의 안전 주의사항을 준수하십시오 . 그렇지 않으면 폭발 , 화재가 발생하거나
배터리 액이 누출될 수 있습니다 .
- 배터리를 임의로 조작하거나 분해하지 마십시오 .
- 배터리를 불에 넣지 마십시오 .
- 일회용 배터리는 재충전하지 마십시오 .
- 배터리를목걸이 , 머리핀 , 동전 , 열쇠등과같은금속물체와가까이 두지 마십시오 .
- 지정된 배터리 만 사용하십시오 .
- 새 베터리를 사용할 경우 같은 제조업체에서 만든 동일한 형식의 동일한 모델
을 사용하십시오 .
- +/- 극성 표시에 맞춰 배터리를 정확하게 삽입하십시오 .
- 배터리가 완전히 소모된 경우 또는 악기를 장시간 사용하지 않는 경우에는 악기
에서 배터리를 빼십시오 .
• 사고로 삼킬 수도 있으므로 배터리는 유아의 손이 닿지 않는 곳 에 보관하십시오 .
• 배터리 액이 누출된 경우 누출된 액체가 손에 닿지 않도록 하십 시오 . 배터리 액이
누출되어 눈이나 입 , 피부에 닿은 경우에는 즉시 물로 씻은 후 의사와 상담하십시오 .
배터리 액은 부식성이기 때문에 시력 상실 및 화학적 화상을 야기할 수 있습니다 .
배터리는 반드시 해당 지역의 법규에 따라 폐기하십시오 .
Manual Development Group
© 2016 Yamaha Corporation
Published 09/2016 MO-A0
ZW65490 版次 : R0
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