Sorry no idea about how to do it so those of you who just like the pics will have to put up with sales details from the, as ever, marvellous Peach Guitars, which is the actual guitar anyway -https://www.peachguitars.com/guitars/acoustic-guitars/yamaha-fg830-acoustic-natural.htm
I have loved FG's (they're dreadnoughts for those unfamiliar with Yamaha speak) since learning on one in the 1970's. Wanted a cheaper acoustic to leave in our home in Norfolk to avoid always having to shift other instruments backwards and forwards. This FG830 was £386 and in this particular re-incarnation this Chinese-built FG is very well made. The binding which goes all round the instrument (body, neck, head) smartens up the guitar no end compared with other FG's and the abalone/pauau rosette is not too blingy. No sticky out bits anywhere on the fingerboard. The only miniscule irrelevance in the build is a slight imperfection at the edge of the (solid) Sitka top in places showing where it has been sawn but the top itself looks good. Well matched with nice straight grain throughout. Grain gets wider at the edges of the lower bout but so does the graining on my Spruce-topped Antonio Marin Montero Classical and he knows a thing or two about tops so, so what basically. The action is a little high at the bridge saddle, and the nut too but I quite like that for the fingerstyle playing with fingerpicks which I mostly play. The back and sides are laminated rosewood, I think 'layered' is the current fashionable term. I have had a few laminate sided instruments and I'm not convinced the laminate vs. solid debate for this part of a guitar is conclusive. Anyway, it certainly looks great here. As you would expect from one of the world's top selling marks, this particular FG plays fine with no buzzes or wolf notes. The neck feels nice and is less gloss finish than the rest of the guitar. There is no case for the FG830 which is no surprise at this price.
So, sound. A little plasticy if I'm honest. Certainly not the nice woody brightness of my two other acoustics (FG5 Martin OM28), and not surprising since the nut, bridge and pins are all plastic! Anyway I swapped the nut for an old tusq nut from a Martin 000X1 and adjusted the action there and swapped the pins for some Ebony ones from my FG5, (all of which I had substituted for bone). This poshed up the tone quite considerably, to me anyway, and all of the plasticy tone timbre has gone. I usually put on Monels which will change the tone again but I'll let these PB's wear out first before changing strings and making this trial.
Am I impressed? For this price hugely. For a student going onto maybe their 2nd instrument this would be brilliant. In fact many might regret changing 'up' from it to their first 'posh' guitar. As a backup acoustic for anyone else it's brilliant.
The difference between this type of low-priced intermediate instrument and the £2-3,000 range just seems to shrink further every year. For anyone with no dosh and a bit of upgrading and fiddling expertise, this instrument is a steal. Thanks Yamaha (and, it has to be said, China).