enter image description here Here pictures of them , i dont know if they are real or fake ones

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    Well, if they’re being advertised as “Yamha” then yeah, they’re fake. – jjmusicnotes Oct 31 '18 at 17:23
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    Can't identify the logo, but if it says 'Yamha' that might well be the marque. But it's not Yamaha...or the logo thereof. – Tim Oct 31 '18 at 17:26
  • I can't be sure but that looks like a "Crown" guitar to me. The store that I worked in for a short while sold a lot of them. – skinny peacock Oct 31 '18 at 17:53
  • The blue one on the right seems to have a clearly identifiable Yamaha soundhole label inside. The other two seem to have similar labels but it's hard to make out exactly; certainly the logo isn't clearly visible. These labels seems to have different proportions than genuine Yamaha labels, based on a quick Google image search. – tripleee Nov 1 '18 at 8:32

Yamaha paper labels inside, C-something (probably Corbin) logo on headstock. Fake.

Yamaha acoustics also tend to have a different headstock shape. Often the shapes of the headstock and body are patented/trade-/service-marked in some way.

The ones in the photo look like a Taylor knockoff headstock.

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