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faviogalaxy

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Is the guitar size good? I feel it's small

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dz8u4f73hp5j48c/DSC02845.JPG?dl=0

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Is the guitar size good? I feel it's small

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dz8u4f73hp5j48c/DSC02845.JPG?dl=0

davem_or

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It looks fine to me. A dreadnought would have a bigger body so maybe that's what you're comparing it against in your head.

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It looks fine to me. A dreadnought would have a bigger body so maybe that's what you're comparing it against in your head.

manXcat

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That's a nylon stringed Classical guitar. As far as I can tell from that image, it's a regular (for type) sized body you're holding.

Along with a wide flat thick neck, Classicals have a diminuative body if compared with a Dreadnought acoustic. With those fingers, you'll have no problem with it.

Volume & tonal characteristics notwithstanding, guitar body size is an individual fit preference more than anything else IMPE.

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That's a nylon stringed Classical guitar. As far as I can tell from that image, it's a regular (for type) sized body you're holding.

Along with a wide flat thick neck, Classicals have a diminuative body if compared with a Dreadnought acoustic. With those fingers, you'll have no problem with it.

Volume & tonal characteristics notwithstanding, guitar body size is an individual fit preference more than anything else IMPE.

♪A little better all the time♫