For the musical (rather than instrumental) scale, see Pythagorean tuning. When
referring to ... In many instruments, for example the violin, the scale of a full-sized
instrument is .... short scale ...
Choosing a guitar that is right for you is the best way to get started in the ... about
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Generally, adults are comfortable with full size guitars (40” Concert size and ...
A full-sized acoustic guitar is 40 to 42 inches in length. A full-sized guitar is also
referred to as a "4/4," with the smaller sizes being three-quarter, one-half and...
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This is a brand new, entry level, beginner acoustic guitar. It's 38 inches long,
which is concert or student size. It is one inch shorter than a full size classical
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A guitar's body size and shape is a major determining factor in the .... overtones,
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Why is the acoustic body size important in your specific purchase decision? A list
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The width and radius of the neck is usually only a factor on full-size guitars where
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A child with long arms may also need a larger guitar. ... The width and radius of
the neck is usually only a factor in full size guitars where experienced players ...