1. The appearance is different: the classical guitar neck is thick and short, acoustic guitar neck is thin and long.
2. The acoustic guitar case is larger than the classical guitar case.
3. Different materials: classical guitars use nylon strings, and acoustic guitars use steel strings.
4. Different timbre: the classical guitar sound is soft, round, subtle, warm, and the volume is very small. The acoustic guitar sound is crisp, bright and loud.
5.Different repertoires: classical guitars are suitable for playing classical repertoires, and acoustic guitars are suitable for playing modern music.
Generally use openpeg
Generally, use fully Closed chrome peg
Guitar String Winder
usually installed on the side wall of the headstock
usually installed behind the headstock
Generally 12 fretwire
Generally 14 fretwire(some small guitar also have 12 fretwire)
on the side of the neck
on the center of the fingerboard and the side of the neck
International standard size 39 inches, 36 inches, etc.
International standard size 41 inches, 40, 39, 36 inches, etc.
Jumbo, Sound; huge volume, full bass
Classical guitar generally without end pin
Classical guitars generally have end pin (to facilitate strap fixing)
Classical guitars generally do not have bridqe din
Classical guitars generally
have bridqe din
the length of the string between the nut and the bridge, the strings in this interval can effectively and fully vibrate
Definition of guitar size
The length from the top of the head to the bottom of the guitar body: 1 inch = 2.54 cm
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