What are 3/4 guitars good for?

A ¾ guitar is a great choice for the first guitar, as its size makes finger exercises easier, as you don’t have to cover too much space. A ¾ guitar is particularly a good choice for children between 8 and 12 years old who are just starting to learn how to play the guitar because it is better adjusted to their height.

Is a 3/4 size guitar OK?

Even though 3/4-sized guitars are recommended for 8-12-year-olds, this doesn’t mean they are not suitable for adults, too. Increasingly, adult players – even experienced ones – have been opting for playing 3/4 size guitars too, due to the convenient size (especially when travelling) and the more punchy sound.

Who is a 3/4 size guitar for?

A 3/4 size guitar is suitable for children between 6 and 10 years. The guitar is a quarter smaller than a normal guitar. This size ensures optimal playability for a child as it is easier to sit with the instrument, hold its grip and pluck the strings.

Is the Martin LX1 a 3 4?

Martin LX1 – A Thorough Review Of The Best 3/4 Sized Acoustic Guitar.

Do 3/4 guitars need different strings?

Whether the guitar is 3/4 or full size, it’s going to use the same strings. Unfortunately, these cheap kiddie guitars aren’t the best, so he’ll probably have to live with it – at least until he’s old enough to start carting your guitars off to his room. Regular acoustic strings should be fine.

Is Martin LX1 full-size?

The 23” scale does mean that the frets are slightly closer together than they would be on a full-size acoustic, but the nut width is 1 11/16” meaning the string spacing is the same as a full-size.

What size is Martin LX1?

Product information

Item Weight 6 pounds
Product Dimensions 18 x 7 x 39 inches
Item model number LX1
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How many frets does a 3/4 guitar have?

Depending on the model and manufacture. Some of the 3/4 size guitars have 19 frets on them like the BT2 Taylor Guitar As apposed to the bigger fuller body of the Taylor guitar (Big Baby) has 20 frets. But the BT2 still has a robust sound for a 3/4 size guitar.