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Would you like to learn guitar? If so, a 3/4 size acoustic guitar is probably the best option for your young child or student between 8 and 11 years. This sized instrument makes it easier to play chords while giving students enough room on their fretboard fingers without being too big in case they want to switch over later! Plus, this type of guitar is more popular than 1/2 size guitars currently sold across the globe by major manufacturers.
Guitars are an excellent way to inspire young children and youth. The most popular types of guitars for these age groups include 3 4 size acoustic guitar, also called 36-inch guitars, which is the perfect entry-level guitar that’s easy to learn on with its smaller neck width than a full-sized adult version.
What age is a 3/4 guitar for?
Not just for kids
Famous guitarists that use a 3/4
I am searching for a 3/4 sized guitar for my son. I do not understand what you mean by “the size 3 4”. To me, it means length, width and depth. Can you explain?
Hello! Thank you for reaching out. By “the size,” we mean the actual dimensions of the guitar – its length, width, and depth. A 3 4 sized guitar is typically smaller than a full-sized guitar and is, therefore, better suited for younger or smaller players. We hope this information was helpful!