How long is a 7/8 scale guitar?

How long is a 7/8 scale guitar?

How long is a 7/8 scale guitar?

The 7/8 guitars have an overall length of 37″ (94.0 cm) with a scale length of 24″ (61.0 cm). Compared to the smallest full-sized parlor guitars, the 7/8 guitar is only about 1″ (1.5 cm) smaller, almost not noticeable. A 7/8 guitar is approximately 4″ (10 cm) smaller than a full-sized dreadnought guitar.

What is the overall length of a 3/4 guitar?

Key specifications

¾ guitar Full size guitar
Overall size 36 x 13 inches 40 x 15 inches
Scale length 24 inches or less 24 inches or more
Frets 18 or less 19 or more
Warranty Depends on the manufacturer Depends on the manufacturer

What length guitar should I get?

Generally, adults are comfortable with full size guitars (40” Concert size and 41” Dreadnought in acoustic guitars). If you are small in stature consider a 40” Concert size guitar or smaller. If your are very tall consider a 41” Dreadnought size guitar.

What size guitar does a 7 year old need?

Pick the right guitar size for your child

Guitar Size Overall Length Age
1/2 ~ 34″ 5-8 years
3/4 ~ 36″ 8-11 years
7/8 ~ 39″ from 10 years
4/4 ~ 40″ from 12 years

Can a Guitalele be tuned like a guitar?

The answer is yes, you can absolutely tune a guitalele like a guitar: EADGBe. However, note that it’s a non-standard tuning for the guitalele. As a reminder, standard guitalele tuning is ADGCEa. (This is the same as standard guitar tuning as if you were to capo on the fifth fret).

Is it hard to play guitar with small hands?

It’s going to be even tougher to play a badly set up guitar if you have small hands as you will find yourself overstretching and applying too much tension on the strings. Having too much tension is never a good thing because it can lead to long-term injuries.

Should I play a smaller guitar?

Given all the parameters are equal and you only have to look at the scale length, smaller guitars are easier to play. They have short scale-length with much closer frets, so it’s very easy to surf up and down the fretboard. Though smaller hands find it enjoyable to play small guitars, regular adults don’t like it.