#4
It's three feet overall. Seems like a half scale to me when you consider the average neck scale length is 25.5 inches, though it depends on the acoustic. Link?
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#7
That's a banjo!....

I kid.... I concur with Jim and Strat.
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#8
Regular length for a full sized acoustic guitar from headstock to the bottom of the body is about 40 inches, give or take an inch or so. It's not child sized, but it's not full sized for sure.
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#9
It sounds like a Mini or Travel guitar. Short scale designed to fit in a standard large suitcase. The Takamine mini is such a guitar, sometimes called a 'baby' and at just under 35" top to tail, it's quite a lot shorter than a standard acoustic cutaway.


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