#1
Between a standard acoustic cutway electric

and a jumbo.


because i want to get a jumbo but i dont know if there is any significant differences
helppp
#2
A dreadnought cutaway is a bit differently shaped than a Jumbo with a cutaway. They do make jumbo's without cutaways, fyi.

Cutaway dreadnought:
http://img.alibaba.com/photo/105527021/Alvarez_RD20SC_Cutaway_Dreadnought_Acoustic_Guitar_Top_Solid_Spruce_Back_and_Side_Mahogany.jpg

Jumbo w/ cutaway:
http://images.miretail.com/products/full/Taylor/633811791415803464.jpg

Regular Jumbo:
http://www.turnkey.co.uk/tk/54438.jpg

Not all Jumbo's have cutaways on them, nor do all Dreadnoughts. But examine the pictures of the cutaway jumbo and the dreadnought, and compare the bodies. They're slightly different shaped, and that difference makes all the difference in terms of sound. Some other people here on UG can explain the difference in sound more so than I, but they do sound different, feel different, and....well, look different too.
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#3
i've played jumbos with and without cutaways, and of my favorite jumbos, some had cutaways and some didn't. just get the guitar you like the best - it won't hurt anything either way to have a cutaway.

Quote by Zdalejohnson
Between a standard acoustic cutway electric

and a jumbo.


because i want to get a jumbo but i dont know if there is any significant differences
helppp