#1
as the title states, I'm looking for a nice thin acoustic or classical guitar (preferably classical, though i dont really know the difference cause i'm an acoustic guitar n00b)

it doesnt have to be too high quality, because it'll mostly be for when i just want to go somewhere and jam, and not have to carry my amp with me. also for in the house though because i'm getting increasingly into classical

i havent owned an acoustic for a long time, and that was just a beginner guitar, so i dont even know where to start, please help me out!!
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#2
Well I guess it depends if you want a nylon style classical or a steel string acoustic for starters. How much money are you looking to put out?
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#3
well, preferably a nylon string, and i dont plan on spending over $300, though i dont know how much they usually sell for
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#4
the only thin body classical i know of that makes any noticeable sound when not plugged in costs around $1400 or so. sounds great, but a bit out of your range.

most thin body acoustic electrics also aren't loud enough to jam even quietly with others, and have a sort of thin or tinny sound.

which leads me to the rogue grand concert
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Rogue-Grand-Concert-Cutaway-AcousticElectric?sku=519196
it's a small steel string guitar and it's thinner than most guitars - but not very thin - so it can be heard when it's played. it's not a great guitar, but it's definitely a bang for the buck guitar. i have one as a beater, and after putting the wrapped strings from a set of 11.5 martin silk and steels and the unwrapped strings from a set of martin marquis 10s, i am actually liking the sound more than i expected to. without changing the strings, they do slip a big - the folks at rogue don't seem to know how to string a guitar :-/