#1
so I need a nylon string guitar and I'm a poor student so I was looking at this one. I play nylon guitars mostly for jazz because I just think the sound is sweet. This Fender is on thomann for 79 euro but it's a 3/4 size.. I'm 21 and I usually like my guitars to be a nice small neat size do you think this will be too small? I heard the neck is as small as a Strat which I own aswell so I'm thinking I'd like this guitar just size wise I've never had a 3/4 classical before
#2
for only 79 euros, you can't expect too much or go wrong !
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#3
Quote by Dylan_
so I need a nylon string guitar and I'm a poor student so I was looking at this one. I play nylon guitars mostly for jazz because I just think the sound is sweet. This Fender is on thomann for 79 euro but it's a 3/4 size.. I'm 21 and I usually like my guitars to be a nice small neat size do you think this will be too small? I heard the neck is as small as a Strat which I own aswell so I'm thinking I'd like this guitar just size wise I've never had a 3/4 classical before
It's not just the body that's 3/4 size.

Most full size classicals aren't that big anyway.

I found this steel string at Fender: http://www.fender.com/acoustics/3-4/ma-1-34-steel-natural/#artists The scale is 23.3" longer than I thought. I couldn't find this ESC80 number at Fender.com. It may be a discon.

3/4 guitars are mostly for intermediate (size ) students. As long as you realize this is an all laminate instrument, and as such, may not have the output you're hoping for.
Last edited by Captaincranky at Sep 20, 2013,