#1
my question is if there is a big difference between a dreadnaught and a cutaway in sound
My Rig
>MIM Fender Stratocaster and SX SJM-62
>various magicial noise boxes
>Peavey Classic 50 212

For the funk:
>Ibanez ATK300
>Acoustic B100
#2
cutaways just make it easier to reach higher frets.
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MXR EVH-117 Flanger
Fulltone Soul Bender
#3
a little bit of a sound diff but not really!
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#4
^yeah thats what i thought. i mean how can that one little section make any difference.
My Rig
>MIM Fender Stratocaster and SX SJM-62
>various magicial noise boxes
>Peavey Classic 50 212

For the funk:
>Ibanez ATK300
>Acoustic B100
#5
pretty much
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I once broke a G-String while fingering an A minor.

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#6
Not my experience, people. I play a dreadnought because I think the increased resonance is worth it. However, if you really think you need those upper frets on an acoustic(you usually don't. This isn't a shred machine), then get a cutaway. As long as it's a decent brand, it should sound fine.
#7
The terms dreadnought and cutaway are not mutually exclusive. You can find dreadnoughts with cutaways just like you can find just about any other guitar body size/style with a cutaway. The sound differences for a given body size/style with and without a cutaway are marginal at most.
#8
^thanks guys
My Rig
>MIM Fender Stratocaster and SX SJM-62
>various magicial noise boxes
>Peavey Classic 50 212

For the funk:
>Ibanez ATK300
>Acoustic B100