#1
between a classical guitar and an acoustic?
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#2
Nylon strings. Proberly more tho

wider necks aswell.

Last edited by SteveyH at Nov 13, 2007,
#3
Classical guitars typically have a wider and flatter fretboard. The difference in tone is pretty distinct as well.
#4
Classical guitars have a smaller body than most models of steel string acoustics.
The string tension created by steel strings is roughly double the string tension created by nylon strings.
The body joins the neck at the 12th fret on a classical but at the 14th on most steel strings.
Steel string acoustics will have a solid headstock whereas classical guitars will have a slotted headstock.
#5
Also on classicals, the strings are attached at the bridge by knotting, instead of using string balls.

The strings are also more widely spaced to allow easier fingerstyling.
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#6
Also on classicals, the strings are attached at the bridge by knotting, instead of using string balls.


This is primarily true. Ball end nylon strings do exist though.