#1
I searched but came up with nothing... so I just want to know... what is a "dreadnought" acoustic? I've been looking at acoustics online lately just out of curiosity and see the word alot in the names of acoustics so I assume its some kind of body style maybe?
#3
i have a blue one, its not really expensive but i think it looks pretty cool though.
Im not sorry that i cant be like the rest of you.....
#5
ok so I guess teh guitar I posted in my other thread (if you dont mind looking) is a dreadnought? the peavey i mean.

also... are cutaways shaped the way they are simply to be able to get to the higher frets?
#6
Dreadnought used to be a mod on UG....


but it's a type of acoustic body type. pretty typical acoustic guitar.
#7
Quote by Wiggly

also... are cutaways shaped the way they are simply to be able to get to the higher frets?


yes
#8
Dreadnoughts are the most common shape of steel string guitars today. They are known for their versatility and have been known to be very full, rich, and more bassy sounding compared to other body shapes. Martin was the first company to introduce this shape of guitar and has arguably perfected it.