#1
Well I have 6 guitars, and i walked in my local music shop one day and picked up a baby dean michael schenker baby, which brngs to my point, what does the 3/4 size do?
#4
lmao, im 6'1 and have massive fingers, thing plays beutiful tho, does this smalled size have any pros or cons?
#6
Less space between frets, less tension. Acoustically it will have less power.
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Well I have 6 guitars, and i walked in my local music shop one day and picked up a baby dean michael schenker baby, which brngs to my point, what does the 3/4 size do?


I'm sorry, but I was just wondering what does you having "6 guitars" have to do with wondering what a 3/4 size guitar is for?.....
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Whats the point of putting the "6 guitars" part in there? Actually, whats the point of having 6 guitars?
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I'm sorry, but I was just wondering what does you having "6 guitars" have to do with wondering what a 3/4 size guitar is for?.....



Lol...

Well I drive a Lamborghini, and i walked in my local music shop one day looking for a pick to use.... My question is what size do i use...


Sorry that is some good material lol
#10
Short scale guitars are usually made for Angus Young.
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