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Online průvodci Thomann: Acoustic Guitars

6. Dreadnoughts

Acoustic guitars are often described rather carelessly. For example, the terms ‘dreadnought’ and ‘jumbo’ are often used interchangeably, and ‘flat top’ is usually applied to
DreadnoughtAn acoustic guitar shape that is generally associated with the guitar maker C. F. Martin & Co. The dreadnought is the largest shape in their range but is also used as a generic term for any large-bodied acoustic guitar of a similar shape.
dreadnoughts
, but in fact means anything that is not an ‘archtop’! Let’s try to disentangle this mess….

This is probably the shape that most players would identify as the typical acoustic. Aptly named after a class of battleship, the
DreadnoughtAn acoustic guitar shape that is generally associated with the guitar maker C. F. Martin & Co. The dreadnought is the largest shape in their range but is also used as a generic term for any large-bodied acoustic guitar of a similar shape.
dreadnought
is the general-purpose workhorse acoustic guitar for both strumming and picking. The body shape is much squarer than the classical guitar and other types of acoustic, and there is sometimes a very slight angle between the top and the back, making the guitar deeper at the endpin than at the heel. This helps to iron out the resonant frequencies that can plague acoustic instruments. The
DreadnoughtAn acoustic guitar shape that is generally associated with the guitar maker C. F. Martin & Co. The dreadnought is the largest shape in their range but is also used as a generic term for any large-bodied acoustic guitar of a similar shape.
dreadnought
shape was developed by C.F. Martin & Co. and is still associated with their name.

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