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Thomann's Cool Online Guides: Acoustic Guitars

7. Jumbo/Super-Jumbo

If 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 is identified with Martin, then the
JumboSize and shape of a steel-strung acoustic guitar design originally associated with Gibson guitars such as the J-200. The jumbo body is large and much more rounded than the typical 'dreadnought' shape.
jumbo
shape is associated with Gibson. The
JumboSize and shape of a steel-strung acoustic guitar design originally associated with Gibson guitars such as the J-200. The jumbo body is large and much more rounded than the typical 'dreadnought' shape.
jumbo
is much more rounded, with a pronounced ‘waist’, and is an even more iconically American creation than 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
, particularly in the ornate form typified by Gibson’s SJ-200 (pictured). While
JumboSize and shape of a steel-strung acoustic guitar design originally associated with Gibson guitars such as the J-200. The jumbo body is large and much more rounded than the typical 'dreadnought' shape.
jumbos
often have a sweet and
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
balanced
fingerpicking tone, the shape was really envisaged for maximum
Volume1) In audio and music, the loudness or amplitude of a signal. 2) In computing, a fixed amount of storage space, addressed as a single entity ('C:', 'D:' etc). A physical drive may contain more than one volume, but a single volume may also span more than one drive!
volume
in the days before electro-acoustics, and is thus very popular with American folk and country singer-songwriters, and identified with such performers as Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow and late-era Elvis.

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