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Alongside 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.
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, Martin also created smaller guitars within their 00 and 000 ranges. Small guitars have remained popular for more intimate performance styles, and are especially well-liked by fingerpickers and acoustic blues soloists like Eric Clapton for their immediate response - less energy is required to set a small body vibrating.

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[Contents] [The Steel-Strung Acoustic Guitar] [Defining Features] [Sound] [Features] [Dreadnoughts] [Jumbo/Super-Jumbo] [Mini-Jumbo] [Small-Bodied Guitars] [Archtops] [The Electro-Acoustic Guitar] [Roundback Guitars] [The Twelve-String Guitar] [Conclusion] [Hotdeals] [Feedback]