Koda HWOMCE201PK Folk Acoustic Guitar Cutaway
Koda HWOMCE201PK Folk Acoustic Guitar Cutaway, 40″ with cutaway, built in pickup and tuner. Well-balanced sound and impressive amplified tone. The Single Cutaway Electro Acoustic Guitar combines versatility and style with excellent value. It’s crafted with a spruce top and rosewood bridge, for an elegant finish.
- Well-balanced acoustic sound and tone
- Single cutaway gives access to higher frets
- Built-in pickup with tuner
- Chrome Machine Heads for Precise Tuning Adjustments
- Great for Intermediate Players
- Size: 40″
- Strings: Steel
- Top: Spruce
- Back & Sides: Mahogany
- Neck: Rosewood
- Machine Heads: Chrome
- Finish: Black
- Pickup: Belcat
Koda Folk Acoustic Guitar Cutaway
Acoustic Guitar Body ShapeCommon body shapes for modern acoustic guitars, from smallest to largest:
Parlor – Parlor guitars have small compact bodies and have been described as “punchy” sounding with a delicate tone. It normally has 12 open frets. The smaller body makes the parlor a more comfortable option for players who find large body guitars uncomfortable.
Grand Concert – This mid-sized body shape is not as deep as other full-size guitars, but has a full waist. Because of the smaller body, grand concert guitars have a more controlled overtone and are often used for its sound projection when recording.
Auditorium – Similar in dimensions to the dreadnought body shape, but with a much more pronounced waist. This general body shape is also sometimes referred to as an "Orchestra" style guitar depending on the manufacturer. The shifting of the waist provides different tones to stand out. The auditorium body shape is a newer body when compared to the other shapes such as dreadnought.
Dreadnought – This is the classic guitar body shape. The style was designed by Martin Guitars to produce a deeper sound than "classic"-style guitars, with very resonant bass. The body is large and the waist of the guitar is not as pronounced as the auditorium and grand concert bodies. There are many Dreadnought variants produced, one of the most notable being the Gibson J-45.
Jumbo – The largest standard guitar body shape found on acoustic guitars. Jumbo is bigger than a Grand Auditorium but similarly proportioned, and is generally designed to provide a deep tone similar to a dreadnought's. It was designed by Gibson to compete with the dreadnought, but with maximum resonant space for greater volume and sustain. The foremost example of the style is the Gibson J-200, but like the dreadnought, most guitar manufacturers have at least one jumbo model.
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