Category:Guitars by size

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Various size of guitars & these sound boards

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Guitar body sizes - chitarra forme.jpg

References[edit]

  • Size/Type. C. F. Martin & Co., Inc. (2015).
    "O ... / O Tenor ... / OO Thin Body ... / OO ... / OO Deep Body ... / OO Sloped Shoulder ... / OOO (also OM) ... / Grand Performance ... / OOOO (also M) ... / D ... / D Jr ... / J ... / Grand J ... / Bass, Classic, Mini, Soprano Uke ... / Stauffer, LXM/LX1, Concert Uke, Tenor Uke ..."
    See also: Tone/Wood, Bracing Patterns, Neck Width/Shapes.
  • () Retail Price List of Martin String Instrument and Cases, Nazareth, Penna.: C. F. Martin & Co., Inc., pp. 1, 4, 2, 3
    "Size No. 2 Guitar is Amateur Size / Size No. 1 Guitar is Standard Size / Size No. 0 Guitar is Concert Size / Size No. 00 Guitar is Grand Concert Size / Size No. 000 Guitar is Auditorium Size"
  • Robert Corwin (2012). C.F. Martin Guitar Sizes. Vintage Martin Guitars (vintagemartin.com).
    "These are various sizes in which the Style 28 was produced: 1-28, 0-28, 00-28, 000-28, OM-28, D-28.",
    "These are the sizes of guitars common in Martin's first decades: Stauffer Martin, Hudson Street Martin, Size 3, Size 2 1/2, Size 2, and Size 1.",
    "Martin Guitar Sizes - In the 1960's, the Martin guitar, and more specifically, the Martin Dreadnaught, became identified as the industry standard for all serious guitar players, ...   While perceived as a tiny guitar by today's standards, the size 1 was considered to be Martin's "Standard" size guitar, and was tremendously popular in Martin's early years, ...   While the single 0, the first guitar designed specifically for use in "concert", as opposed to the "parlor", appeared in 1854, the larger 00 size "Grand Concert" did not appear until 1873, nearly 20 years later. When the 000 was introduced in 1902, it sold very poorly, and was not widely accepted until the 1920's.",
    "Martin has always been specific about the intended use for it's various size guitars. / 0000, M, and F - Grand Auditorium / 000 and C - Auditorium / 00 and R - Grand Concert / 0 - Concert / 1 - Standard / 2 - Ladies / 2 1/2 - Child's / 5 - Junior / With the introduction of the 2-17, the 2 size was referred to as an Amateur guitar."

Subcategories

This category has the following 19 subcategories, out of 19 total.

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