This Week’s Best Picks
The grand concert guitars listed below are just my opinion of good quality instruments and worth having a look at. I do not include images since you will want to see all of the information. As of this posting the guitars were still available. I will try to update the page as much as possible Thanks.
Perfect Size Guitars The Grand Concert and Parlor sized guitars are really the perfect size for many people to play. Easier to play because of their smaller size but tend to be better made to give a louder or brighter tone which is especially good for fingerpicking.
Strings are also something you may have to experiment with. I was using .011 to .052 but recently I put .012 to .053 uncoated stings on both of my guitars, and because I fingerpick, it has increased the volume, a bit bassier, but I like the increase in tonal volume. I use a Seagull Coastline with a solid spruce top. I prefer that to a cedar top but that’s just a personal preference.
Just in passing my recommendation when changing strings is to do one string at a time and tune that string before changing the next. I do this to try to keep the tension on the neck to avoid a full set up.
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