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    Dreadnought is a type a of body developed by MARTIN (best acoustic guitars ever) that's now been copied many times. It has a larger and deeper body, they are usually louder because of this.
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    your a very clever man mate,
    is that martin smith
    becaus e i ws thinking of getting The Martin Smith W-100 ive read that there really good for the price

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    No I don't think so. This is the website..C.F. Martin and Company

    All of them are quite expensive though (not a beginner guitar haha)
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    OUCH!!!!!! over $100000 for a guitar ill stick with one for 50 for now lol

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    Lol those are the custom shop guitars. Cheapest is about 300 I think.

    For a beginner I wouldn't suggest a dreadnought, they are harder to play.

    Best thing to do is play a few of them and see what feels comfortable. My first guitar was an 80 dollar Mini acoustic, don't even remember the brand.
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    i think thats what im gonna do theres a goodmusic shop by me so im gonna pop in and have a feel around,
    one more question whats the difference between steel, nylon and bronze strings (and dont say what they are made from lol)

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    Lol Nylon strings are not as loud and they come on classical acoustics. Easier on the fingers and totally different sound. Steel stings come on standard acoustics (and all electrics) and are much louder and brighter.

    Bronze can also come on acoustic and you will often see the top 4 strings bronze and the bottom 2 steel. I don't really know the difference between the bronze and steel as they sound the same to me.
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    cheers for the info mate ill let you know how i get on
    what is your favourite guitar

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    These are the classical's I like. Still don't have one though....Ramirez Classical Guitars, Twelfth Fret, Canada

    Electric would be the Dean V that's in all the signatures you make for me
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    Hiya mate try our site it will everything to need to start learning guitar www.Spytunes.com , about 90% of the site is free and you have a choice if you want to take it further, but just have a look around and see if it takes your fancy, feel free to message me with any questions. I'm Paul

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