Ergonomics guitar is very important to be able to play easily and cleanly . That’s why you need to choose a guitar that fits your hand size and thickness of the fingers. It can be assumed that the average width of three fingers folded together (as a chord in A major ) is about 4 cm. Meanwhile, the typical acoustic guitar has a neck width 43 mm , and a typical classic 53 mm . At this width is until 6 strings. Playing plain A major push you to the threshold of three strings , and the other three do not touch . On the mismatched guitar is sometimes extremely difficult.
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Guitar for left-handers
Guitars for left-handers are generally more expensive than normal. Some choose to August on the liner strings normal guitar (it can not be cut guitar with a cutaway or electric) and thus obtain a guitar reverse . Sometimes you have to expand the grooves threshold of zero and adjust the insert in the bridge . Before buying a guitar left-handed or liner string is worth considering and try whether it’s a good idea. Left-handed play in various ways. You do not necessarily mirror the guitar . Jacek Kaczmarski was left-handed and played on a normal guitar held vice versa. They are left-handed playing on a normal guitar normally held as right-handed , because sometimes it is more convenient . With guitar work with both hands , so it is uncertain whether the spacer, it will be better . There are as many as four combinations ( strings and keeping the two methods ) . It might be worthwhile to first check suitability. If someone learns to play the guitar left-handed , it will not be able to play on any other normal guitar.