Added by on 22/01/2018 If you’ve gotten used to the slim body profiles of electric guitars after making the switch from a cheaper acoustic as your first instrument, it can be difficult to pick up another acoustic and enjoy playing it. No matter the quality, many acoustic guitars feel downright clunky in comparison to electrics. The necks are thicker, the action is higher, the bodies are much larger, and the upper fret access is restricted. To go from an electric guitar that you can play as fast as possible to the restrictions of standard acoustics can be frustrating to no end.



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