Gibson G45 Studio body depth / thickness

Hamsterean

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I have two dreadnought acoustic guitars. One is a Gibson, and another is a Takamine. The Gibson is designed to be comfortable therefore the body thickness is slimmed down, and the Takamine is normal but I think it's even thicker on the bottom side than other dreadnoughts. This makes my Gibson look too thin in comparison and I am worried how it affects the tone and i guess also loudness. I never had the chance to play them side by side cause my circumstances. This post is the alternative.
 
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So now you're asking us to judge, who have never player either instrument :eek2: :facepalm:
 

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I have a J45. It has enough natural volume to hold its own. It’s not like it’s a super thin Fender Strat acoustic. Plus it doe have a pickup. Mine is very articulate. The tone is just amazing. Hope that helps. Because I don’t know ha k shit about Takamine guitars lol!
 


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