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Acoustic Guitars: Shapes and Sizes

Finding the right acoustic guitar will depend on a number of things – wood combination, shape, sound, etc., One thing that might help in your search for your next acoustic guitar is by remembering that each shape has its specific tonal characteristics. In this issue, we will cover some popular shapes to give you an idea of how they would sound.


Compact and light enough to bring everywhere, travel-size guitars focus more on the mids and treble. Made for those who would love to play anytime and anywhere without the hassle of a bulky guitar.

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Parlor guitars bring out that vintage vibe with its iconic shape and 12-fret neck joint. Widely favored for its transparent light bass, and crisp sparkling highs. They are generally good for fingerpicking.

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The Auditorium or “OOO” is a mid-size guitar with great balance, volume, and projection. Just a pure dose of power and dynamic range while having improved articulation and note separation with less emphasis on the bass registers – making it the go-to guitar for fingerpickers.

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Probably the most iconic and the most recorded amongst all acoustic guitar shapes, the dreadnought is known for its deep and lush sound due to its wider depth and waist. With its rich and deep sound, it is a favorite among pick users, especially for heavy strummers.

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The Medium Jumbo or the Grand Auditorium has a narrower waist but with a wider lower bout, resulting in its deep piano-like basses and crystalline highs. Traditionally great for a meatier chord work but often praised for being more balanced across the spectrum compared to the dreadnoughts.

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9th Year Anniversary 

On May 12, 2012, we sold our first guitar to a customer, ZALD4444 – an Epiphone Les Paul Honeyburst. Born out of a hobby and our desire to make good instruments more accessible here, it is never in our wildest dreams to be where we are now. Starting from 8 guitars, we can proudly say that Guitar Pusher now carries the widest selection of guitars and products across many brands.

This will not be possible without your support. Maraming Salamat po!

Featured Guitar | TYMA TP-18E

Old-Time looks with a modern feel and tech, we give you the Tyma TP-18E.
This guitar is full of mojo and ready to be rocked on stage. Not only is it beautiful with its smaller body, but the TP-18E is also loaded with a Tyma T-200 pickup system. A pickup system that produces an elegant yet in-your-face sound with its blend control. Quality at its best: Each Tyma Guitar goes through seven separate inspections before the guitar is completed and shipped out.
Model: G-3 RSE
Body Shape: Grand Auditorium
Top: Mahogany
B&S: Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany (1F 21mm--9F 23mm)
Joint Method: Bolt Joint on 14F
Bridge: Rosewood
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Bracing: Traditional X-bracing
Nut & Saddle: Bone
Nut Width: 43mm
Binding: Maple+Wood Line
Rosette: Shell
Tuners: Gold Diecast
Finish: Gloss Natural
Frets: 20F
Scale: 650mm
Strings: D'Addario EXP16
Electronics: TYMA T-200
Accessories: Guitar Bag, Strap, Pickguard, Cloth


Check out the TYMA - TP-18E here 



A company whose sole purpose is to make capos for every musician who needs one. G7th focuses on their capos’ design and quality so much so that they don’t even produce any other guitar-related products. Their commitment has paid off by winning them awards and having their capos used by a range of well-known musicians around the world. These capos take care of your tone and your guitar’s neck finish. They are so good that they come with a lifetime warranty.


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