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Westwood WWCG36 3/4-size Classical Guitar

Brand: Westwood


MSRP: $116.99

Item: #302276
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Westwood guitars were developed with schools, parents, and students in mind! Carefully built with a spruce top, basswood back & sides, solid rosewood fingerboard & bridge, and finished with a rich Satin finish. You will be pleasantly surprised at the ease of playing, responsiveness, and clear sound.  The nylon strings make playing easier on young fingers. Westwood offers an unprecedented combination of quality and value, designed to make the learning experience fun and fulfilling.

• 1/2-size is perfect for ages 5-8 or height of player between 3’10” to 4’5” tall
• 3/4-size is perfect for ages 8-12 or height of player between 4’6” to 4’11” tall
• Full-size is perfect for ages 12 & up or height of player 5’ or taller

Includes high quality gig bag, guitar strap, and strap end pin.

  • Westwood 1/2-size WWCG32 (# 302275) guitar:
    Length: 32"
    Depth: 2 7/8"
    Upper Bout: 9 1/8"
    Lower Bout: 11 1/2"


  • Westwood 3/4-size WWCG36 (# 302276) guitar:
    Length: 36”
    Depth: 3”
    Upper Bout: 9 1/2”
    Lower Bout: 13”


  • Westwood Full-size WWCG39 (# 302277) guitar:
    Length: 39”
    Depth: 3 1/8”
    Upper Bout: 11 3/4”
    Lower Bout: 14 1/2"


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great price - good quality!
Marina L on Aug 4, 2014
Good educational guitar for beginners.
Kathy H on Sep 17, 2012
How does the sound quality compare to a Yamaha?
Cheryl S on Jul 13, 2016
Best Answer: I will buy Yamaha in the future. Problems with the frets, I had to file them down so they would be safe for kids to play. They aren't working very well for me. I was disappointed in the sound. They came with full size strings so I had to replace all the strings. The sound was very sloppy with the original strings.
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How to Clean Strings

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Fixing Problems in a Practice Session

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