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The Easy Play No Sore Fingers Guitar for My 8Year Old Grandson.He Plays by Ear. Wanted to know if this Particular Guitar would be too big for him.

asked by Susan S. on 12/7/19

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My zager guitars play as easy as my taylor and i didn't think that was possible but i felt it the min I played my first chord. Maybe easier.
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They make a parlor size and an even smaller travel size that probably would work.
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As a long time player who started at 10 I would say Zager has a guitar that would mate up with his finger size. Just choose one of the smaller "scale" guitars they offer. Nothing beats a Zager.
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Parlor size might be best qnd is 25% smaller and 38 in neck. Im 6'2" and its my only guitar. I generally play baritone ukulele but Zager makes guitar playing easier
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He might want a parlor model as it's easier for a small person to play since it's a scaled down model
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I think the ZAD 50 series neck width would work for him... the ease of play strings work great for my short fingers!
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I have played for 52 years. This is a easy play guitar. It is easier than my Takamine. My fingers did hurt a little the first day, after 5 straight hours, but the cool thing was, the next day I grabbed it and started all over again. They did not hurt!
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I purchased a Zager Parlor size mahogany. Its a great size for younger players. It has a full, rich tone for such a small instrument.Zager Parlor Mahogany
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Not sure but, they make smaller guitars than mine. I would bet he could handle this one though.
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They make parlor guitars that almost anyone can play
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