Originally posted by Goldie
Would the EA then be good for a small adult like the F52. You said it was thinner but is it larger in other ways?
How would you compare the EA21 to the EA20.
Should I also consider the F32?
Thanks so so much!
You will find that some of the best sounding stage guitars, useful for plugging in with groups, are not always the loudest guitars when played purely acoustic. Loud acoustic guitars will create more feedback when turned up through a PA or amplifier. It's simply the nature of physics and amplified sound. Many of the people on here have already advised you of that with some good suggestions.
I reccomended trying the WB400 because in all honesty, we just ran a contest giveaway with Womans World magazine, as we think it would suit a womans stature as a full sounding acoustic more than the other jumbo guitars that are popular. It sounds great, is all solid wood, and just about every guitar player is under 6'4, I realize that
All being said, a thin bodies EA series guitar is still smaller, thinner, and probably more comfortable for someone switching from electric, but it's just simply not going to be as loud as a pure acoustic as the F52 or WB400 as they are not all solid tone woods like these models are. It's all a matter of speculation until you get your hands on a guitar at a dealership. I hope you make a decision you will be happy with, there are a LOT of options.