Fret height classical guitar
The string height of a classical guitar affects both the sound and playability of a classical guitar. The lower the string height (or action) the easier the guitar is to play. If the action is adjusted too low, then volume, sustain, and clarity of sound are reduced. The string height is usually measured at the12 th fret, from the top of theMost regular guitar frets have a crown height of around. 040 . 045 and a width of about. 080 . You'd find frets of approximately this size on most acoustic steel string guitars, such as those made by Martin, Taylor, Collings, Santa Cruz, and countless others. fret height classical guitar
Jun 26, 2010 Raising the height of the fret so that I can fret a note without making any (or minimal) contact with the freboard significantly improves playability for me. Last edited by riffmeister on Friday 16 October 2009, 04: 44 am, edited 1 time in total.