An acoustic guitar is an acoustic musical instrument in the acoustic guitar family. Its strings vibrate open air string on a hollow body to emit a pitch wave into the air. The music that the acoustic guitar makes has a similar vibration to the sound of a tuning fork striking a string. It also contains metal tuning pegs attached to the body of the instrument, which determine the note or key that the guitar will play in. There are some guitars that do not have these tuning pegs, but rather have a machine made key that slides into and out of the tuning pegs to control the tone of the acoustic guitar.
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In addition to having open tunings, there are some acoustic guitars that have closed tunings, usually performed by acoustic guitar players who use large open tuning heads like the “Fender” Stratocaster. The advantage of a closed tuning acoustic guitar, as opposed to an open tuning guitar, is that it eliminates the need for a pick or fingerboard to create the notes. Since there is no open tuner, you would not be able to pitch the guitar without using your fingers. This would limit the musical possibilities of an acoustic guitar in a few cases.
If you have small hands, like most acoustic guitar players, you can get away with using a pick for most of your playing. Electric guitar players must use their fingers to play electric guitar because the strings are closer to the fretboard. This tighter placement makes it more difficult for smaller fingers to produce the kind of tone that is attainable from a few inches away from the strings. If you are a small hand, you may want to look into getting a “concert” size acoustic guitar. They normally have wider strings and a wider neck so that they will fit comfortably with your hand.