Denver’s version of the legendary Dreadnought guitar shape is built for the practicing and performing musician. This full-size acoustic Dreadnought provides a powerful spectrum of tone and is known for its playability and for defining the sound of roots music.
The Orchestra Model, or OM, is one of the most common steel-string guitar sizes. This easy-to-navigate shape is preferred by players who want to keep their guitars close to the body when playing and for those who play in intimate settings and comfort on stage.
With it’s mid-focussed tonal quality, the Orchestra Model is generally preferred by finger stylists and singer-guitarists.
A good choice for strummers and fingerstylists alike, the Grand Auditorium guitar shape is known for its tonal balance and comfort. This all-purpose guitar is a songwriter favourite for composition and travel.
This small to mid-sized guitar shape produces a balanced sound. The Folk model is more subtle, softer in tone,and great to blend in during ensemble playing. The smaller body shape allows for a mellow tone that differentiates from the boom and bass of larger models.
Often recommended for comfort, the compact 3/4 size guitar is preferred for new players and students. For early learners, the 3/4 guitar works well for finger exercises as there is less area to cover. Suitable for any genre of music from Classical to Pop, the 3/4 model is a great fit for informal jam sessions or those just learning how to play guitar.
Commonly referred to as a “backpacker’s guitar,” the Travel Sized guitar is shorter in scale, lightweight, and built to hit the road. Keeping the canoe trippers and globetrotters in mind, this instrument takes up less bulk, and cabin space. With minimum hassle and maximum enjoyment, the Travel guitar is built for your next adventure.
A 1/2 Size guitar is essentially half the size of a standard-sized guitar. The 1/2 Size guitar is a highly suggested option for young children that are just looking to start out playing guitar and those seeking an alternative for travel.
Built smaller and narrower, the Parlour guitar has roots in small room and intimate performances. With it’s robust sound, this space-friendly and lightweight instrument provides an option for the budding musician to take on tour.