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Baritone acoustic guitars can give a depth and warmth to your music that’s unattainable on a standard six-string. Musicians from Ani DiFranco to Dave Matthews have used them at length within their own recordings, including The Dave Matthews Band’s “The Space Between,” and “Some Devil.”

Whether your genre is folk, jazz, metal, spaghetti western or anywhere in between, has acoustic baritone guitars that can take your sonic journey to a new level.

What is a baritone acoustic guitar?

A baritone acoustic guitar is an acoustic guitar with a longer scale length that’s made to be tuned to a lower pitch than a standard acoustic guitar. It uses different string gauges and often has a larger body and stronger internal bracing to enable the added tension of higher-gauge strings.

What is the tuning of a baritone guitar?

The most common tunings for a baritone guitar include:

  • A perfect fourth lower than a standard guitar: B1-E2-A2-D3-F♯3-B3
  • A perfect fifth lower than a standard guitar: A1-D2-G2-C3-E3-A3
  • A perfect third lower than a standard guitar: C2-F2-B♭2-E♭3-G3-C4

There is no standard tuning for a baritone guitar, but there are several popular tunings. The tuning a player uses depends on their guitar and their needs.

Do you need special baritone acoustic guitar strings?

Since baritone guitars use different string gauges than a standard acoustic guitar, you will need special baritone acoustic guitar strings. Common gauge sets include 14-70 and 15-80.

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