I don't know what they weigh, but they are pretty substantial. I agree with you that it will change the feeling of picking up your guitar if it is a lightweight instrument to begin with. It is the one thing that might make me remove them one day from my Kono. But of course none of that matters when you play the guitar. And any other support once attached adds weight to the instrument....JohnyZuper wrote:How much do the magnets inside the guitar weigh? I really love the light weight of my current instrument (Burguet Andante). Would hate to ruin that.
Also, does the Barnett/Sagework support allow moving the guitar a bit while playing (to alter sound color)? In online videos the players seem rather stuck in one position, albeit a very stable relaxed one.
Thank you!Eberhard Mueller wrote:Just to put some metrics to the question of the internal magnet set's weight - I happen to have a spare set and it weighs in at 74 gm.
Could anyone who has the Burguet Andante share the exact body dimensions here? The Burguet website doesn't list them. A "standard" classical guitar body these days I consider to be about 283mm upper bout, 370mm lower bout and 482mm length (all measured on the back). I know that for example the Ramirez 130 Años is just slightly smaller than that, which I like. Others are bigger. How big is the Andante?
Thank you! Much appreciated.
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