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comment What's the difference between a junior guitar and a normal guitar?
@ShashankSawant In case you can't find the answer from the above link, carved (or arched) top means that the body of the guitar is not uniform in thickness - it's thicker in the centre, especially under the bridge, and thinner towards the edges. See this image for a good example. This usually provides better sustain, but is more expensive to produce. Flat top, as the name suggests, means that the top of the guitar is completely flat.
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