A full-size classical guitar is a type of acoustic guitar that has a large body and is typically used for playing classical music. It usually has six strings made of nylon, and a wider neck and fingerboard than a steel-string acoustic guitar. The body of the guitar is made of wood, with a soundboard made of spruce or cedar, and the back and sides made of a variety of woods such as mahogany or rosewood. The strings are typically tuned to E, A, D, G, B, and E, from lowest to highest. Full-size classical guitars are suitable for adults and larger children, and are commonly used in classical music performances and recordings.