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Should I learn classical guitar or popular?
I played guitar for maybe a little over a year, I am self-taught and can play most things … So, in general, my guitar is not bad. However, I started going to school and my teacher started me classical guitar, but now I'm not really sure what you want. I always wanted to do more popular, I do not know not the advantages and disadvantages of each. I know it would be great to play music and be disciplined, and that comes from the classical guitar. But at the same time, the playful wit, and energetic people is what catches my attention more to do with what I'm interested in playing and what I like. However, I can not decide between! Any help would be great as a main idea differences between classical and popular. I searched on Google but have not found what you need exactly. (: Thank
Classical guitar is used almost exclusively to play classical music. If this is not what you want, do not bother with it, whatever your teacher says. If necessary, find a more flexible teaching and reasonable. >> I know that would be great to play music and be disciplined, and that comes from the classical guitar. "This is simply not true. I play an acoustic guitar with steel strings and play music and I am disciplined. I scales, chord positions up practice down the neck and so forth. You can make any guitar – there is nothing special about a guitar classic in this regard. >> Any help would be great, and a small preview of the main differences between classical and popular. "" Folk Guitar "is a meaning to more or less. It is The most commonly used to refer to flat steel string acoustic guitar with a smaller body of the battleship that common. But many, I've seen singers folk with battleships. Well, I used to be one of them until I changed my fear into a small guitar better. guitars with steel strings can be played with a peak wither or striking. Classical guitars are mainly used for playing classical music. They have a drawbridge, head split open, a wide flat collar, and nylon strings. The neck joins the body at fret 12. They only played fingerstyle, not with a plectrum. Steel chain "popular" guitars usually have a solid head, axis of the bridge, a narrow curved handle, string steel and neck meets the body at fret 14. Hope that helps.
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