Classical Guitar techniques

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by Hello_World, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. Hello_World

    Hello_World New Member

    Can we have more posts on playing the classical accoutic guitar..???

    Exercises etc. that can help with improving your finger placements, speed...

    I am learning guitar using a nylon string accoustic guitar.. would help me greatly if we had posts specific to accoustic guitar requirements.

  2. johnny_flamenco

    johnny_flamenco New Member

    Suggest you buy Carrull's fingering techniques, which have about 100 hundred exercises for the right and left hand
  3. supernic

    supernic New Member

    First lesson, nylon string guitars are either classical guitars or flamenco guitars, not acoustic. Acoustics have metal strings... :D

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    supernic New Member

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  6. sohail288

    sohail288 New Member

    I learned from the Frederick Noad book, and then i moved on to the royal conservatory of music repertoire classical guitar series. The Noad book gave me a great foundation and it had a good selection of pieces. The royal conservatory books have good pieces in them to help you out with various techniques in a "fun" way.

    Yes do get a classical guitar first, not an acoustic. The classical guitar will help you execute the fingerings more efficiently. Or i guess more easily.

    Also, i'd rather just work on classical guitar pieces, not techniques, why learn a technique or be able to pick at a certain speed if it's not even necessary to achieve proficiency on a certain piece. It's 12 am so i may not be making a lot of sense, if so, apologies.
  7. vivek.gaur0816

    vivek.gaur0816 VivekLoveRock....

  8. ekta bagadiya

    ekta bagadiya New Member

    hi ekta here

    i just join this site......i have bought a guitar but m confuse about a teacher
    cn u help me about by guiding thank u
  9. mahmud7521

    mahmud7521 New Member

    i am a beginner i wanna learn how to play guiter
  10. mahmud7521

    mahmud7521 New Member

    i also wanna be a please help me.
  11. anil386

    anil386 New Member


    I can help you about how to play but either you tell me your number or any other medium through which I would talk, or You tell me which medium will be convenient for you to learn.

    If you are from Patna Bihar I will help you very easily.

    Anil Kumar
  12. anil386

    anil386 New Member

  13. emisar

    emisar New Member

    learn classical guitar

    I'm a new comer just joint you today. I love classical music since small particularly the guitar but without opportunity to learn it. Now at age of 52, I managed to fulfill my childhood dream by learning classical guitar at Yamaha Music School in May this year at my hometown, Kota Bharu, Malaysia. Its a challenge but the passion made things easy for me. I got the tips and technique from various websites apart from formal lessons. It helps me a lot. Now I'm in the midst of perfecting my playing of Romance d'amour, a well known Spanish folk song. Great! Hope you all keep the passion forever. Bye!
  14. emisar

    emisar New Member

    Hello Anil386,

    Just surf the classical guitar sites_ plenty of guitar lessons to try.
  15. acoustic12

    acoustic12 New Member

    Hey ppl can you tell me where I can buy a flamenco guitar..? I am located in Mumbai India, I found a few good classical guitars in shops arround here but none of them had a flamenco guitar. Also, how much will it cost to but a pretty descent flamenco?
  16. johnny_flamenco

    johnny_flamenco New Member

    I hear there is a Spanish Flamenco guitar maker opening a manufacturing zone in Cochin, Kerala. Sorry not much help

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