Want to learn the classical guitar finger names? The left hand fingers use numbers 1-4, and the right fingers use the letters p, a, m, i, and c.
What are classical guitar supports and why are they used? Which 7 guitar supports are best? Find out which one is right for you in this comparative guide!
When it comes to playing guitar, it’s essential to make sure your guitar is tuned properly every time before you begin. In this article, you’ll learn the basics on how to tune your guitar. You’ll also learn five helpful methods for tuning your guitar.
Do you need to change or restring your classical guitar strings but aren’t sure where to get started? This step by step guide will help you understand how to change your nylon string guitar with ease!
What’s the best capo for a classical or nylon string guitar? Learn all about capos and why guitarists use them in my interview with the G7th capo team.
7 Inspiring Bruce Lee quotes that will improve your guitar playing, practice, technique, and expressiveness: 1. I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times. 2. Be self aware, rather than a repetitious robot. 3. Everything you do, if not inContinue reading “7 Bruce Lee Quotes That Will Improve Your Guitar Playing”
What’s the difference between classical and acoustic guitar? This article goes in depth to explain difference in guitar strings, guitar neck and body, what makes guitars sound different, and differences in guitar playing styles. All you need to know to decide: Should I play classical or acoustic guitar?
The album 20 Classical Guitar Etudes for Beginner & Intermediate Students by Atlanta Classical Guitarist Jonathan Richter is available on Spotify, Amazon, Pandora, and Apple Music. The album a collection of popular guitar etudes for beginner and intermediate guitar students.
A common question among many guitarists is “can a classical guitar be used to play ‘acoustic guitar’ songs?”. The short answer is YES! A classical guitar is an acoustic guitar. Any instrument that is not played by electric means can broadly be considered ‘acoustic’. Learn more here.
Access direct links to free classical guitar scores and sheet music on IMSLP organized by composer.