posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 06:31 PM
What's really cool is to play slide on a classical guitar.
If you experiment a bit with the DAGDAD type tuning, wonders will appear in musical thoughts on the fretboard real fast.
I've got 2 classical guitars.
Aria A-35CE onboard electronics not a bad guitar, but I felt after ordering it, I paid about 100 bucks too much
I also got a collectors Zen-on Japanese all wood classical. Heavily modified. All taken apart and re-braced. Sounds as good as any 1000 dollar guitar
on the market. Model is : AG6F Its about 60 years old and the neck is still flat, no bowing at all. Its my favorite of all my guitars and I've got a
Gibson, Tokai, Fender, SX telecaster a 40 year old Japanese Morris guitar.
I go to the pawnshops here and look for guitars that are old but need some work on them. They don't cost much, from 20 bucks to 120 bucks. Using
dollars here, but yen wise 2000 yen to 12000 yen.
Guitars are either very low price (les paul designs at 50 bucks) or mid range price (about 200 bucks), more then that, I'll just go out and buy new.
Great post by the way.
You need to buy a glass slide, then you'll discover what the classical guitar was really built for.
0200000007322020-02-08T18:32:07-06:00320702pm6 by musicismagic because: (no reason given)