Classical Guitar Lessons: The Finer Part Of Life

What is classical guitar? Essentially, it is also known as the flamenco and spanish guitar. The main difference is that the strings are made of nylon.

And most of the music are classics or flamenco. However, some beginners prefer to start with classical guitars as it is easier on the fingers.

Overview of Classical Guitar Lessons

The classical guitar is a beautiful instrument that plays not just chords but also your feeling. You can express sadness, melancholy, happiness, heartache, and love among other feelings as you strum through the various chords of the classical guitar.

A classical guitar lesson will not only teach you how to play the instrument but how to make it a part of you as well.

First Phase

The first phase of classical guitar lessons will focus mainly on the basic sitting position, how to hold your guitar, right-to-left and left-to-right hand motions, and motion of the thumb.

These are integral to learning how to play the guitar perfectly. Once you have learnt how to hold the guitar and strum it, the guitar lessons will go into the second phase.

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Second Phase

The second phase will be focusing more on beats, notes, and sound of the guitar. Beats basically refers to of the sound that comes out when two different notes are played together. Depending on how you play it, beats can be faster or slower.

The notes are of primary importance as you will learn to get used to playing each and every note individually, simultaneously and finally together. There are 6 strings in a classical guitar and hence there are 6 basic notes, which are known as E major, B, G, D, A E minor.

After acquiring understanding of the basic notes, the phase three will start with free stroke and the rest stroke and will throw light on understanding artificial harmonics.

Phase four of classical guitar learning is quite important as you will start to understand the difference and similarity between the pitch, dynamics, rhythm, and timbre.

Each of these has to be understood in detail and practiced in order to achieve perfection in playing the classical guitar. Last but not the least, you will learn to understand and play the various scales including common scales and their application.

There are different degrees of classical guitar lessons offered. Our classical guitar lessons are detailed but at the same time they also focus on how a beginner can learn it and are comfortable learning how to play the guitar.

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