Differences in Classical and Acoustic Guitars

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 3:44 AM , have 0 comments

There are some differences between the two guitars. The main difference is in the strings are used where classical guitar strings to use strings made of nylon so it is generally easier to play. Guitar It consists of a hollow body with a soundhole, and neck with engine tuning / headstock. With string-based nylon string classical guitar most commonly used. This makes it easy to use both classical guitar to strum and swiped. Classical guitar is often used in classical and Latin music and the Flamenco and other popular music genres. 

In classical guitar techniques to get the sharp sound we can pluck the strings with a position close to the bridge. As for standard sound quotation at the center position. And to the gentle sound of stringed indented neck position. While the guitar or plain steel strings acoustic guitar strings are made of steel, which is generally harder for your fingers. But once we got used roughly biweekly practice then our usual leather finger pressed steel strings it will thicken (callus) so it does not matter this steel string guitar. 

Looking at the guitar's headstock two different forms of the headstock (the end of the neck where there is a tuner to tie strings). In addition to the classical guitar neck wider than the neck on a steel string guitar. It is to be the advantages and disadvantages of each. Acoustic guitar is very similar to the classical guitar. Sometimes both types of guitars are called acoustic guitars, as they both produce sound without the need for an amplifier. The opposite of classical guitars, acoustic guitars use steel strings. neck is smaller and sometimes using an electronic sound system (spull). This type of guitar is often used in pop music as an accompanying instrument.

The surplus if you have large fingers or obese tended and you need more space on the fingerboard so you can be comfortable and easy to play the strings, the classical guitar is suitable for you, and vice versa. Classical guitar or Spanish guitar is the most widely used. 

Classical guitar also has shortcomings because some tracks may require you perform stretching or range of extensive hands on the fingerboard so that the wide neck classical guitar can be a problem to do the stretching, and of course the opposite effect on steel string guitars have a smaller neck so that more easy for your fingers to reach frets for fret. However, steel string guitar with a smaller neck is also a problem for the big finger/ fat.
Samuel Kurnianta
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