#2
"Dee" by Randy Rhoads/Ozzy Osbourne is a very simple and nice sounding classical piece.
#3
I need something more simple, any suggestions for me?
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#4
Romanza or Spanish Romance, anonymous piece that will carry you a long way.

Also, Villa Lobos' prelude no. 4 has a great intro.
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#6
I don't think that Dee is a good starting point at all. I've heard a lot of people play that song very poorly, and to play it well requires fairly developed classical technique. If you are truly interested in learning classical guitar you need to learn to read music for guitar instead of/in addition to reading tabs. Christopher Parkening has a good beginner book that explains everything you will need to know for a while in classical guitar, and if you already have some basic knowledge Pumping Nylon by Scott Tenant is even better. Pumping Nylon is essential to the library of classical players. Good Luck, let me know if I can be of further help.
#8
Quote by Artemis Entreri
Romanza or Spanish Romance, anonymous piece that will carry you a long way.

Also, Villa Lobos' prelude no. 4 has a great intro.

maybe. but evenness in that piece is hard for even some advanced players. i wouldnt try that just yet.

TS, i would give some simple Fernando Sor pieces a shot.

Also Carcassi OP.60 Etude 2 (sounds awesome and is pretty easy) etude 3 (pretty easy) etude 7 is one alot of people play, etude 8 is also really nice.

As for repertoire there is : lagrima and adelita by tarrega.

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