#2
that's it. the style of play is different. you answered your own question haha
#5
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whats the differnce between blues guitar and a rock guitar?

blues guitar are cheap and nasty, as blues players tend to spend all their cash on booze and hookers.

rock guitars are super-expensive due to endorsements, but are often sold off by rock stars to facilitate drugs.
#6
Sometimes the flamenco guitars are set up with a lower action and different top bracing due to the percussive style of play.
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#7
More to it than that. The traditional flamenco guitar is lighter overall than the usual classic guitar. It will have a cedar top, and friction tuning pegs.
In additon, a plastic "golpeador" or "tap-plate" on the front in the same position a pickguard would occupy. This so you won't damage the top when doing the rhythmic tapping with the nails.
These instruments are made to be responsive and are tradtionally played unamplified for dancers and singers, with occasional instrumental breaks.

However.... You can play flamenco just fine on a standard classical guitar.
#8
Quote by Bikewer
More to it than that. The traditional flamenco guitar is lighter overall than the usual classic guitar. It will have a cedar top, and friction tuning pegs.
In additon, a plastic "golpeador" or "tap-plate" on the front in the same position a pickguard would occupy. This so you won't damage the top when doing the rhythmic tapping with the nails.
These instruments are made to be responsive and are tradtionally played unamplified for dancers and singers, with occasional instrumental breaks.

However.... You can play flamenco just fine on a standard classical guitar.



This.

Also, flamenco guitars are made of different woods from classical guitars.

You can play all the flamenco you want on a standard classical guitar but flamenco guitars are designed for flamenco. The tone you get on a classical guitar will be different. Flamenco guitars usually have a smaller range of tone colours and are usually much brighter than classical guitars.