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What are the best books for learning how to play the Classical Guitar? Something akin to a textbook for scientific writing but for learning how to play the classical guitar.
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Perhaps of no help but since the dawn of YouTube I've found videos to be a better educational tool, almost like a personal teacher.
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#3
Julio Sagreras' Method, Guilani 120 Studies for right hand

EDIT: Also Scott Tenant's Pumping Nylon
Last edited by mpatton at Jan 9, 2016,
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It has been a really long time since I ever cracked open a guitar book. There is so much free content on the internet for any subject that I almost never pay for it anymore.

quick google search brought me to these for example.

https://www.classicalguitarcorner.com/online-lessons/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPBqjgF9-l8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4CSr1MkLWE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4y0IRxndBSg
Last edited by Blicer at Jan 10, 2016,
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What are the best books for learning how to play the Classical Guitar? Something akin to a textbook for scientific writing but for learning how to play the classical guitar.


Get a hold of a first year University curriculum.