#3
-Start listening to classical music
-Get a CLASSICAL guitar, not an acoustic!
-Grow fingernails on your right hand
-Start researching classical composers
-Learn to play with the guitar rested on your raised left leg
-Get a teacher
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#4
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-Get a teacher


this


classical technique is not something one can learn from tabs.
#5
A teacher will help, A LOT. Learning standard notation is a must. Get Mark Leavitt's guitar method book #1. It has a big green one on the front, heh.

You will need to grow, and shape your nails as well. Something a teacher can help you with.

Enjoy! I try to be a classical guitarist, and it's incredibly amazingly fun and rewarding.
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#7
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A teacher will help, A LOT. Learning standard notation is a must. Get Mark Leavitt's guitar method book #1. It has a big green one on the front, heh.

You will need to grow, and shape your nails as well. Something a teacher can help you with.

Enjoy! I try to be a classical guitarist, and it's incredibly amazingly fun and rewarding.



I think you mean William Leavitt.
#8
If you want to get into classical stuff I would suggest a method book...Carcassi and Sor are a couple of good composers to look up for some beginning exercises. You should also learn the basic scales. Eventually, though, a teacher is the best answer!
#9
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I think you mean William Leavitt.



Hah, of course I do. I confused jazzman Mark Levine with Classman Bill Leavitt!

Thanks for catching that
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#10
Put as much feeling as painfully possible into it and it will evolve from there.