#1
after watching these vids

http://youtube.com/watch?v=P6sviSe8vqQ

http://youtube.com/watch?v=O_KXoItaAU0 (i like the ska-ish tone they get on this vid)

i kinda wanna get a cheep like 200-300 dollar classical guitar for like playing on the go or at parks...i will be playing modern music nothing classical but i like the tone it gives...is this a practical idea
Last edited by opivtguk at Nov 12, 2007,
#2
If you dig the tone of nylon, then yes. Check out your options here. I prefer steel-stringed guits, myself.

By the way, what an incredibly stupid comment you have in your sig. I realize you didn't say it, but sigging it reflects poorly on you.
#3
alright thanks and sry bro about the sig, ill change it.


edit: also do u have any recomendations are certian brands?
#4
I'll defer to people more knowledgable than myself, because I know next to nothing about classical guitars. I'm sure others will be along soon to help you. Best of luck, and thank you for removing that comment from your sig.
#6
Yeah, go for it, alot of people do that. I bought a used La Patrie (part of Godin) for about 300 bucks or so a few years back when I started Flamenco at university but I still use it to just mess around on for either classical or rock. You can play some pretty cool stuff on it and turning electric leads out on a classical just sounds awesome.
#7
there's not really such thing as a "ska-tone." Ska is a style.

anywho...

Walden Natura series are a good bet

Alvarez AC60s
"There but for fortune go you or I"- Phil Ochs
#9
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']I see Reel Big failed to tune the classical? Or, is it "close enough for rock 'n roll" ? - Like a friend of mine who can't tune his guitar says

tbh i dont think they really care, looks like there just chillin and havin a good time

but anyone else got any more suggestions? : D