#1
Hey guys...
Can someone suggest some classical pieces that would be good for a starter
classical guitarist? Something not to complicated cuz my fingers arent that quick yet :P.. But ye something which sounds good but isnt too complicated..
Thanks guys :]
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#2
I play classic guitar, and if i were you i would start out by learning fingerstyle songs such s stairway to heaven, nothing else matters, tears in heaven, one last breath etc. then when you have developed the necessary accuracy, strength and technique you can start learning real classical guitar.
however if you insist on playing classical from the start, i'd recommend renaissance stuff such as John Dowland, Thomas Robinson etc.
#6
Quote by Nacho Cheese!
Romance D' Amour. Also known as Spanish Romance.


That is a good one to start with, also try some of Brouwer's Estudio sencillos, but I would recommend you get a guitar teacher first of all.
#7
Quote by peterom11
That is a good one to start with, also try some of Brouwer's Estudio sencillos, but I would recommend you get a guitar teacher first of all.



seriously, with a classical guitar, it is extremely easy to pick up bad habits
#9
www.classtab.org

like Kyrl said, go check out Carulli and Carcassi tabs on that site
<Raven> I got so baked last night
<Raven> that I WOKE UP high o_o
<Raven> Do you have any idea how euphoric that is?
<Raven> I felt like I was being born.
#11
Quote by BaptizedinFire
Ferdinando Carulli - Andantino is a really easy one.


yeah im learning that one, its a good start. but star learning them on sheet music
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