Nylon or Steel string guitar
If you are taking guitar lessons. Then can you please let me know what is the difference between steel string and nylon string guitars?
And which one you want to choose a nylon or steel string guitar
It's very much a question of what you want your guitar to do.
If you're looking for versatility and a decent organic sound, and want to cover a wide range of styles, then go for steel strings.
If you've got smaller hands, or child learners, or just want something with a nice organic sound that's not going to rip your fingers to shreds for the first few months, then go for nylon.
Chords sound a bit empty on a nylon string guitar though because they're designed and built to play the melody with its own accompaniment.
People to watch on YouTube:
Steel strings - Andy McKee, especially the tune "Drifting"
Nylon strings - Pepe Romero - more or less anything, the man's a genius. Ditto David Russell. These guys are classical guitarists; the skillset makes rock guitarists look like amateurs.
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