Acoustic guitar is a bit bigger than a classical guitar. The body shape of the acoustic guitar is different than classical guitar. For beginners, learning to play acoustic guitar is a bit harder than learning to play classical guitar (though it's not that hard really). via
- 1 What is the hardest classical guitar piece?
- 2 Is classical guitar harder than violin?
- 3 Are classical guitars hard to play?
- 4 How long do classical guitars last?
- 5 What kind of guitar is easiest to play?
- 6 Can I play classical guitar on an electric guitar?
- 7 How long does it take to master classical guitar?
- 8 Who is the best classical guitarist alive?
- 9 Who is the best classical guitarist in the world?
- 10 What is the hardest guitar solo?
What is the hardest classical guitar piece?
The most difficult classical guitar piece is Brian Ferneyhough's Kurze Schatten II. There's a sample fragment of the score available here. The most difficult classical guitar piece is Brian Ferneyhough's Kurze Schatten II. via
Is classical guitar harder than violin?
The consensus is that guitar is an easier instrument to learn than violin, and that it takes more practice time to get to a performance-worthy level for the violin than the guitar. Violin is more difficult because of its lack of frets and its complexity in playing techniques. via
Are classical guitars hard to play?
It seems counter-intuitive, because classical guitars have nylon strings, which are definitely easier to press down and less painful for your fingers than steel strings. However, classical guitars have a couple attributes that can make them more physically challenging to play than any of the other guitar types. via
How long do classical guitars last?
If you dedicate enough time and care to your instrument it will be able to last for a long time. Players are saying that classical guitar can last 30 years of professional if properly maintained. Even if you're not a professional player, the classical guitar will be able to last for a long time. via
What kind of guitar is easiest to play?
Electric guitars are generally the easiest to play: the strings are usually thinner, the 'action' is lower and therefore the strings are easier to press down. The necks are generally narrower too which can help in the early stages. via
Can I play classical guitar on an electric guitar?
The answer is yes, you can play classical music on an electric guitar. Most of the people who own electric guitars do it as well. Many guitarists do this purposefully because they want to change from the heavy metal riffs instead of going through the hassle of changing guitars. via
How long does it take to master classical guitar?
When I first started out as a teacher, I would respond with phrases like, "it depends on how much time you dedicate to practicing" or, "about six months to a year or two" to give them a benchmark of basic ability. It takes an average of 7-10 years of dedicated study to master the instrument. via
Who is the best classical guitarist alive?
Top 30 Classical Guitarists of The Current World
Who is the best classical guitarist in the world?
The Greatest Classical Guitarists