A type of acoustic guitar with nylon (originally gut) strings, rather than classical music played on guitar

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Figuring the Classical Fingering from Sheet Music

Given a sheet of music, how does one determine the correct fingering (p i m a) for Guitar? that is, when the fingering is not explicitly mentioned? I know that strings (E a d) are typically plucked ...
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Villa-Lobos Etude No. 2 - Arpeggio part - how to play the consecutive bass strings

I'm a beginner classical guitarist (I have been playing the instrument itself for a while) in the middle of learning Villa-Lobos Etude No. 2. I just wanted to know how I should be playing the ...
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Dealing with over sensitive tuning knobs

I currently play a classical guitar that I have borrowed, and it has some tuning issues that I have never really had to deal with before. The intonation seems fine action is also okay. Also, once I ...
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Spanish Guitar lessons online

Where can I find reliable, good instructional material about the Spanish guitar online? I'm just not able to find reliable instructors, and I think I'll be a better and faster learner through online ...
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Classical guitar pieces that were originally composed for the piano [closed]

I am looking for a style of Classical guitar that I'm not sure exists. Take this piece as an example, Rachmaninoff Prelude Op. 23 No. 5. I find that this piece, although created for the piano, sounds ...
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Is it possible to do tempo changes while practicing with metronome?

While I practice some pieces with metronome, I try to make notes coincide with the metronome clicks as precisely as possible. However, some (most?) classical pieces have tempo changes like fermata or ...
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How can I play this passage on classical guitar?

I'm trying to teach myself classical guitar. I've got a fair bit of experience chording and strumming. But this passage is giving me problems: My problem concerns the highlighted portion. Even ...
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Guitar technique

How do you call guitar technique for playing one instrument, but making it sound like there are at least two guitars? Example of that might be, probably well known, Tommy Emmanuel's Classical Gas ...
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Weird open string sound

As I play one of the strings openly, without pressing any fret, this annoying sound occurs. Why is it happening and how can I fix it? http://picosong.com/4aKv/
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Classical guitar: how to figure out the fingers

how do I play a piece of classical guitar when the fingers (pima) are not indicated, do I just figure it out??
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Open strings and semitones on a classical guitar

My son in learning guitar, however how do you raise a note up 2 semitones when it is an open string for example open 1st string in e and we want to raise it 2 chromatic semitones.
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Buzz in the G string

Three months ago, I decided to learn how to play guitar, and I bought a Gomez 001, http://tinyurl.com/mfbmdta. Since I didn't know anything about guitars, I thought it was pretty good. And my teacher ...
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Is this old, possibly Musima classic guitar worth keeping?

I got a 1960-something Musima classic for 40 dollars on a flea market, I believe it is a classic (I can't find any information on the guitar anywhere, but it looks like a musima classic) but the ...
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Sheet music for obscure melody [closed]

I have been searching for the sheet music for a particular song for quite some time, and have been unable to find anything. I only need the first movement (I. Allegro Moderato). IMSLP has it listed ...
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D string buzzes when I play a chord, but not when I play the string alone

When I play chords, the "D" String buzzes really loudly, but when I play it alone, it doesn't. (Doesn't matter if I pressed the fret or not).