A classical guitar is an acoustic guitar with nylon strings and typically has a smaller body and slightly wider neck than a steel string acoustic guitar. It’s suitable for playing classical music as well as other forms of folk music. Amidst learning other styles, when I was in college I concentrated on classical guitar at James Madison University.
Lessons in Classical Guitar include:
-Learn guitar with a method that strives to achieve excellent tone, efficient and relaxed movement, and a high-degree of musicianship
-Learn the the correct sitting posture and right hand “fingerstyle” technique
-Learn the proper positioning of the right hand to ensure great tone
-Learn to read music for classical guitar
-Excellent prep for students who wish to enter college programs in guitar performance
-Develop a repertoire of classical guitar pieces from the various movements in Western music: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary.