View Single Post
  #1  
Old 07-22-2021, 03:18 PM
tbirdman tbirdman is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Jan 2021
Location: Tigard, OR
Posts: 293
Default Practice aid and using steel string guitar

I've been practicing classical guitar with an instructor, but also practicing other genres with the same instructor. I've been playing the guitar for a little a year, but have been playing some classical for 4 months.

Should I invest in a classical guitar to help the learning process? I've been using a steel string guitar where I could see how the wider string spacing and nylon string could help. I already can do a decent Travis picking on a steel string guitar.However I'm not not dedicated to any specific genre in my learning.

I ran across this practice aid called practice-right. Is this a worthwhile training aid to use? http://practice-right.com/practice-right/
__________________
_____________________
Martin HD28 w/Dazzo 60s
Martin OM28 w/Dazzos 60s
Taylor 214CE DLX
Amalio Burguet Vanessa
Fender Player Stratocaster HSS Plus
Boss Katana-50 MK-2
Bose S1 Pro
Reply With Quote