I was thinking about learning it, but G-Strings have always made me feel uncomfortable.
Originally posted by Nitesh Kant:
You may try the Bass! The G-String is the last from top and not frequently used
Originally posted by Jesper Young:
Huh? On a normal bass guitar, the G-string is the bottom string (seen with the guitar hanging round your neck). A bass guitar is normally tuned E-A-D-G (and a normal guitar: E-A-D-G-B-E). I don't see how the G-string is the "last from top" nor how it is "not frequently used".
I play guitar myself.
Originally posted by John Todd:
I started to learn how to play Guitar (classic)
Do you suggest any good online resources for Guitarists?
Originally posted by Marc Peabody:
Big question - Do you already know how to read music? A lot of resources spend most of their time trying to teach you how to read music. What makes a "good resource" changes by whether or not you can read.
Also, since you say you want to play classical, is your guitar a classical guitar? (meaning nylon strings and no trussel rod through the neck) You'd have a lot easier of a time using one for that style of music otherwise you'll feel like you're wearing combat boots while training for a marathon.