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Henhouse

 

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Buying Classical/Flamenco$ 

Hi all, I have been playing classical guitar for about 5 years and play basic flamenco stuff. I wanted to get more into it so i have decided to buy a flamenco guitar. I was wondering if anyone can give me some tips or recommendations on guitars that might have qualities of both classical/flamenco. My budget is 1300$. Thanks!
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Leñador

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RE: Buying Classical/Flamenco$ (in reply to Henhouse

People tend to consider flamenco negras to be a little warmer like a classical but guitar set-up will make a difference as well.

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tele

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RE: Buying Classical/Flamenco$ (in reply to Henhouse

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guitars that might have qualities of both classical/flamenco. My budget is 1300$. Thanks!


Yeah try looking for flamenca negra with indian rosewood back and sides. www.lasonanta.eu for example has some

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keith

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RE: Buying Classical/Flamenco$ (in reply to Henhouse

a new navarro student level negra is about $1k and a new cordoba solista is about $1.2K and both might do the trick.
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RE: Buying Classical/Flamenco$ (in reply to keith

I had a student Navarro and used it as a gig guitar for a few years. It was a pretty guitar and I wish I hadn't sold it.

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