Flamenco Guitar

There are some important differences between the flamenco and acoustic guitars

Flamenco Guitar For Kids

There are some important differences between the flamenco and acoustic guitars. Traditionally, the type of music played on a flamenco guitar requires fast finger picking, strumming, and transitions. So the strings sit closer to the body of the instrument (this is referred to as having a “low action”). This gives it its characteristic rasp or growl. The neck is also smaller than the classical guitar. The flamenco guitar bears a golpeador or “tap plate” above and below its soundhole to protect it from the player’s tapping and striking. 

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A flamenco guitar is a guitar similar to a classical guitar but with thinner tops and less internal bracing. It usually has nylon strings, as opposed to steel. Usually, it has a livelier sound compared to the classical guitar. It is used in toque, the guitar-playing part of the art of flamenco.

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