What’s the difference between acoustic guitar and classic guitar? Please answer soon as possible.
A classical guitar is one type of acoustic guitar. It is used almost exclusively for playing classical music. It uses nylon strings, has a wide, flat fretboard, a slot head, a tie bridge, the neck joins the body at the 12th fret, and uses light body bracing.
The most common acoustic guitar is a steel string flattop guitar. It can be used for playing a wide variety of music from pop to rock to folk to bluegrass, and more. In general it uses steel strings, has a narrower, radiused fretboard, a solid head, a pin bridge, the neck joins the body at the 14th fret, and has heavier body bracing to compensate for the higher tension of the steel strings.
Either guitar can be and is played professionally.
To sum up: unless you’re interested in playing classical music, get a steel string flattop guitar.
on: 30th August 10