First classical guitar lesson:
the guitar parts

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To learn how to play an instrument, such as classical guitar, why not start from the knowledge of the parts that make it up? This is a very important thing, because in this way you can better understand the terms used in the lessons that follow. The following video explains that there are many different types of guitars, but they all have a similar structure that consists of a headstock, tuning pegs, a neck, a fingerboard, frets, a box, a bridge, an air chamber and strings. Good vision.

by Wenz
Guitarist, Communicator


There are many different types of guitars, but they all have a similar structure that consists of a headstock, tuning pegs, a neck, a fingerboard, frets, a box, a bridge, an air chamber and strings. Discover more about guitar parts and their functions with help from a classical guitarist in this free video on the parts of a guitar.

Expert: James Manuele
Contact: www.jamesmanuele.com
Bio: James Manuele has a Master of Music in guitar performance.
Filmmaker: Lisa Fenderson

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