That's funny, my wife just asked me the same thingDerry wrote:James, thanks for the "GREAT" contribution,, will certainly help many,, do ya still have any time left to build the CGs so ya can make a lliving,,??
Thank for your time & effort. Great contribution!jmdlister wrote:Here's some more folks:
8. What's the difference between a classical and a flamenco guitar?
Flamenco guitars traditionally have cypress back and sides, and a spruce top, although in recent years, “flamenco negras” have increased in popularity, having rosewood back and sides.
If you go to the top of the first page you'll see that Azalais is going to do just what you have requested.Derry wrote:MODERATORS is there a way you can place all James Q&A into one area or message for those seeking answers in lieu of haveing to go to several locations,,???
Yes Derry... I think Az is just waiting to get to about 20 Q/A... not long now I would thinkDerry wrote:MODERATORS is there a way you can place all James Q&A into one area or message for those seeking answers in lieu of haveing to go to several locations,,???
I've made it clear there are many ways of tying strings, so I don't see a problem here. Fair point about the matches, although the post does say it's optional, and warn about taking care. I will add a note about this to the FAQ just to emphasise the point.ljerams wrote:I have two concerns about using Item 21.
One is the non traditional nor accepted manner of tying the strings at the bridge and more seriously the use of matches or lighters so close to the instrument. A guarantee for disaster.
The FAQ's are usually for beginners and I don't think we should be encouraging them to risk damaging their beloved new instrument