Thank you also Justfun. I play four different guitars left-handed now, although non are really that special. For classical guitar music, I play usually my Yamaha CG182S, which is a mid-range quality guitar, about $700 or so. It has of course a solid top, spruce but only rosewood veneer for back and sides. Fretboard is ebony. I also use an Admira Seville guitar, made in Spain, which has a solid cedar top, and I use that more for pop and folk music arranged for classical guitar. Also have a flamenco guitar, again nothing special, also a Yahamah, CG182SF, made in China, but still quite a good guitar. Alpine top and lightweight cypress back and sides which gives the guitar more that louder and punchier sound than the classical. Of course, not as good a sound as the more expensive Spanish flamenco guitars. My steel string guitar is a Tanglewood Crossroads parlour guitar. It is smaller than most steal string guitars, but I can play it in classical guitar position, which makes fingerpicking easier for me. It is meant to be made like a 1930's blues guitar, having that dark brown whiskey stained look about it. With it in fact I do play blues as well as some American country and western songs. It is supringly heavy for a small guitar, being made from mahogany, although it's only veneer as well. But fingerstyle Blues sounds good on it, a pick also, but still I find flat picking harder as I have not practiced much with the pick with my left hand. When I was young I used to pick very often when I had been teaching the guitar, when I also used to play the electric guitar as well.
But as I am getter better, and a little richer, I do hope to buy a concert quality classical guitar. But let's see.
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