With this free course of 52 video lessons you will learn how to play the guitar.
The guitar, also known as a classical guitar or Spanish guitar,1 is a pulsed string musical instrument, composed of a soundboard, a mast on which the fretboard or storage room is attached — usually with an acoustic hole in the center of the lid (mouth) — and six strings. On the fretboard are embedded fretboards, which allow the different notes. Some instruments in his family are the four, the ukulele, the requinto, the charango and different types of guitarron, such as the Mexican guitarron, often used by mariachis.
It is the most widely used instrument in genres such as blues, rock and heavy metal, especially in its electric variant, while in flamenco a Spanish guitar with slight variations is usually used, known as flamenco guitar. Classical guitar is also quite common among singer-songwriters, as well as in folklore in several countries.