German Style Guitars for Beginnning Players
A blog about a German guitar family that makes beginner instruments that are easy to play and good value.
Este es el blog, en inglés, de una familia alemana que hace guitarras fáciles de tocar para principiantes. Somos los mejores en nuestro campo y tenemos una reputación muy buena por ser honestos y trabajadores duros. Nuestros precios son muy razonables. Nos gustaría tener un contacto con usted y poder ayudarle a aprender a tocar la guitarra.
I am a German guitar maker from Bavaria, Germany and I started my business in 2002. My goal is to provide the world with easy-to-play instruments for beginning guitarists. I have been researching this topic for many years and I know that many musicians suffer from pain in their hands and muscles when they play the guitar.
As a guitarist myself, I want to help these people! That is why I developed a new neck profile which makes it easier to play the guitar – particularly for beginners and intermediate players who are still developing their muscles. In addition, we have made our guitars very affordable so that everyone can afford to buy one.
I hope you enjoy playing your new guitar!
If you are looking for a new guitar, you will find it here!
When I was a beginner, I had a hard time finding a good guitar. I wanted something that sounded great and was easy to play. I found it in the German style guitar.
It’s difficult to find an affordable, quality guitar that is easy to play. Most guitars are made in Germany because they have been making them for hundreds of years. But the German style guitar is different. It was invented in the 19th century by Anton Stauffer and has become very popular since then.
The German guitar has many benefits over other guitars:
– It’s easier to play than most other guitars because it has fewer strings and smaller frets (which makes fretting easier).
– The neck width is narrower than that of most other guitars, so your fingers don’t need to stretch as far when playing chords or single notes on the fretboard.
– It has less mass than most standard guitars, so it resonates more easily when you pluck its strings with your right hand fingers or pick (plectrum).
– Its sound is unique (especially when played acoustically), with a warm tone reminiscent of classical guitars but also some treble sparkle similar to steel
I’ve been playing the guitar for more than 30 years now and one thing I still find amazing is how each instrument has its own unique voice. It’s like listening to different singers. Some sound good, some great and some not so good.
I’ve played many guitars over the years, from $100 beginner guitars to $10,000 fine instruments. One of my favorite acoustic guitars is a German-made guitar by Yairi. It was a gift from my wife in the early days of my career when money was tight, but she knew that music was my passion. I still play that guitar today and it sounds as good as many $5,000 guitars I’ve played.
In fact, I recently bought a guitar for my daughter who is just starting out on the guitar. After playing many beginner level instruments, I found one that really stood out from the rest – it was easy to play, had a nice tone and seemed very well made. It didn’t take long before I found out why this particular guitar stood out from all of the others: The Spanish Guitar Company makes great sounding instruments at a very reasonable price.
The Spanish Guitar company has been making quality student-level guitars in Germany since 1978. They are distributed around the world and have a
While my luthier articles have been read by thousands of people since I first wrote them, they are getting a little old. It is time to update them.
When I first wrote the articles there was very little information on the web about guitars, their construction and their differences. While now there are more articles and opinions than you can shake a stick at, much of the information is still not very good, or is just plain wrong. (To be fair, some of it even contradicts what I say in my original articles.)
We are being asked questions about what we think about this or that guitar, or new developments in guitar design. And now that my son has also joined our company as a second luthier and guitar designer, we have plenty of opinions to share.
So we will be posting these opinions here – whether you like them or not!
The story of the guitar in Spain dates back to the 16th century, when guitars were brought to Spain through Italy and France by way of merchants and sailors. They were extremely popular and were played by all classes of Spaniards, including nobility. The instrument’s popularity spread across Europe and eventually became a part of the Spanish tradition. A Spanish guitar is a type of acoustic guitar that is native to Spain, where it was first developed centuries ago.
The Spanish Guitar has a long and rich history from its origins in the Mediterranean area, through its use in Spain, out into Latin America with the conquistadors, into Mexico, California and Texas with the early settlers, and then throughout the rest of North America as folks – like my great grandfather – moved westward. The Spanish guitar is an integral part of our heritage as Americans; we owe it everything we know about music today.
The Spanish guitar is a guitar that has been manufactured in Spain for many years. The Spanish guitar has been known to be used in many different places and is popular with musicians all over the world.
The Spanish guitar is a very versatile instrument and can be used for many different things. One of the most popular uses for the Spanish guitar is as a musical instrument and there are many different types of songs that can be played on this type of guitar.
Another popular use for the Spanish Guitar is as an instrument to play music at parties or other events. This type of guitar is usually smaller in size than other types of guitars, but it still sounds great when played properly. It can also be used in other ways such as being played as an accompaniment to a drum or keyboard and even for playing along with other instruments such as a piano or violin.