the flamenco guitar's body is not as deep, and it typically has a spruce top, and commonly cypress back and sides. It also has a golpeador to protect it from the golpe action.Zajn wrote:Okay, thanks for your suggestions. I remember that term picado now, haha. How much different are the two types of guitars? I know that flamenco guitars have a lower action like you said, but are there any other differences such as different woods, neck width etc?
I guess I'll get back to practicing those ever-exciting scales, hahaha. Thanks again!
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