Poldy wrote:Are there any disadventages while playing (fingerpick) classical songs on narrow fretboard?
Yes. The classical neck is the width it is because that's a width that works very well for the kind of music that is played on this kind of instrument. How's that for circular logic?
Classical guitar music places very high demands on both hands, and the spacing between strings makes a significant difference to the way an instrument feels. When I pull out my Taylor 6-string after having focused on classical exclusively for some time, I almost can't play it. My hands feel constrained.
Partially, it's what you get used to. I think these kinds of cross-over instruments are designed for steel string and electric players who want the sound of the nylon strings, but don't want to make the radical change to a 50mm nut.
Personally, I would seek out a traditional classical guitar if you want to play classical music.
Have you actually played this instrument? How does it feel to you? How does it sound?