Admira Spanish And Flamenco Guitars
In response to some of you who have emailed me about the guitar I use for flamenco or Spanish style playing here you go!
Check this page out www.spanishguitarlessons.org/learn_flamenco_guitar.html
Admira guitars are made in Spain and each guitar comes with a name such as “Maria” for example. The name given to it is a direct reference to the build quality of the guitar and also it’s price range. The “Maria” model for example is around the mid-level in the Admira classical guitar range.
Students wishing to learn flamenco guitar should first buy a nylon string guitar of the classical kind as these tend to be a lot more affordable and also a lot easier to find since almost every guitar store will carry a few decent nylon string guitars in its inventory. They are perfect starter guitar and will generally go for lesson than $100. Yamaha is another popular brand.
What you really want to find is a guitar which is decent enough that it’s going to tune up correctly. If it won’t tune up then you basically have a piece of junk rather than a musical instrument. The action is not too important as the strings on these guitars are pretty easy to press down so it normally never presents a problem.