Hello there HC Forum Members!
I'm writing today seeking for some advice regarding classical guitars.
I'm looking to purchase a guitar for studying classical guitar at my university. Many of us know that a classical guitar is shaped like this
That means no cutaways, and no preamps on ''good'' classical guitars. Coming from an electrical & acoustic background (steel strings), this is a blow for me. I really desire to improve my guitar skills and get the best out of studying music education at university, but I would also like a lifetime guitar investment.
I have tried various guitars in my area and the ones I like the most, have cutaways. Is this ''WRONG'' for studying classical music or can you do it? I'm also leaning towards a Cordoba GK Studio Negra. Can I use a guitar like it to study classical guitar in my university? Supposely some people have managed to study here with cutaways, but having a tradionalist strict instructor I don't know if it's really a choice.
What can you recommend me? I would like it to have a preamp for plugged in use*
Please guide me in this purchase decision.