Ahh that's right, you did start school awhile back huh, or rather switched majors to be more specific. How's that going? I look forward to your tracks as well.
The guitar I'm recording with is an Ibanez AEG series:
It does record pretty well, though it's not spectacular. Then again, it wasn't too expensive either, so I'm certainly not complaining. My only issue has turned out to be its smaller neck width as opposed to the wider necks on typical classical guitars. I initially saw that as a cool feature, being that I play various styles. But it's turned out that I'm playing (and recording) more classical stuff lately, which with less room on the fingerboard can make things harder. I also have a more traditional Yamaha student classical I generally learn songs with and "bang" on, and then once I get the song down, will record with the Ibanez.
Post by stacknymint on Apr 14, 2008 23:09:09 GMT -4
It sounds good to me. The tone has a nice little twang to it.
Yeah, school is going well. I'm really learning a ton about classical guitar and I'm starting to really get into some more difficult repertoire. Reading music is far superior to tab, and soon you want a score for everything you play. I've got some gorgeous nails that most women would die for. (In fact, I have a fakie on my thumb right now because I busted one last week.) Classical is my new favorite though. I've got an extremely good teacher, so I'm lucky.
Oh, and the guitar I've got is a Manuel Rodriguez. Its got more of a latin pop to it and it is made of rosewood. I paid a thousand dollars for it, and its not bad but its not great either.