When I was in college and just a young buck my major was classical guitar performance. Playing a nylon stringed classical guitar is quite different than playing an electric. Not only do you learn a completely different kind of left (and right) hand finger dexterity, but the tones you get from the strings is largely impacted by the quality of your instrument and the strings you use. Needless to say – I ALWAYS used (without exception) Savarez strings on my classical guitar. I’ve never broken one, and the quality is exceptionally high.

A set of Alliance KF plain composite trebles (so called carbon strings) and HT stabilon multifilament (specifically treated nylon) wound basses with anti-rust silver-plated metal.Gauges: .025-.028-.034-.030-.036-.044

If you like classical guitar – you’ll love this version of Django’s tears:

And here’s a nice solo arrangement of Tears here:

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