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bnolsen
03-17-2016, 09:31 AM
I just picked up a used Cordoba Mini M from craigslist after selling a concert fluke. I was wondering if there's any books similar to the tony mizen books or similar classical guitar resources. I've only played uke and decided to try my hand at one of these small guitars.

bnolsen
03-25-2016, 10:43 AM
This apparently is a good choice, and I guess the whole "noad" series: http://www.amazon.com/Renaissance-Guitar-Frederick-Noad-Anthology/dp/0825618134

Teek
03-25-2016, 02:35 PM
Frederic Noad rocks, he did the Idiot's Guide guitar book, a shame sort of as he's brilliant and a cool dude. I love that book, it's got classical. folk, blues, rock, country and technique. I had his Solo Guitar Playing books 1 & 2 for classical for 15-20 years, now of course I want them again and I think they left with my Alvarez classical 20 years ago..

I also have 50 Easy Classical Guitar Solos by Jerry Willard, it's nice.