In general usage, the steel-string guitar is often referred to as an "acoustic guitar". But this is of course misleading, because all guitars played without amplification are in fact acoustic guitars.
With this steel-string guitar you can accompany songs with a very beautiful, bright, rich sound or play songs in "fingerpicking" style.
The steel-string guitar is the preferred instrument if you don't want to learn classical guitar in the "classical" sense, but rather turn to the "campfire guitar" (positively meant!).
Especially at the beginning you can achieve good results with the nylon strings of a concert guitar, because the wider neck makes it more comfortable to grip.
I would be happy to advise you on buying an instrument so that you can find the ideal instrument for you!
At the beginning we will deal with chord symbols, the grasping of the first chords and the first strumming or picking patterns.
In doing so we get to know and play different styles from pop, folk, rock to Latin and jazz.
Reading music is not absolutely necessary!
Later we will also deal a little bit with music theory, because a higher quality game can only be achieved with the necessary understanding for music.
Many students have already learned their first chords and can already accompany songs. But together we can always take this to a higher level!
How do I get away from the usual 2, 3 strumming patterns with which I accompany every song immediately, how do I spice up my songs?
Maybe you are interested in Blues or Jazz? Which voicings do I use in these styles, how do I improvise?
In any case, my team and I will be happy to help you!