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- (music) A type of flat-tabled guitar of Spanish origin used primarily for Western classical music, flamenco, and Latin American music, with six nylon (formerly gut) strings, usually played with the fingers rather than with a plectrum.
- 2005. The NPR Classical Music Companion: An Essential Guide for Enlightened Listening. Miles Hoffman. Pg. 92.
guitar used primarily for classical music