No catch. That's the simple truth. You can pick up all this material in two different ways:
Alternate Option #1 — Hire a guitar teacher using either the classifieds, Craigslist or Google search. They'll likely teach you what you need to know about classical guitar. However, you’ll need to find one that can transfer his or her knowledge to your steel-string acoustic. Otherwise, you’ll need to pick up a new guitar. I would also recommend interviewing at least three different teachers to find one with a teaching style that matches your learning style. All told, this will take at least 10 weeks or more. At $20-$50 per lesson, that'll run you between $200 and $500, not including the cost of a new classical guitar.
Alternate Option #2 — Find free lessons on YouTube (using the outline above). Go search “Greensleeves Classical Guitar Lesson", for example, and choose from one of the 27,000+ results. If you go this route, keep in mind, there's zero guarantee of quality or satisfaction. You can pretty much better you'll need an hour or more just to find the right lesson video for you. And the more important caveat, you'll be spammed with ads and link trackers. (Remember: if it's free, you're the product.)
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