For classical guitarists

Guitarplayernails work great for classical guitarists.
You can customize them, and make them durable enough for any style of guitar playing, but their sound and feel are patterned after that of a natural fingernail. We do this because of the great sound and diversity of tone a natural nail has. Applied correctly, our nails sound and feel like great natural fingernails.

Our nails are a valid, permanent alternative for classical guitarists to using natural nails. There can be major advantages to using artificial nails over natural nails if you know what you're doing. When you can have great sounding nails all of the time that have uniformity and diversity of tone, with the great sound of a natural nail, your playing can't help but improve quite a lot. Like a violinist with a great bow.

We have, to a large extent, been guinea pigs for about twenty five years now. During this time we have shown that if you have the right materials, combined with the proper methods of application, you can create great sounding fingernails as good or better than your own natural nails. You don't have to depend on natural fingernails for world class tone and feel. Y
ou can have great sounding fingernails whenever you want, in just a few minutes. And if you so desire, you can use our nails on a regular basis every day for your entire life without damage to your natural nails.

If you learn to use our materials along with our methods of application, you'll have:
Great tone all of the time.
Diversity and uniformity of tone.
The ability to customize your tone
The peace of mind knowing you'll never have to worry about your nails again. No nail emergencies.
The ability to remove an old nail, put on a new nail, and be ready to play in just a few minutes.

Another nice thing is you can experiment as much as you want with shape, filing techniques, length etc. A unique aspect of our nails is that you can customize and adjust the tone after they are applied. With this technique you can zero in on exactly the tone and feel you want. If you mess up a nail, you can simply remove it and start again. You'll never have to play with nails that are too short, damaged, thin, or misshapen. Play as hard and for as long as you want. You don't have to hold back or compromise your playing in any way. If you do break a nail, it can be replaced in about 5 minutes or less.

No more worrying about your natural nails, just keep them short.

So what's the catch?
There is a bit of a learning curve involved, but in actual fact it's very easy to learn how to do.  And we're here to help anytime you need us.