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Acoustic Guitars

Di Giorgio Amazonia classical guitar There are two types of acoustic guitar namely the steel-string acoustic guitar and the classical guitar. Steel-string acoustic guitars produce a metallic sound that is a distinctive component of a wide range of popular genres. Steel-string acoustic guitars are sometimes referred to as flat tops. The word top refers to the face or front of the guitar which is called the table. Classical guitars have a wider neck than steel-string guitars and are strung with nylon strings. They are primarily associated with the playing of the solo classical guitar repertoire. Classical guitars are sometimes referred to as Spanish guitars in recognition of their country of origin. [...More]

The acoustic guitar lends itself to a variety of tasks and roles. Its portability and ease of use make it the ideal songwriter's tool. Its gentle harp-like arpeggios and rhythmic chordal strumming has always found favor in an ensemble. The acoustic guitar has a personal and intimate quality that is suited to small halls, churches and private spaces. For larger venues some form of amplification is required. An acoustic guitar can be amplified by placing a microphone in front of the sound hole or by installing a pickup. There are many entry-level acoustic guitar models that are manufactured to a high standard and these are entirely suitable as a first guitar for a beginner.

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Some people think trying to read music is hard and difficult. The following set of pages will try to introduce the most important topics in reading music in a very easy to understand way. Don't expect to fly through all the lessons and understand everything you read. As with anything new, it'll appear complicated and complex at first, but as you look at the examples and read the explanations it will make more and more sense as you go.

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  •   Joseph DeMilio - Joy Music
    Acoustic - Electric Guitar & Piano
    Joe teaches electric and acoustic guitar. Also, teaches reading and writing music as well as music theory.
    Brewster, NY Contact:
  •   Rick Denzien
    Guitar-10+ Years Experience Teaching,
    Song Writing - Bachelor of Arts
    Philadelphia, PA Contact:
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