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Historically, guitars are 6-stringed instruments made out of wood. Today, we also have electric guitars. Guitars are used in many musical genres.
depends on the kind of aux on the amp or the lead of the headset
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Answers.com doesn't allow links, but a quick google search for "Had  I Known You Better Then" turned up some great resources. I'm a  musician too and the tabs from Songster.com sounded the best to me.  Good luck!
Around $100 dollars. You might be able to sell it for more to a  dedicated Fender fan however, so keep an eye out!
Yes! The manual...diagram on page 9 shows you how:
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A vintage peavey. A Peavey T-15 to be specific. Those things were  built like bricks and stay in tune forever. I play one on stage all  the time!
It's a T-Mobile commercial not Verizon and the song is "I've got a rock and roll heart" by Eric Clapton
Well, for one, string bass strings are a lot longer than electric bass strings. I wouldn't recommend putting string bass strings on an electric bass and vice versa.
You should know all major and all minor chords. A great addition would be all 7 and 9 chords.
A used one. A good turntable is an expensive thing to produce in today's world, even a modest one will cost over $400. Your best bet is to find a used table from the 70's or early 80's that is still in good condition and buy a new cartridge for it. I'd recommend finding one locally though because...
A bit of googling nd here you go:  http://www.songsterr.com/a/wsa/celldweller-feat-styles-of-beyond-shapeshifter-tab-s83471t0
If you are referring to chord shapes above the musical score, the O means that string is left open, or unfretted when playing the chord.
All serial numbers from 500000 to 700000 were made in 1976.
The first bass guitar was invented by Paul Tutmarc in Seattle, Washington, USA in the early 1930's. It was known as the "Electric Bass Fiddle," and appeared in a catalog by Tutmarc's company, Audiovox, in 1935. Much smaller than the double bass, this bass was easier to carry. This bass was not...
Without seeing the actual guitar and video, it's impossible to say.  However, I can tell you this: Chris Degarmo has had an endorsement  with ESP Guitars for many, many years now. That said, it's most  likely an ESP... so that should narrow your search down  considerably.
The "PAK" in the model number indicates to me that it was part of a  "starter pack"... which probably included the guitar, strap, picks,  gig bag, tuner, etc. In general, the guitars in these starter packs  are very low cost, and the entire pack usually retails for around  $150 - $200.   ...
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No, they're all the same. Each string is tuned in the same manner. However, it may be found to be more difficult to play certain chords on an acoustic than an electric due to neck differences, but the finger placement of the chords on both are the same.
you need a special kind of pedal like a synthesizer kind that alters the guitars sound so much that it sounds like one. Guitar processors have this feature on them and they are filled with other effects such as distortion , gain , chorus and flange to delay and reverb to achieve just about every...
Electric bass, drums, keyboard, vocals, anything really. Those four are the most common, though.
in 1932 with George Beauchamp who holds the patent for the electric guitar. It was called the frying pan guitar I'd give you a wikipedia link but some contributors get upset when I send links to HELP people.
The original bass guitar, invented by Paul Tutmarc in 1935, was fretless. Frets were not added until the model was innovated by Leo Fender in 1951.
No, the grim reaper is not real. The origin of the grim reaper  dates back to Greece, and the Greek God Thanatos.
He used a Ibanez PGB1L bass, you mean what type of bass did he used? because he died
  There was a man on a horse and he was the best f***** and he sead guitar
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There are a couple different ways to change the sound on you  electric guitar: amp setup, effects pedals, and the pickups and  strings you use on your guitar. Just find what cmbination of these  you need and you can create a vast variety of sounds
Well, from my experience i personally like electric guitar strings on an acoustic guitar because i like the type of tone it gives the acoustic. it all depends on if you like the sound of it.
Try .ultimateguitar.com they have a ton of chords and tabbed music  for guitar, it's by far the best source for this stuff on the  internet
You can do it, I've done it. Your neck will need to be adjusted. The sound level will be greatly reduced. Still it will be much easier on your' fingers. Remember to buy the strings with the little balls on the end.
definitely, but be aware that some kinds of effects don't work as  well on electro-acoustics, especially heavy distortion
unlike normal passive or single coil pickups they have a battery in the guts of the guitar like a remote control. They are so powerful that they need a 9 volt battery, so just like normal pickups but they sound much different, hum less.. ect.
Guitaristan...Naw...There are lots of countries where guitars are made. The U.S. makes a lot but China, Italy and Spain make a bunch, too.
Fender.Stratocaster.www.fender.comMany manufacturers have copied the design, though.
Obviously a guitar neck is made out of wood,sometimes even many different wood types.
Yes.Do you know where I can get a video or mp3 of him?
Of course,chordophones are instruments that consist of strings and a guitar has strings and theres your answer.
Robert Earl Keen plays Collings acoustic guitars...
more options , more shapes, we can have more than 6 strings on the guitar , we can have more than two pickups if we want , we can change parts on the guitar if we know what we're doing like clothes. We can add or modify electronics to make the guitar sound more ways than average guitars. they're...
The key of D has two sharps(F# and C#) and the key of G only has  one sharp(F#)
Music for bass guitar is primarily written in bass clef, but parts written higher on the neck can be in tenor clef and G clef.
Playing the guitar can be easy if basic chords are learned.  However, to become an accomplished guitarist, an individual must  practice or even take lessons to become more advanced.
new string noise, some love it some hate it.. even after wikipedia and so on I couldn't get a straight answer , it goes away after a week and is probably due to the windings on the strings. I think guitar strings sound bright when new, because they are clean. As the strings get dirty, corroded the...
depends on how long it was wet. I go over my guitars every month with windex on a cloth to remove finger prints and so forth , than a bit of non-silicone car wax and never had a problem. fully submerged in water though it should! i mean give it a few days for everything to dry up as all that keeps...
Electric guitars aren't sized like stringed orchesteral instruments  and the size of a guitar really just depends on the  manufacturer(Fender, Squier, Gibson), so when sizing a guitar just  see which model feels the most comfortable to play
Strings are easy to remember with the right acronym , thin to thick it's EBGDAE "Every beautiful girl deserves an earring" , have fun with it and make your own version of that up. The frets start at the top of the neck in this case right where the headstock starts and the neck ends and you count...
  you buy it at the gift shop
The oldest known iconographic representation of an instrument displaying the essential features of a guitar is a 3,300 year old stone carving of a Hittite bard.
The first bass guitar was invented by Paul Tutmarc in Seattle, Washington, USA in the early 1930's. It was known as the "Electric Bass Fiddle," and appeared in a catalog by Tutmarc's company, Audiovox, in 1935. Much smaller than the double bass, this bass was easier to carry. This bass was not...
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how high the strings are to the body
A solid body guitar has a body made from one or more pieces of a solid material, usually wood. This does not preclude hollow spaces or 'chambers' within the body to accommodate electronics or mechanical devices, or to reduce the body's weight. A semi-solid guitar is of similar construction, but has...
Made in 1991 the 6 string sells for $400-$500 while the 12 string sells for $600-$800 due to it's limited run. Both are quality instruments surpassed only by the Yari line. This assumes the guitar is in excellent condition with no obvious signs of wear.
depends on the pack, but probobly mostly either one or six
yeah more than people would think. I'll break it down into laymen terms. ok strings are like shoe sizes, size 8 or 9 is very small and size 13 is very big, they all look similar but the 8 is faster than the 13 to play. so what does size have to do with it? the bigger the string the louder it is as...
yes it does you really need to have the right strings for your guitar depending on what type it is If you own an acoustic guitar, you need "acoustic guitar strings". If you own a classical guitar, you need "classical guitar strings" or "nylon strings". An electric guitar needs "electric guitar...
It is not cheap at all. If you are a beginner it is much better to just go and get a used one, but if you want to build one it ranges anywhere from about $200-$10000+ it just depends on the quality of the materials you want and what you want to fit the kind of music you are playing.
Answer . The main components of an electric guitar are the pickups )the magnets that go under the strings), the pots (potentiometers) (the volume and tone knobs), the bridge (where the strings go), the pickup switcher, the input jack and jack plate, and, of course, the body, neck, and tuners.
have you heard of this guitar and it has model a-10 on it
A good epiphone or fender is good for most styles of music and especially rock and pop.
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  The strings of a guitar can be bowed, but they are not designed for that. That is why the bridge of a violin is curved, to hit one string at a time.
Hagstrom is a Swedish company that makes bass guitars. http://www.hagstromguitars.com/gallery_hb.html
A great source of backing tracks is a cool website http://www.rockbackingtracks.co.uk you can demo them online too, all sorts of instrumentals in all genres worth a look!
From B.B.King Blues Club website: (sorry it's in all caps, that's the way it was on the site and I cut and pasted it from there) "IN THE MID-1950s, WHILE B.B. WAS PERFORMING AT A DANCE IN TWIST, ARKANSAS, A FEW FANS BECAME UNRULY. TWO MEN GOT INTO A FIGHT AND KNOCKED OVER A KEROSENE STOVE, SETTING...
Kansas guitars has been around since 1927. They made some very nice guitars. Some expensive and some inexpensive. But the real question is whom makes the guitar for Kansas? And that is non other then Cort. Yes Cort makes guitars for just about everybody and you dont even know. the big secret is cort...
Im gonna search wikipedia in aminute. My half sisters dad was. Last name; Harwood.
Rod Stewart's current touring band bass guitarist is Conrad Korsch.
Yes, you can try other frequencies if your tuner supports this.  Look into 432hz which is lower than the standard 440hz. It's also  called the classical tuning and slightly lower than 440.
Because your pinky is weak!   I think because when you go pinky in then your pinky gets to go first. The pinky is the shortest and it is easier when he is first. If you drum really slow thumb in you can see that the finger next to the finger that is druming pops up a little. Since the pinky is...
Gaetano Vinaccia got stabbed by an unknown enemy.
Yes, Van Zandt pickups are excellent for blues....or rock, or  country, or jazz, or Peruvian Psychedelic Funk! In other words, a  good pickup is a good pickup and suitable for many types of music.  As an old blues fart who happens to be a certified pickup junkie,  I've sampled many pickups......
A guitar amp head is a tool for amplifying the electric signal coming out of the electric guitar. It consists of 2 stages, a preamp and a poweramp. The preamp is right after the input stage, and it's 50% of the tone character of the amp. Most of the time, the preamp contains the tone equalizing...
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The sound of the electric guitar comes from electromagnetic induction that converts it to vibrations then into electric signals. Bit when the electric signals come out they are to weak so they are amplified using a audio amplifier before then sending it to loud speaker.
Guitar center. [Music store]
The strings are (from lowest in pitch to highest) E A D and G. Each fret makes the pitch go up one half step, and each two frets make the pitch go up one step. Here is a diagram of the pitches on a bass for the first five frets, where 0 means open string, and 1st means 1st fret: 0 | 1st | 2 | 3 |...
The guitar nut is the rectangular piece that the strings lay on as they come off the peghead and onto the fret board. Most of the time the nut is a whitish color bone, Tusq, or plastic, but can be metal (locking nut)
From low to high, it's EADGBE.
Sol Peterman maybe? The European kid?