String Instruments

Parent Category: Musical Instruments
String instruments are any instruments which produce sound by vibrating strings. Many instruments belong in this family, including: banjos, cellos, double basses, guitars, violas, and violins. Questions about these instruments belong here.
depends on the kind of aux on the amp or the lead of the headset
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The main woods are spruce for the top (front) and maple for the back. There is also spruce or willow used for the inside blocks and linings. Tail piece, button and pegs are made out of dense wood, such as ebony, boxwood or rosewood. Fingerboard is made from ebony.
Invented was it since changed it has and like look viola the didwhat.The Viola's ancestry can be traced back to the Viola D'Amoreof the Baroque period, (the mid range instrument of the Violfamily) which was bigger and more lute-like with a deeper base and6 to 7 played strings each with a sympathetic...
Rachel Hammond is the name of the viola soloist on the HannahHauxwell DVD's.
Chico land Taylor guitars are not made in Mexico. They are made in California USA. El Cajon to be exact.
lyrics the sacrifice lamb doesn't allow links, but a quick google search for "HadI Known You Better Then" turned up some great resources. I'm amusician too and the tabs from sounded the best to me.Good luck!
Around $100 dollars. You might be able to sell it for more to adedicated Fender fan however, so keep an eye out!
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Your best choice is probably just to look it up on YouTube :)
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One of the more famous and popular virtuoso cellists goes by the name Yo-Yo Ma.
There are generally 8 to 12 cellos in an orchestra.
A double bass generally weighs between 20 and 25 pounds. The casegenerally weighs in at another 20 pounds, so keep that in mind whenyou're traveling!
The typical double bass weighs about 25 pounds.
The same as it is Today. Spruce top, maple back, ribs and neck.Because of it's size and the scarcity of material that big, oftenthe top and back were made with more than two pieces having wingsadded to the upper and lower bout edges. Some bases were made withSycamore or Pear.
A vintage peavey. A Peavey T-15 to be specific. Those things werebuilt like bricks and stay in tune forever. I play one on stage allthe 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...
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We know from stone carvings that harps were present in Ireland and Scotland as early as the eighth century, A.D.
Since the 20th century when Paul Hindmemith and Vadim Borisovskymade an early attempt at an organization in 1927 with the ViolistWorld Union.
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 violin has always been a musical instrument since it was firstintroduced in the 9th century.
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...
The BB1200 guitars were made in Australia 2005, less than 90 were ever made.
Absolutely! It's only easier because if you know the piano, youhave an understanding of how reading music works and your leftfingers are stronger (The left fingers do the fingering). The cellois an awesome instrument that will be a lot easier if you know thepiano.
Without seeing the actual guitar and video, it's impossible to say.However, I can tell you this: Chris Degarmo has had an endorsementwith ESP Guitars for many, many years now. That said, it's mostlikely an ESP... so that should narrow your search downconsiderably.
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 packsare very low cost, and the entire pack usually retails for around$150 - $200. That said, a mint...
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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...
Same reason dogs howl at harmonica: it sounds awful.
Electric bass, drums, keyboard, vocals, anything really. Those four are the most common, though.
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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 reaperdates 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
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The ukulele was created and played in Hawaii in the early 1880's. It was created and built by Portuguese immigrants. The sound was greatly appreciated by the Hawaiians and their king and royal family wrote many songs for the instrument, helping to promote its use.
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elctric is okay but acoustic is better
The scroll is on the top near the pegs. it is that thing that curves at the top
There are a couple different ways to change the sound on youelectric guitar: amp setup, effects pedals, and the pickups andstrings you use on your guitar. Just find what cmbination of theseyou need and you can create a vast variety of sounds
it depends what size you get because you can get a full, 1/2 ect
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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.
It's "paddle faster, I hear banjos". You'll have to watch the movie Deliverance to understand it...
Serramonte Music Center has a selection of guitars. Whether they actually sell ukuleles or not is not specified on their web site. Give them a call to find out if they have any in stock. I would be surprised if they didn't have a few available, and they could certainly order one for you.
An acoustic guitar with steel strings (as opposed to a classical guitar which has nylon or gut strings).
Try they have a ton of chords and tabbed musicfor guitar, it's by far the best source for this stuff on theinternet
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 aswell on electro-acoustics, especially heavy distortion
like your playing a guitar with a light weight on your right shoulder( and none on your lap) Another answer: Intellectually, it's similar to playing a piano, but it's physically quite different. The technique of playing the harp is more three-dimensional than most instruments. Since you don't...
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.
You pick or pluck the strings, which then vibrate across the drum, causing sound. The sounds depend on where you put your fingers.
The two violins in a string quartet are typically just referred toas Violin I and Violin II
It depends on which g sharp you mean. I will address the two possibilities in first position. To play the g sharp on the g string extend your first finger back. To play the g sharp on the d string extend your fourth finger forwards.
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.
Practice, Practice, Practice! Practice makes perfect. You could also take lessons in a class or from a professional.
Fender. Stratocaster. Many manufacturers have copied the design, though.
Sounds like your' basic feedback. Because of the hollow body(like an acoustic) ability to resonate, the speaker in the amp is playing a kind of tug of ware(in sound waves) with your' guitar. Try playing 3-5 ft away and at 90 degrees to the right or left. Most people love playing with this amazing...
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?
Using a bow on string instruments is called arco.
Violins, violas, cellos, (contra/double) basses, and harps arefound in orchestras.
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...
Many brides make their way to the altar to the traditional "Bridal Chorus" from Wagner's Lohengrin and exit to Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" from A Midsummer Night's Dream . Some brides do walk down the aisle to Pachebel's "Canon in D."