What is the extended metaphor in the poem your Father as a Guitar by Martin Espada?
The extended metaphor in the poem Your Father as a Guitar by Martin Espada would be the father as the guitar, as stated in the poem. An extended metaphor is a literary device that is used to compare two or more things for the entirety of a work - such as a poem, play, or novel.
Personification is when you give an inanimate object, such as an animal or guitar, human characteristics. Ex. It seemed as though the guitar played its own tune. A simile is when you compare 2 unlike things using the words "like" or "as". Ex. The moon shone LIKE a bright light. A metaphor is when you compare 2 unlike things WITHOUT using the words "like" or "as". Ex. The moon IS a bright light.
What song has a singerasking his guitar why it sounds so good and guitar answers mt father was a guitar your mother was a fiddle that is why you are a mind blower?
The exact range varies from guitar to guitar, it depends on the total number of frets available and the number of strings(yes, even some classical guitars have extended range). My classical has 18 frets over 6 strings which results in a range from E2(open top E string when tuned to standard) to B6 on the 18th fret of the high E string.