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  • ....jpg|thumb|right|alt=Guitar in front of a piano|This six-stringed acoustic guitar is about twenty-five years old.]] ...he strings with either the [[fingerpicking|fingers]] or a [[plectrum]], ([[guitar pick]]). The sound is produced by [[vibrating string]]s, which in turn reso
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[Guitar]]. *Batey, Rick (2003) ''The American Blues Guitar: An Illustrated History''. Milwaukee, Wis.: Hal Leonard. ISBN 0-634-02759-X
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  • ...elow the bottom (lowest notes, highest vertically) strings of a six-string guitar. ...seen the acoustic bass guitar and the (electric, solid-body) fretless bass guitar gain in popularity.
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  • ...e guitar is heard more prominently than other instruments, or in which the guitar may be played entirely [[unaccompanied]]. ...ithin an ensemble dates back at least to the [[Baroque]] [[concerto]]. The guitar was also important in [[jazz]] as well as being popular among [[blues]] mus
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  • ...ee main types; the electric guitar, the classical guitar, and the acoustic guitar.
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  • ...rs free to fret chords) or the pointer (for enhanced strength). Like slide guitar, it gives a distinctive sound to both electric and acoustic instruments, wi ...rd position, not flat on the lap as usual with slide guitar. As with slide guitar, the strings are usually of heavier gauge and higher tension than standard,
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  • #REDIRECT [[Bass guitar/Approval]]
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  • This is a list of external links on [[Guitar]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. *[http://www.cinellimusic.com/imgclick.asp?src=GuitarFamilyTree_large.jpg The Guitar Family Tree]
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  • ...on, or entire piece of music written for an electric guitar or an acoustic guitar.
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  • A particular method or technique for playing the guitar using a glass bottle or metal cylinder as a slide.
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  • {{r|Electric guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Bottleneck guitar]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|Guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • {{r|Electric guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • This is a list of external links on [[Guitar]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20. *[http://www.cinellimusic.com/imgclick.asp?src=GuitarFamilyTree_large.jpg The Guitar Family Tree]
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  • ...ee main types; the electric guitar, the classical guitar, and the acoustic guitar.
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  • {{r|Electric guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • ...]]'' approach, and extensive use of [[harmonics]]. This piece won Genfan ''Guitar Player'' magazine's best guitarist award in [[San Francisco]] for 2008.
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  • {{r|Electric guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • {{r|Guitar}} {{r|Acoustic guitar}}
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  • ...on, or entire piece of music written for an electric guitar or an acoustic guitar.
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  • ...tyled slap-tap approach to playing who won Guitar Player magazine's fourth Guitar Superstar Competition.
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  • *Manus Lunny — [[Bouzouki]], guitar *John Saich — Bass, guitar
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  • * [[Marty Balin]] - [[vocals]], [[rhythm guitar]] * [[Paul Kantner]] - [[rhythm guitar]], [[vocals]]
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  • *Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards *John B. Sebastian – guitar, bass guitar
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  • ...ominent vocal [[melody]], accompanied by [[guitar]], [[drum]]s, and [[bass guitar|bass]], usually with a strong back beat, which evolved from earlier [[rock
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  • ...]] - vocals, bass, piano, maracas, Hammond organ, electric piano, acoustic guitar *[[John Lennon]] - vocals, rhythm guitar, slide guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar and bass on 'Let It Be' and 'The Long and Winding Road'
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  • *Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards *Norman Blake – guitar, dobro
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  • *Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano *Charlie McCoy – guitar, bass guitar, harmonica, trumpet
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  • *Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ, piano *David Bromberg – electric guitar, dobro
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  • *Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, producer *Charles Brown, III – guitar
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  • *Elvis Presley – vocals, guitar *Scotty Moore – guitar
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  • {{r|Gibson Guitar Corporation}} {{r|Guitar}}
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