Wood Acoustic Guitar (Digital Image)
A shiny, wood acoustic guitar stands in front of a black background, ready for someone to pick it up, run their fingers over the frets, and bring music to life.
Acoustic Guitar Music
The acoustic guitar that we use today was first in Spain during the 1850s. Learn about some styles of music that are meant to be played on acoustic guitars.
Acoustic guitars are one of the most popular stringed instruments. AcousticGuitars.us provides information about acoustic guitars, what they are, and how they are played.
An acoustic guitar is a stringed instrument with a long neck, a round sound hole, and six strings that are plucked by the fingers or picked by a triangular, soft plastic pick.
Musician Playing an Acoustic Guitar (Digital Video)
Some guitar players often like to come home from work and relax by playing their guitars.
An electric guitar is a popular instrument similar to an acoustic guitar. Unlike an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar plugs into an amplifier and can feature single-coil pickups or dual-coil pickups.
Bass guitars have larger bodies and longer necks than traditional acoustic and electric guitars. A standard base guitar has four strings and a lower sound than traditional guitars.
Performing Arts Guide
This performing arts guide features information on music, plays, ballets, and operas as well as links to acoustic and electric guitars and keyboards.
Guitar Amp Manufacturers
This web page includes a list of selected guitar amplifier manufacturers. Browse their websites to find amps for acoustic, electric, and bass guitars.
www.guitaramplifiers.us/manufacturers.htm Acoustic Directory Page(s)
Acoustic Guitars Page on AbiLogic.com
Visit this acoustic guitars category page on abilogic.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
Acoustic Guitar Page on Jumblex.org
Visit this acoustic guitar category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
Acoustic Page on LinkDir4u.com
Visit this acoustic category page on linkdir4u.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
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