A guitar amplifier and mahogany electric guitar are displayed on a white background. Whether you are a professional musician or just enjoy playing guitar for fun, a guitar amp will enhance the sound of your electric guitar.
This close-up photograph of a vintage bass guitar shows its retro style guitar body, with four guitar strings and guitar pickup as well as the pearloid pickguard, the volume control, and a small part of the guitar neck.
A vertical, full-body shot of an electric guitar is highlighted by a dramatic black background. The multi-colored, heavily grained wood makes this guitar as much a piece of art as a musical instrument.
A six-string red electric guitar is photographed leaning casually against blue-jeaned legs, atop a bright yellow background. The man who picks up this electric guitar will bring it to life with music.
A guitar amplifier, or amp, is a vital accessory to the electric guitar. It connects to the guitar via an audio cable and has volume, bass, and treble controls to adjust the sound.
Visit this guitar instruction directory page to find guitar instructors throughout the USA. The picture on this page shows a guitar instructor and his guitar-playing student.
The acoustic guitar is a popular stringed instrument that has been used for centuries to play different types of music. Learn all about the history of the acoustic guitar.
Bass guitars look similar to electric guitars but have a longer neck and provide a deeper sound. They also have four, five, or six strings, with the most common configuration being four strings as shown in this rendering of a red bass guitar.
Whether you want to tech for a touring band, open a repair shop, or simply maintain your own instruments, there are important things to consider before stepping into the world of 6-string repair.
Premier Guitar. Tue, 14 May 2019 14:00:00 -0400.
Scientists, local communities and a guitar manufacturer have united to plant future generations of ebony trees in the Congo Basin of West Africa.
By Natalie Parletta, Contributor. Forbes. Thu, 9 May 2019 22:12:00 -0400.