History of the Electric Guitar Electric guitars are simply made with semi-hollow, hollow and solid bodies. Using a wireless system (or an instrument cable), the guitar is plugged into-an-amplifier. Without an amplifier, electric guitars would make little sound. Most current electric guitars have six, seven or even eight strings though different type and variations of […]

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The Telecaster ✦ It was designed by Leo Fender and Clayton Orr Kauffman with designs dating back to 1850. It was initially called the “Esquire” and had a single pickup, which became the “Broadcaster with two pickups. Finally, it was remodeled and renamed the Telecaster in 1951. ✦ It is the world’s first commercial, mass-produced, […]

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It was late in the evening when Sean stretched out his hand to lock the window in order to avoid mosquitoes from streaming in. While doing so he felt a few drops of rain falling on his hand. He jumped up and drew the curtains open thrilled with the change that the rain had wrought. […]

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The electric guitar is played on the same principles as the acoustic guitar, and hence has the same tuning methodology. The most difficult way to do it is to tune it by the ear, since it requires a lot of practice and also a very well-developed musical ear. Many guitar experts who are endowed with […]

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