History Of The Acoustic Guitar

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Acoustic Guitar

Acoustic guitar usually involve the following musical instruments:

Nylon and gut stringed guitars:
Renaissance guitar
Romantic guitar
Classical guitar

Steel stringed guitars:
Twelve string guitar
Steel-string acoustic guitar
Archtop guitar
Battente guitar

Acoustic bass guitar
Russian guitar

Other instruments:
Harp guitar
Banjo guitar
Guitar lute

Guitar can be divided into two categories, acoustic and electric

An acoustic guitar is not dependant on any external device for amplification. The shape and resonance itself has the ability to create acoustic amplification. Today there are many acoustic guitars available with built-in electronics and power to enable amplification.

Acoustic electric guitars

Some steel-string acoustic guitars are fitted with pickups as an alternative to using a different microphone. These are called electric acoustic guitars and are regarded as acoustic guitar rather then electric guitars. It should not be confused with hollow body electric guitars, which are more of electric guitars fitted with hollow...

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