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Finally, circathe form and structure of the modern guitar is credited to Spanish guitar maker Antonio Torres Juradowho increased the size of the guitar body, altered its proportions, and invented the breakthrough fan-braced pattern.
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Guitars can be divided into two broad categories, acoustic and electric guitars. Within each of these categories, there are also further sub-categories. For example, an electric guitar can be purchased in a six-string model the most common model or in seven- or twelve-string models.
Acoustic guitars form several notable subcategories within the acoustic guitar group: classical and flamenco guitars ; steel-string guitars, which include the flat-topped, or "folk", guitar; twelve-string guitars ; and the arched-top guitar. The acoustic guitar group also includes unamplified guitars designed to play in different registers, such as the acoustic bass guitar, which has a similar tuning to that of the electric bass guitar.
Renaissance and Baroque guitars are the ancestors of the modern classical and flamenco guitar. They are substantially smaller, more delicate in construction, and generate less volume.
The strings are paired in courses as in a modern string guitarbut they only have four or five courses of strings rather than six single strings normally used now. They were more often used as rhythm instruments in ensembles than as solo instruments, and can often be seen in that role in early music performances.
Classical guitars, also known as "Spanish" guitars,  are typically strung with nylon strings, plucked with the fingers, played in Over The Electric Grapevine - Primus - Tales From The Punchbowl (CD, Album) seated position and are used to play a diversity of musical styles including classical music.
The classical guitar's wide, flat neck allows the musician to play scales, arpeggios, and certain chord forms more easily and with less adjacent string interference than on other styles of guitar.
Flamenco guitars are very similar in construction, but they are associated with Warariansa - Afro-Cuban All Stars - Distinto, Diferente (CD, Album) more percussive tone.
In Portugal, the same instrument is often used with steel strings particularly in its role within fado music. In Colombia, the traditional quartet includes a range of instruments too, from the small bandola sometimes known as the Deleuze-Guattari, for use when traveling or in confined rooms or spacesto the slightly larger tipleto the full-sized classical guitar.
The requinto also appears in E. Jones (3) - Tracksmith For Hire: The Instrumental Mixtape (CD, Album) Latin-American countries as a complementary member of the guitar family, with its smaller size and scale, permitting more projection for the playing of single-lined melodies.
Modern dimensions of the classical instrument were established by the Spaniard Antonio de Torres Jurado — Flat-top or steel-string guitars are similar to the classical guitarhowever, within the varied sizes of the steel-stringed guitar the body size is usually significantly larger than a classical guitar, and has a narrower, reinforced neck and stronger structural design.
The robust X-bracing typical of the steel-string was developed in the s by German-American luthiers, of whom Christian Friedrich "C. Originally used on gut-strung instruments, the strength of the system allowed the guitar to withstand the additional tension of steel strings when this fortunate combination arose in the early 20th century. The steel strings produce a brighter tone, and according to many players, a louder sound.
The acoustic guitar is used in many kinds of music including folk, country, bluegrass, pop, jazz, and blues. Many variations are possible from the roughly classical-sized OO and Parlour to the large Dreadnought the most commonly available type and Jumbo. Archtop guitars are steel-string instruments in which the top and often the back of the instrument are carved, from a solid billet, into a curved, rather than a flat, shape.
This violin-like construction is usually credited to the American Orville Gibson. Co introduced the violin-inspired "F"-shaped hole design now usually associated with archtop guitars, after Starfields a style of mandolin of the same type.
The typical archtop guitar has a large, deep, hollow body whose form is much like that of a mandolin or a violin-family instrument. Nowadays, most archtops are equipped with magnetic pickups, and they are therefore both acoustic and electric. F-hole archtop guitars were immediately adopted, upon their release, by both jazz and country musicians, and have remained particularly popular in jazz music, usually with flatwound strings.
All three principal types of resonator guitars were invented by the Slovak-American John La Vie En Rose - Moow - I Cant Tell You How Much It Hurts (Vinyl, LP) — for the National and Dobro Do pyera Bro thers companies.
Similar to the flat top guitar in appearance, but with a body that may be made of brass, nickel-silver, or steel as well as wood, the sound of the resonator guitar is produced by one or more aluminum resonator cones mounted in the middle of the top. The physical principle of the guitar is therefore similar to the loudspeaker. The original purpose of the resonator was to produce a very loud sound; this purpose has been largely superseded by electrical amplificationbut the resonator guitar is still played because of its distinctive tone.
Resonator guitars may have either one or three resonator cones. The method of transmitting sound resonance to the cone is either a "biscuit" bridge, made of a small piece of hardwood at the vertex of the cone Nationalsor a "spider" bridge, made of metal and mounted around the rim of the inverted cone Dobros. Three-cone resonators always use a specialized metal bridge. The type of resonator guitar with a neck with a square cross-section—called "square neck" or "Hawaiian"—is usually played face up, on the lap of the seated player, and often with a metal or glass slide.
The round neck resonator guitars are normally played in the same fashion as other guitars, although slides are also often used, especially in blues. The twelve-string guitar usually has steel strings, and it is widely used in folk musicbluesand rock and roll. Rather than having only Sip Away - Robi Del Mar - Alone In The Belly (CD, Album) strings, the string guitar has six courses made up of two strings each, like a mandolin or lute.
The highest two courses are tuned in unison, while the others are tuned in octaves. The string guitar is also made in electric forms.
The chime-like sound of the string electric guitar was the basis of jangle pop. The acoustic bass guitar is a bass instrument with a hollow wooden body similar to, though usually somewhat larger than, that of a 6-string acoustic guitar.
Like the traditional electric bass guitar and the double bassthe acoustic bass guitar commonly has four strings, which are normally tuned E-A-D-G, an octave below the lowest four strings of the 6-string guitar, which is the same tuning pitch as an electric bass guitar. It can, more rarely, be found with 5 or 6 strings, which provides a wider range of notes to be played with less movement up and down the neck.
Electric guitars can have solid, semi-hollow, or hollow bodies; solid bodies produce little sound without amplification. Electromagnetic pickupsand sometimes piezoelectric pickups, convert the vibration of the steel strings into signalswhich are fed to an amplifier through a patch cable or radio transmitter. The sound is frequently modified by other electronic devices effects units or the natural distortion of valves vacuum tubes or the pre-amp in the amplifier.
There are two main types of magnetic pickups, single - and double-coil or humbuckereach of which can be passive or active.
The first successful magnetic pickup for a guitar was invented by George Beauchampand incorporated into the Ro-Pat-In later You Cant Do That "Frying Pan" lap steel; other manufacturers, notably Gibsonsoon began to install pickups in archtop models.
The lower fretboard action the height of the strings from the fingerboardlighter thinner strings, and its electrical amplification lend the electric guitar to techniques less frequently used on acoustic guitars. These include tappingextensive use of legato through pull-offs and hammer-ons also known as slurspinch harmonicsvolume swellsand use of a tremolo arm or effects pedals.
Some electric guitar models feature piezoelectric pickups, which function as transducers to provide a sound closer to that of an acoustic guitar with the flip of a switch or knob, rather than switching guitars. Those that combine piezoelectric pickups and magnetic pickups are sometimes known as hybrid guitars.
Hybrids of acoustic and electric guitars are also common. There are also more exotic varieties, such as guitars with twothree,  or rarely four necks, all manner of alternate string arrangements, fretless fingerboards used almost exclusively on bass guitars, meant to emulate the sound of a stand-up bass5. Solid body seven-string guitars were popularized in the s and s.
Other artists go a step further, by using an eight-string guitar with two extra low strings. Although the most common seven-string has a low B string, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds and Rickenbacker uses an octave G string paired with the regular G string as on a string guitar, allowing him to incorporate chiming string elements in standard six-string playing.
In Uli Jon Roth developed the "Sky Guitar", with a vastly extended number of frets, which was the first guitar to venture into the upper registers of the violin. Roth's seven-string and "Mighty Wing" guitar features a wider octave range. The bass guitar also called an "electric bass", or simply a "bass" is similar in appearance and construction to an electric guitar, but with a longer neck and scale lengthand four to six strings. The four-string bass, by far the most common, is usually tuned the same as the double basswhich corresponds to pitches one octave lower than the four lowest pitched strings of a guitar E, A, D, and G.
The bass guitar is a transposing instrumentas it is notated in bass clef an octave higher than it sounds as is the double bass to avoid excessive ledger lines being required below the staff. Like the electric guitar, the bass guitar has pickups and it is plugged into an amplifier and speaker for live performances. Modern guitars can be constructed to suit both left- and right-handed players.
Normally, the dominant hand in most people, the right hand is used to pluck or strum the strings. This is similar to the convention of the violin family of instruments where the right hand controls the bow. Left-handed players sometimes choose an opposite-handed mirror instrument, although some play in a standard-handed manner, others play a standard-handed guitar reversed, and still others for example Jimi Hendrix played a standard-handed guitar strung in reverse.
This last configuration differs from a true opposite handed guitar in that the saddle is normally angled in such a way that the bass strings are slightly longer than the treble strings to improve intonation. Reversing the strings, therefore, reverses the relative orientation of the saddle, adversely affecting intonation, although in Hendrix's case, this is believed to have been an important element in his unique sound.
The headstock is located at the end of the guitar neck farthest from the body. It is fitted with machine heads that adjust the tension of the strings, which in turn affects the pitch. In this layout, the headstocks are commonly symmetrical. Ernie Ball Music Man. Some guitars such as Steinbergers do not have headstocks at all, in which case the tuning machines are located elsewhere, either on the body or the Star Girl - McFly - Anthology Tour (Box Set, Album, Album). The nut is a small strip of boneplasticbrasscoriangraphitestainless steelor other medium-hard material, at the joint where the headstock meets the fretboard.
Its grooves guide the strings onto the fretboard, giving consistent lateral string placement. It is one of the endpoints of the strings' vibrating length.
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In this case the nut is used only for lateral alignment of the strings, the string height and length being dictated by the zero fret. A guitar's fretsfretboardtunersheadstockand truss rodall attached to a long wooden extension, collectively constitute its neck. The wood used to make the fretboard usually differs from the wood in the rest of the neck. The bending stress on the neck is considerable, particularly when heavier gauge strings are used see Tuningand the ability of the neck to resist bending see Truss rod is important to the guitar's ability to hold a constant pitch during tuning or when strings are fretted.
The rigidity of the neck with respect to the body of the guitar is one determinant of a good instrument versus Wildsau-Party - Die 3 Besoffskis - Die 3 Besoffskis (CD, Album) poor-quality one.
The shape of the neck from a cross-sectional perspective can also vary, from a gentle "C" curve to a more pronounced "V" curve.
There are many different This Old Guitar of neck profiles available, giving the guitarist many options. Some aspects to consider in a guitar neck may be the overall width of the fretboard, scale distance between the fretsthe neck wood, the type of neck construction for example, the neck may be glued in or bolted onand the shape profile of the back of the neck. Other types of material used to make guitar necks are graphite Steinberger guitarsaluminum Kramer GuitarsTravis Bean and Veleno guitarsor carbon fiber Modulus Guitars and ThreeGuitars.
Double neck electric guitars have two necks, allowing the musician to quickly switch between guitar sounds. The neck joint or heel is the point at which the neck is either bolted or glued to the body of the guitar. Almost all acoustic steel-string guitars, with the primary exception of Taylors, have glued otherwise known as set necks, while electric guitars are constructed using both types.
Most classical guitars have a neck and headblock carved from one piece of wood, known as a "Spanish heel. Martin on the D and similar models and Spanish heel neck joints, which are named after the shoe they resemble and commonly found in classical guitars. All three types offer stability. Bolt-on necks, though they are historically associated with cheaper instruments, do offer greater flexibility in the guitar's set-up, and allow easier access for neck joint maintenance and repairs.
Another type of neck, only available for solid body electric guitars, is the neck-through-body construction. These are designed so that everything from the machine heads down to the bridge are located on the same piece of wood. The sides also known as wings of the guitar are then glued to this central piece.
Some luthiers prefer this method of construction as they claim it allows better sustain of each note. Some instruments may not have a neck joint at all, having the neck and sides built as one piece and the body built around it.
The fingerboardalso called the fretboard, is a piece of wood embedded with metal frets that comprises the top of the neck. It is flat on classical guitars and slightly curved crosswise on acoustic and electric guitars. The curvature of the fretboard is measured by the fretboard radius, which is the radius of a hypothetical circle of which the fretboard's surface constitutes a segment.
The smaller the fretboard radius, the more noticeably curved the fretboard is. Most modern guitars feature a 12" neck radius, while older guitars from the s and s usually feature a " neck radius. Pinching a string against a fret on fretboard effectively shortens the vibrating length of the string, producing a higher pitch. Fretboards are most commonly made of rosewoodebonymapleand sometimes manufactured using composite materials such as HPL or resin.
See the section "Neck" below for the importance of the length of the fretboard in connection to other dimensions of the guitar. The fingerboard plays an essential role in the treble tone for acoustic guitars. The quality of vibration of the fingerboard is the principal characteristic for generating the best treble tone.
For that reason, ebony wood is better, but because of high use, ebony has This Old Guitar rare and extremely expensive. Most guitar manufacturers have adopted rosewood instead of ebony. Almost all guitars have frets, which are metal strips usually nickel alloy or stainless steel embedded along the fretboard and located at exact points that divide the scale length in accordance with a specific mathematical formula. The exceptions include fretless bass guitars and very rare fretless guitars.
Pressing a string against a fret determines the strings' vibrating length and therefore its resultant pitch. The pitch of each consecutive fret is defined at a half-step interval on the chromatic scale. Standard classical guitars have 19 frets and electric guitars between 21 and 24 frets, although guitars have been made with as many as 27 frets.
Frets are laid out to accomplish an equal tempered division of the octave. Each set of twelve frets represents an octave.
The twelfth fret divides the scale length exactly into two halves, and the 24th fret position divides one of those halves in half again. In practice, luthiers determine fret positions using the constant Among these are "jumbo" frets, which have much thicker gauge, allowing for use of a slight vibrato technique from pushing the string down harder and softer.
Fine frets, much flatter, allow a very low string-actionbut require that other conditions, such as curvature of the neck, be well-maintained to prevent buzz. The truss rod is a thin, strong metal rod that runs along the inside of the neck. It is used to correct changes to the neck's curvature caused by aging of the neck timbers, changes in humidity, or to compensate for changes in the tension of strings.
The tension of the rod and neck assembly is adjusted by a hex nut or an allen-key bolt on the Dont Let Me Down - Modern Talking - Alone - The 8th Album (CD, Album), usually located either at the headstock, sometimes under a cover, or just inside the body of the guitar underneath the fretboard and accessible through the sound hole.
Some truss rods can only be accessed by removing the neck. The truss rod counteracts the immense amount of tension the strings place on the neck, bringing the neck back to a straighter position.
Turning the truss rod clockwise tightens it, counteracting the tension of the strings and straightening the neck or creating a backward bow. Turning the truss rod counter-clockwise loosens it, allowing string tension to act on the neck and creating a forward bow. Adjusting the truss rod affects the intonation of a guitar as well as the height of the strings from the fingerboard, called the action.
Some truss rod systems, called double action truss systems, tighten both ways, pushing the neck both forward and backward standard truss rods can only release to a point beyond which the neck is no longer compressed and pulled backward. The artist and luthier Irving Sloane pointed out, in his book Steel-String Guitar Construction, that truss rods are intended primarily to remedy concave bowing of the neck, but cannot correct a neck with "back bow" or one that has become twisted.
However, their necks are often reinforced with a strip of harder wood, such as an ebony strip that runs down the back of a cedar neck. There is no tension adjustment on this form of reinforcement. Inlays are visual elements set into the exterior surface of a guitar, both for decoration and artistic purposes and, in the case of the markings on the 3rd, 5th, 7th and 12th fret and in higher octavesto provide guidance to the performer about the location of frets on the instrument.
The typical locations for inlay are on the fretboard, headstock, and on acoustic guitars around the soundhole, known as the rosette. Inlays range from simple plastic dots on the fretboard to intricate works of art covering the entire exterior surface of a guitar front and back. Some guitar players have used LEDs in the fretboard to produce unique lighting effects onstage.
Fretboard inlays are most commonly shaped like dots, diamond shapes, parallelograms, or large blocks in between the frets. Dots are usually inlaid into the upper edge of the fretboard in the same positions, small enough to be visible only to the player. These usually appear on the odd numbered frets, but also on the 12th fret the This Old Guitar octave mark instead of the 11th and 13th frets. Some older or high-end instruments have inlays made of mother of pearl, abalone, ivory, colored wood or other exotic materials and designs.
Simpler inlays are often made of plastic or painted. High-end classical guitars seldom have fretboard inlays as a well-trained player is expected to know his or her way around the instrument. In addition to fretboard inlay, the headstock and soundhole surround are also frequently inlaid. The manufacturer's logo or a small design is often inlaid into the headstock. Rosette designs vary from simple concentric circles to delicate fretwork mimicking the historic rosette of lutes.
Bindings that edge the finger and sound boards are sometimes inlaid. Some instruments have a filler strip running down the length and behind the neck, used for strength or to fill the cavity through which the truss rod was installed in the neck. In acoustic guitars, string vibration is transmitted through the bridge and saddle to the body via sound board.
The sound board is typically made of tone woods such as spruce or cedar. Timbers for tone woods are chosen for both strength and ability to transfer mechanical energy from the strings to the air within the guitar body. Sound is further shaped by the characteristics of the guitar body's resonant cavity. In expensive instruments, the entire body is made of wood. In inexpensive instruments, the back may be made of plastic. Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Sunday 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March Sunday 22 March Monday 23 March Tuesday 24 March Wednesday 25 March Thursday 26 March Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Sunday 29 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Thursday 16 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday Everyones Wrong - Virginia Sisters - Last Pathetic Fool (CD, Album) April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Learn why people trust wikiHow.
Explore this Article Cleaning and Inspecting the Guitar. Dating the Guitar. Valuing the Guitar. Related Articles. Article Summary. Part 1 of Wipe down the guitar's surface. Carefully wipe the finish of the guitar with a soft, damp cloth.
You can use a special microfiber guitar cloth, available wherever guitars are sold, but an old cotton T-shirt works just fine. Try to figure out whether you're Bass Dominators / RGZ* - Rock Johns Mom / I Remember (Vinyl) with something oil-based or water-based, as that could determine how you can best get it off. Use water-based cleansers for water-soluble dirt and grime.
A few drops of dish detergent diluted in water may work. Dampen your cloth, and try not to get too much moisture on the guitar itself. Use cleansing oils and polishes to remove oil-based dirt. Don't scrub the guitar, as you could damage the finish.
This is especially important with older guitars. If you notice the finish starting to flake off, take the guitar to a luthier someone who builds and fixes guitars to get it cleaned, rather than trying to do it yourself. Look for scratches or cracks.
Once you've cleaned the surface of the body of the guitar, examine the finish for scratches. Depending on the age of the guitar and how it was used, there also may be wear or cracks in the body. If the guitar's body is cracked, or the finish is scratched or worn down, you may want to avoid using polishes to clean the surface any further. Take the guitar to a guitar repair shop and talk to a luthier — a professional who builds, restores, and repairs guitars.
They will be able to help you choose the best method to clean the guitar. Use a polish for particularly dirty guitars. A non-abrasive cream or paste polish works well if a guitar has built-up grime of unknown origin, or if light cleaners don't seem to have any effect. These polishes also may even out small scratches in the guitar's finish.
The polish may build up in the cracks and be difficult if not impossible to remove. Clean the fingerboard and frets. Loosen or remove the strings you'll probably want to replace them anyway so you can clean the fingerboard and frets.
If you use an oil or polish on the fingerboard, spray it on the cloth first — not directly on your guitar. Take care not to scrub too hard — you might scratch or damage the fingerboard.
Polish the hardware. Both acoustic and electric guitars have metal parts that may be tarnished or dirty on an old guitar, This Old Guitar. Clean and polish these parts carefully, taking note of any parts that are missing or broken. Generally, the guitar must be in playable condition, but before you start replacing hardware, you should have a better understanding of the age and value of the guitar. Replace the guitar's strings.
A vintage guitar likely has old strings on it, if all the strings are even still there. Tremulous - Anthony Phillips - Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion (Vinyl, LP, Album) it a new set of quality strings so you can properly evaluate the sound of the instrument.
A friend who plays guitar may be willing to help you out for free. Tune the guitar. Once you've replaced the guitar strings, tune them so the guitar can be played properly. Stretch the strings by pulling the string from the end of the neck, then tune it. You can remedy this by stretching the strings several times. After tuning the guitar, stretch the strings again.
You will then have to retune it. If you repeat this four to six times, you shouldn't have a problem with the guitar staying in tune. Part 2 of Find the name of the maker on the headstock.
The name of the guitar company that made the guitar should be painted or imprinted on the headstock. It may be hard to make out if the guitar's finish is faded, or if the headstock is damaged. If you only have part of a name, you may want to compare the This Old Guitar to pictures of others to see if you can figure out the complete name. The maker's name also may appear elsewhere on the instrument, such as inside the sound hole or on the back of the instrument.
Once you know the name of the maker, you can check that guitar company's website to find out how long they've been making guitars.
This can give you a very vague idea of how old the guitar is. You may be able to compare the guitar you have to images online of guitars made in certain years by the same maker. This can give you a narrower range of years.
Look for a serial number.
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