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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 59. Chapters: Steel guitar, Steel-string acoustic guitar, Classical guitar, Dobro, Twelve-string guitar, Resonator guitar, Seven-string guitar, Sigma Guitars, Selmer guitar, List of extended-range guitar players, Eight-string guitar, Flamenco guitar, Russian guitar, Gibson Hummingbird, History of the classical guitar, Romantic guitar, Martin D-45, Gibson Dove, Viola caipira, Baroque guitar, Airline, Epiphone Texan, Harp guitar, Chitarra battente, Gibson J-45, Gibson L-5, Gibson B series, Gibson J-160E, Dreadnought, Gibson Everly Brothers Flattop, Guitjo, Fender King, Gibson Chet Atkins SST, Parlor guitar, Gibson J-200, Fender Wildwood, Gibson Advanced Jumbo, Gibson Gospel, Ibanez AW Series, Nine-string guitar, Yamaha G-245S, Gallotone guitar, Yamaha C40, Gibson Country & Western, Gibson L-7C. Excerpt: The classical guitar - (also called the "Spanish guitar" or "nylon string guitar") - is a 6-stringed plucked string instrument from the family of instruments called chordophones. The classical guitar is well known for its comprehensive right hand technique, which allows the soloist to perform complex melodic and polyphonic material, in much the same manner as the piano. The phrase "classical guitar" is ambiguous in that it might refer at least three different concepts: The name classical guitar does not mean that only classical repertoire is performed on it, although classical music is a part of the instrument's core repertoire (due to the guitar's long history); instead all kinds of music (folk, jazz, flamenco, etc.) are performed on it. The term modern classical guitar is sometimes used to distinguish the classical guitar from older forms of guitar, which are in their broadest sense also called classical, or more descriptively: early guitars. Examples of early guitars include the 6-string early romantic guitar (ca. 1790 - 1880), a...
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