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10 facts about guitars?

i need 10 facts about guitars

Here's one that kind of interesting:

The fret with two dots on it is right in the exact middle of the strings.

1. easy to play
2. classic guitar is fantastic
3. electric guitar is amazing
4. lot of people use it
5. lot of guitarist is famous
6. male and female can play guitar
7. cheap
8. kid can play it
9. easy to find
10. It's hard to not love guitar

Gets you paid, Gets you laid, increases your creativity, helps develop brain 10 times faster, it's a fun hobby, not at all harmless to your fingers, no difficulty in learning. etc. etc.

google it or wikipedia

Sorry. I only came up with 5 points.
1. Most steel string acoustic guitars have a truss rod that can be adjusted to adjust the
string height. I did not know this when starting out.
2. The acoustic guitar's sound is largely affected by the woods it is made up of. Especially
the top wood.
3. It is said that learning to play a musical instrument can increase your IQ by around 2%.
4. Yamaha acoustic guitars are cheaper not because of low quality but because of
cheaper cost of wood and labor in China.
5. You can actually play the guitar like a violin. More like a cello. Check it out on youtube.

here is a list of facts about guitars hope you find what you need

Interesting Facts about the Guitar:
The ancestors of the modern guitar can be traced back to the stringed instruments played across Central Asia and India, in ancient times.
The oldest iconographic representation of the guitar is a 3,000 year old carving of a Hittite or ancient Anatolian bard playing the instrument.
The modern guitar is believed to have descended from the cithara brought to Hispania by the Romans, in 40 AD.
The various references to the guitar in ancient times included guitarra, gitarre, guitare, qitara, cithara, kithara and sihtar.
Traditionally, guitars were constructed with combinations of various woods. The strings were made of animal gut.
The musical instrument has a mention in records maintained by the Moors, Viking incursions and in traditional Norse carvings.
Dimension standards of the modern guitar were established by Antonio Torres Jurado, between 1817 and 1892.
Interesting Guitar Design Facts:
The various brands of guitars comprise PRS, Dean, Gretsch, Gibson, Ibanez, Jackson, Schecter, Fender and Martin.
Classical guitars are typically strung with nylon strings. They have a wide, flat neck for least string interference with scales and arpeggios.
The Yepes 10-string guitar flaunts four resonators that work in unison with all 12 chromatic notes, to enhance and balance sonority.
Archtop guitars are carved in a curve rather than the traditional flat shape. They are equipped with magnetic pickups and flat-wound strings.
Electric guitars are fitted with electromagnetic pickups to convert string vibrations into electrical signals. These are then fed into an amplifier and modified via vacuum tubes.
Guitars can be constructed for left and right-handed players. The features are modified accordingly, to enhance the dynamics and tonal expressions.
Renaissance and Baroque guitars are usually used as rhythm instruments.
Guitars are designed, constructed and repaired by luthiers.
An acoustic guitar emits sound via a soundboard, typically a wooden mount on the front of the design. The subcategories of acoustic guitars include classical and flamenco versions.
Flat-top or steel-string guitars have reinforced necks, that are narrower and a own strong structural design. They are an integral part of Folk, Jazz, Country, Bluegrass, Blues and Pop music.
Guitar Essentials: An Overview
The basic guitar design typically comprises:
Headstock, at the end of the guitar neck.
Neck, comprising frets, tuners, fretboard, headstock and truss rod.
Nut, a small strip of any hard material at the headstock-fretboard juncture.
Fretboard or fingerboard.
Frets, metal strips embedded on the fretboard.
Truss rod, a metal rod along the inside of the neck.
Strings made from metal or polymer materials.
Inlays, visual elements along the exterior surface.
Guitar accessories comprise:
Capotasto, to open up string pitch.
Slides, to generate the glissando effect.
Plectrum, to 'pick' the strings