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Vijayaadithya 19 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Do all the strings produce same kind of sound?

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Murli replied | 19 Mar

No ,,,every string sound difrent

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Bhupender replied | 06 Apr

no

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Akshatha 18 Mar in  Guitar Classes

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Prakash replied | 06 May

A stringed musical instrument, with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum.

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Angel replied | 14 May

a stringed musical instrument, with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum.

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Thejas 18 Mar in  Guitar Classes

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Rajeev replied | 14 Apr

There are many types of electric guitars available today, but most are based on just a few basic styles that have been around for many years.
In the broadest sense, the two main types of electric guitar are solid-bodied guitars and semi-acoustic guitars
solid body electric guitars don t have any kind of resonating chamber. Their bodies are made of solid wood.
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There are many types of electric guitars available today, but most are based on just a few basic styles that have been around for many years.
In the broadest sense, the two main types of electric guitar are solid-bodied guitars and semi-acoustic guitars
solid body electric guitars don’t have any kind of resonating chamber. Their bodies are made of solid wood.
Semi-acoustic guitars (often shortened to just ‘semis’) have hollow bodies. This gives them a warmer, more dynamically responsive sound than solid-bodied instruments. «less

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Rishi replied | 19 Apr

basically 3, Fretted, fretless and Basses(which can be either of the two as well)

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Arun 18 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Do I need to learn the basics of Guitar first?

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Rohit replied | 19 Mar

Yes, basics are must for Guitar learning. Basics skill makes guitar learning quick at intermediate level.

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Sanchit replied | 25 Jun

Yes u have to learn the basic part first then move to the next level

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Anitha 18 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What are the difference between acoustic and electric Guitar?

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Bhupender replied | 04 Apr

The basic differences b/w Acoustic & Electric guitar is:
1. Acoustic guitars are hollow body so do not require any additional equipment while electric guitars need power and amps to produce any music.
2. The style of music played on electric and acoustic guitars is very different acoustic guitars are associated with mellow music like folk and country, while electric...  more»
The basic differences b/w Acoustic & Electric guitar is:
1. Acoustic guitars are hollow body so do not require any additional equipment while electric guitars need power and amps to produce any music.
2. The style of music played on electric and acoustic guitars is very different — acoustic guitars are associated with “mellow” music like folk and country, while electric guitars are used for metal and rock music. «less

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Princy replied | 17 Oct

Both are diff in class of sound...manufacturing.... style of playing....and of course ..electric guitar needs to plug in with its amp to play and audible but for Acoustic thr is no such issue.

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Raj 18 Mar in  Guitar Classes

How a Guitar is assembled?

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Rishi replied | 10 Apr

Best way would be to have a single piece of wood carved and cut. Otherwise, the body is made which then gets a neck and a bridge added.

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Balakrishnasingh 17 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What Guitar strings should I use?

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Bangalore Guitar Academy replied | 02 Apr

Guitar Strings come with various gauges. Selection of strings is based on various factors like tone, ease of play, feel etc. Best thing to do is try different strings gauges and find the one that suits you the best. The Light and extra light gauge strings may be ideal. D'Addario strings are one among the best brands world over.. Cheers !!

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Arnab replied | 25 Apr

D'addario,dean markley.

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Sandhya 17 Mar in  Guitar Classes

I'm left-handed. Will it affect my Guitar learning process?

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Murli replied | 17 Mar

No problem, u r bignner so start now rite side because all guitar player writehander,,,,,,,

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Murli replied | 17 Mar

No problem, u r bignner so start now rite side because more guitar player writehander,,,,,,,

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Praneeth 17 Mar in  Guitar Classes

We don't learn much about rhythm in the first few stages of Guitar. Why?

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Rishi replied | 13 Apr

rhythm concepts need the human brain to be more ready and more in sync, which is done by some of the basic neck exercises

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Sriram replied | 20 Apr

Because rhythm Is little difficult to Be concentrated on when your basic playing is Not fluent.

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Jhansi 17 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What is an archtop Guitar?

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Rajesh replied | 09 Jun

An archtop guitar is a steel-stringed acoustic or semi-acoustic guitar with a full body and a distinctive arched top, whose sound is particularly popular with jazz players.

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Arnab replied | 10 Jun

It is basically an acoustic or semi-acoustic guitar.The design actually based on an arched shape. It is usually used for kind of jazz music and blues.

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Advm 16 Mar in  Guitar Classes

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Abhinav replied | 07 Jul

It's depend on how much you are dedicated

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Bikash Kanti Nath replied | 16 Jul

Nothing s easy in this world... Guitar also needs dedication .....

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Rohit replied | 19 Mar

No, you should not stop practicing guitar. Practice guitar at least 45 min daily. Just give break for resting fingers. The regular practice will make hard skill at edge of finger and you will be fine to play guitar without having pain in long run.

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Abhinav replied | 07 Jul

Deep grooves in fingers are the symbol of a guitarist. Keep practicing

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Bimal 16 Mar in  Guitar Classes

How many strings are there in a Guitar?

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Princy replied | 18 Mar

a standard guitar comes with six strings and if u r playing BASS guitar it can be either 4 or 5 strings.
If we talked about maximum how many it can be...so max it can b of 18 strings. :)

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Rohit replied | 19 Mar

6 string guitar are most common and widely use for guitar playing. Same way 4 sting bass guitar are common with bass player. Very few bass player prefer 5 or 6 string bass too.
Very rarely 7, 8 , 9, 18 and 24 string Harp and customized guitar also used by some pro.

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A.mohamed 15 Mar in  Guitar Classes

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Bhupender replied | 08 Jun

yes

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Amuthan replied | 02 Jul

You need a guitar to practice for sure. Doesn't matter if you own it or somebody else owns it

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Sumit 16 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Is Guitar an old musical instrument?

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

yes

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Milan Umaraliya replied | 27 Jun

yes

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I T Roxaana 15 Mar in  Guitar Classes

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Samuel replied | 29 Mar

Playing guitar is like having food . must do it everyday . other reason is fingers need constant exercise otherwise they pain if you skip days of practice. Don't forget warm especially if you are speed player

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Arnab replied | 23 Apr

You have to practise like Swallowing the lesson and in case for your hand movement,making you ear good,and with also metronome to catch up the correct bit.

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Parini 15 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Guitar is developed in which country?

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Ajay replied | 15 Mar

The history of the modern guitar can be traced back 4000 years ago to the Greek 'Kithara'. So yes, the answer is Greece.

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

spain

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Pavan 15 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Do one need to start his basics with acoustic Guitar?

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Ajay replied | 15 Mar

Yes, absolutely!

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Bhupender replied | 16 Mar

Basics should be started with acoustic guitar due to following factors:
1. Easy to operate and handle
2. Affordable as compared to electronic guitar
3. No need of amplifier (as in case of electronic guitar)

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Neha 14 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What are the benefits of using acoustic Guitar?

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Subhankar replied | 22 May

It has a different fillings. And you can play it anywhere. It doesn't need separate amplifier support.

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Bhupender replied | 24 May

-Light weight as compared to electric guitar
-Lesser cost
-portable and requires no amplification

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Pradeep 14 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What are the different Guitar playing styles?

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

Rock, Blues, Jazz or Metal etc

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Rockerz replied | 03 Jun

The type of guitar used by lead guitarists depends on the type of music being played. For styles such as Rock, Blues, Jazz or Metal, the lead guitarist usually plays an electric guitar. For other styles such as Celtic, Folk or Bluegrass, steel string acoustic guitars work best.

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Naveen 14 Mar in  Guitar Classes

What is the difference between rock and jazz Guitar?

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

scale/ and different time signature

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Pranjal replied | 14 Jun

The main difference b/w rock n jazz is that there are more notes in jazz which makes it much more complicated than any other music genre. Also, an accomplished jazz player can move in and out of rock whereas a rock player finds it more difficult to do so in jazz. There are always exceptions.

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Madhuri 14 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Which wood is used to make Guitar?

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

rosewood/mapale

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Bhupender replied | 08 Jun

Typical woods used for the body and neck of a guitar today are Mahogany, Ash, Maple, Basswood, Agathis, Alder, Poplar, Walnut, Spruce, and holly.

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Narasimha 14 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Is electronic Guitar much costlier than acoustic Guitar?

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Angel replied | 16 Mar

it depends on the brand!

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Prakash replied | 03 Jun

Yes

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Chandra 13 Mar in  Guitar Classes

Is Guitar a string instrument?

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Bhupender replied | 17 May

yes

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Sarita replied | 04 Jun

yes

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Dileep 13 Mar in  Guitar Classes

How often do I need to practice Guitar?

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Lakshmi replied | 13 Mar

If you play for fifteen minutes a week, expect it to take at least a year to get the very basics under your fingers. However, if you practise for fifteen minutes a day, you will notice that things are getting easier after just one week. There is such a thing as natural aptitude' so some people naturally learn things faster than others but perseverance will always prevail. Lots...  more»
If you play for fifteen minutes a week, expect it to take at least a year to get the very basics under your fingers. However, if you practise for fifteen minutes a day, you will notice that things are getting easier after just one week. There is such a thing as ‘natural aptitude' — so some people naturally learn things faster than others — but perseverance will always prevail. Lots of people who learn slowly at first learn better and faster in the long run (usually because those people are taking the time to figure out what they are doing). «less

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Princy replied | 18 Mar

atleast two hours per day. Although for practice their is no limit...depends on ur availability to the instrument. As much u will practice...more u will b able to play clean.

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