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  1. La guitarra es un instrumento musical de la familia de los cordófonos, es decir los instrumentos que producen su sonido al hacer vibrar las cuerdas.

  2. La guitarra acústica es un instrumento musical de cuerda que, a diferencia de la guitarra clásica, tiene sus cuerdas fabricadas en metal, mientras que la última tiene varias construidas de tripa o nailon. Cuenta con la misma caja de resonancia de la guitarra clásica, para la amplificación del sonido producido por la vibración de las cuerdas.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GuitarGuitar - Wikipedia

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    The modern word guitar, and its antecedents, has been applied to a wide variety of chordophones since classical times and as such causes confusion. The English word guitar, the German Gitarre, and the French guitare were all adopted from the Spanish guitarra, which comes from the Andalusian Arabic قيثارة (qīthārah) and the Latin cithara, which in t...

    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-stringmodels.

    Handedness

    Modern guitars can be constructed to suit both left- and right-handed players. Typically the dominant hand is used to pluck or strum the strings. This is similar to the violin family of instruments where the dominant hand controls the bow. Left-handed players usually play a mirror image instrument manufactured especially for left-handed players. There are other options, some unorthodox, including learn to play a right-handed guitar as if the player is right-handed or playing an unmodified rig...

    Standard

    By the 16th century, the guitar tuning of ADGBE had already been adopted in Western culture; a lower E was later added on the bottom as a sixth string. The result, known as "standard tuning", has the strings tuned from a low E, to a high E, traversing a two-octave range—EADGBE. This tuning is a series of ascending fourths (and a single major third) from low to high. The reason for ascending fourths is to accommodate four fingers on four frets up a scale before moving to the next string. This...

    Alternative

    Standard tuning has evolved to provide a good compromise between simple fingering for many chords and the ability to play common scales with reasonable left-hand movement. There are also a variety of commonly used alternative tunings, for example, the classes of open, regular, and droppedtunings. Open tuning refers to a guitar tuned so that strumming the open strings produces a chord, typically a major chord. The base chord consists of at least 3 notes and may include all the strings or a sub...

    Scordatura

    Many scordatura (alternate tunings) modify the standard tuning of the lute, especially when playing Renaissance musicrepertoire originally written for that instrument. Some scordatura drop the pitch of one or more strings, giving access to new lower notes. Some scordatura makes it easier to play in unusual keys.

    Though a guitar may be played on its own, there are a variety of common accessories used for holding and playing the guitar.

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    La guitarra eléctrica fue inventada entre las primeras dos décadas del siglo XX. Era un tipo de guitarra poco corriente y normalmente de fabricación casera cuyo diseño se asemejaba a una sartén y se solía tocar con la técnica slide. La labor de Leo Fender en 1950 empezaría la revolución de ese instrumento llegando a comercializarse a nivel mundial....

    La guitarra eléctrica está formada por las siguientes partes: 1. clavijero. 2. Ceja o cejilla. 3. Clavija. 4. Trastes. 5. Tensor del mástil o "Alma". 6. Marcadores de posición. 7. Diapasón. 8. Mástil. 9. Cuerpo. 10. Cápsulas o Pastillas. 11. Controles de volumen y tono. 12. Puente. 13. Protector o golpeador. Aparte de las mencionadas, se puede agre...

    La guitarra eléctrica es un instrumento que posee una gran cantidad de formas de ejecutar una nota y, a pesar de que su sustaines limitado como en el piano, al contrario que en este, existen numerosas formas de variar el sonido una vez ejecutado. A pesar de ser un instrumento de creación relativamente reciente (en comparación con los instrumentos c...

    Mientras que una guitarra acústica produce sonido por el efecto de la vibración que provocan las cuerdas en el cuerpo y por el aire dentro de este, el sonido de una guitarra eléctrica es una señal producida por un campo electromagnético inducido, generado por la vibración de cuerda metálicas cercanas a la pastillay unos receptores sensibles ("picku...

    Broadbent, Peter: Charlie Christian: Solo Flight – The Seminal Electric Guitarist. Ashley Mark, 1997. ISBN 1-872639-56-9
    Evans, Tom: Guitars: Music, history, construction and players from the Renaissance to Rock. Paddington Press, 1977. ISBN 0-448-22240-X
    Govenar, Alan B. & Brakefield, Jay F.: Deep Ellum and Central Track: Where the Black and White Worlds of Dallas Converged. University of North Texas Press, 1998. ISBN 1-57441-051-2
    Millard, André, (ed.): The Electric Guitar: A History of an American Icon. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. ISBN 0-8018-7862-4
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GuitarraGuitarra - Wikipedia

    Guitarra From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Guitarra may refer to: Gittern, a medieval string instrument Guitarra Portuguesa, a traditional Portuguese string instrument used in Fado music This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Guitarra.

  5. A guitarra, un instrumento musical de corda pulsada, evolución da vihuela, é un invento español, desenvolto nos séculos XVI a XVIII e perfeccionada polo lendario Antonio de Torres que lle deu a forma e estrutura que aínda ten hoxe.

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