Articles about instrument
Acoustic guitars are fragile things. The Rainsong guitars, made from carbon fiber, are not so fragile, but still sound wonderful.
When it comes to acoustic guitars, Takamine has been around, and most people know of them. What you won't find much in the way of acoustic guitars is another like the Takamine 40th anniversary guitar. The use of persimmon wood as a tonewood is not common at all.
The Takamine 50th anniversary G series acoustic electric offers amazing utility for a terrific price.
The McPherson Camrielle 4.0 is a extremely non traditional style of acoustic guitar. It is a guitar featuring modern innovations not seen before now. This guitar is expensive, but for the right musician, it could well be everything they ever dreamed of.
There are many mahogany body and spruce top dreadnought guitars in production by many another different company. I've seen few, if any, designed to be as visually appealing as is the Martin D 18GL. Named for Gordon Lightfoot, this mahogany dreadnought features some beautiful solid bear claw or quilted woods, and a lot of abalone inlay.
Dubbed the "all purpose guitar," there's no reason why it shouldn't be. The Taylor 710 series is an outstanding instrument at a reasonable price for something so finely made and versitiel
Jumbo sized guitars are big and beautiful, but they need not always be terribly expensive. The Martin J-15 is a very reasonably priced jumbo instrument well worthy of your consideration.
Tanglewood guitars are a new make of instrument founded in 1988. These instruments are by a company out of the United Kingdom, but are made in China. The Tanglewood solid wood spruce and rosewood dreadnought is their very affordable take on the Martin D-28
For under a thousand US dollars the Canadian guitar maker Seagull provides some truly outstanding all solid wood options. The Seagull Maritime SWS guitar is a terrific instrument in every way at a terrific price.
The Martin D-28 Herringbone guitar is a world famous instrument. It's not an instrument which will ever likely be surpassed, or forgotten. The Martin is fabulous, but it's expensive. The Blueridge BR-160 is a made in China and all solid wood replica for less than half the price. It is virtually identical to the world famous Martin, but sells at a price any serious amateur can save for and own.
The MTV Unplugged In New York album was the last album by Nirvana, and the only acoustic album they'd ever done. It was the band's swan song, and it was just that lovely. Many people have asked what sort of guitar and equipment did Kurt Cobain use during that concert, and this article seeks to answer those questions. That the music of Nirvana changed the music scene when it became popular in about the year 1993 is unquestionable. ï¿½That Nirvana was most often a heavy hitting electric band full of screaming guitars, vocals, and thumping drum and bass rhythm section is also simply fact. ï¿½The very...