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    Coparison Between Two Guitars: Ibanez 453 RVC and the Gibson Les Paul The paper I have written and know alot about is a contrast on two really well known and popular guitars. One which is the Gibson Les Paul, and the other which is the Ibanez 453 RVC. Both guitars may look alike to some, and to some they may sound alike as well, but are they really alike? Starting with the bodys, the Gibson Custom Les Paul is made of solid mahogeny wood, which gives the guitar a more Classical look and feel and

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    The Guitar

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    The Guitar About five hundred years ago the guitar was invented. Since then, the guitar has played a crucial role in music. It serves as the heart for song, from Jazz, to Blues, to Heavy Metal. The guitar is perhaps the most important instrument in modern music. The two types of guitar most popular today, are the acoustic and electric guitar. The first guitar like instruments looked nothing like the guitars of today. These instruments were called lutes. Lutes later became vihuelas, which

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    The History of the Guitar Four hundred years ago the guitar was invented. Since then, guitar has been a great innovative instrument. It serves as the heart of a song, or sound. From Jazz, and Blues, to Heavy Metal, and punk music guitar has been perhaps the biggest factor in modern music. Between acoustic guitar, and electric guitar there is a lot of history. When guitar was first invented, it looked nothing like the guitars that we know. The first guitars were lutes. Lutes evolved into

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    middle of paper ... ...e big band era of the 1930s; the Gibson Super 400 was widely imitated. In 1952, Gibson introduced its first solid-body electric guitar, the Les Paul which became its most popular guitar to date— designed by Ted McCarty and Les Paul” (Hall). Some modern day guitar gods are John Mayer, John Petrucci, and Paul Gilbert. These men have kept the legend ongoing with the technicality of playing guitar. John Petrucci and Paul Gilbert are electric guitar gods who focus on the mechanics

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    you that you can relate to. We can thank Lester William Polfuss which is the name his parents gave him when he was born in 1915. He had gone by other names like Red rhubarb, Red hot red or the Wizard of Waukesha. The name most know him by is Les Paul. Les Paul was an instrumentalist, inventor and recording artist, he was an innovator his entire life. It started at age eight he began playing the harmonica, soon after picked up the guitar. It was

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    I am My Guitar A symbol that best represents myself is my guitar.  I have always wanted to play the guitar since I was thirteen.  Ever since I saw the Rolling Stones in concert.  I took lessons the following year, and have been playing ever since then.  Other than the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton also has influenced me and made me want to play.  I never wanted to join a band, I mainly play by myself, but sometimes I get together with my friends. They also know how to play the guitar

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    Ibanez Research Paper

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    Despite the fact that they've recently been dabbling in some different types of genres, Ibanez remains known today for their prowess in making metal guitars. One of the best known is the RG series. They have all of the fast features and intense sound that metal musicians are desperate to have. The Ibanez RG350MDX is no exception. In fact, it takes the hard edge feel a little farther. Let's take a closer look to see exactly what Ibanez has done with the RG350MDX. Features: The body of this guitar

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    Faster than Fast

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    The Faster than Fast My hero is my guitar teacher Rocco Calipari because he is a great guitar player who helps me with any troubles on my guitar. He has many things that he has accomplished, along with being the best guitar teacher ever. Have you ever met one of the fast pickers in California? My hero is named Rocco. He is in the band the “Head Honchos”, they play a lot of blues/rock/rhythm. He has a dad whose is the singer in his band. Rocco is head guitar and plays all of the riffs, but his

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    of the ESP LTD EC-100 FR, like most other ESP's, is made of mahogany wood. This helps to create deeper, more rich sound effect. It also tends to slightly improve sustain. The shape of the body is, as aforementioned in the introduction, much like a Les Paul. The key difference is that the cutaway on the bottom is a little sharper and recedes a little more. There is just one finish available with the ESP LTD EC-100 FR, and that is see through black with a maple carved top. The maple greatly improves

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    became the music industry it is today because of the artists and bands that dared to explore different types of genres in rock. The following inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame that will be discussed in this essay are N.W.A., John Lennon, and Les Paul. The first inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame that will be discussed is N.W.A. The group consisted of Eazy-E (Eric Wright), Dr. Dre

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