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    When i first picked up the guitar when i was younger i was very ambitious and wanted to learn all my favorite songs and master everything to know about it. I knew that if i kept focus and practiced everyday i would accomplish my goals. A very important part of playing any instrument is your hands and fingers and i would soon learn that without them it would be difficult if not impossible to play them. I was playing pick up basketball with my friends one day and i went for the ball and

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    was old at my age, but his guitar made me fall in love with his music. It was right then that I decided to play the guitar, both acoustic and electric. When I got my first guitar, the new smell of wood spread across my room as I opened my guitar case. I could barely lift up my first time. My little body was covered by the size of the guitar. The strings felt thin on my little hands and my ears were filled with magic when I played it. With time I discovered that the guitar opened new things into my

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    After deciding that you want to play the guitar, the only thing left to do is practice. Practice is the only way to become a good guitarist. Of course your fingers may become sore and callus will develop but that is all part of learning how to play. The only thing is, those new at guitar have no idea how to practice let alone what they should be practicing. Here is how to practice guitar. How to Practice First, to practice the guitar, find a nice quiet room in addition to a comfortable chair. It

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    Question Presented Acol provides guitar lessons at Marsha’s Guitar Shop and recently began to sporadically cover the front desk at the shop. An independent contractor has the right to control the manner and means of accomplishing the result desired. Essentially, a principal only has direct control over the outcome of the work, while an independent contractor has control of how that work will be undertook. Can Acol be classified as an independent contractor? Brief Answer Probably yes. Courts use

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    The Guitar and Its Effect on My Life The time was Christmas morning 2003, the ambience was silent and tranquil; not a sound could be heard. All of a sudden, I was woken from my eternal slumber. With awareness of the significance of the time and event, I leaped out of bed and rushed into the living room where a Christmas tree stood tall. Beneath the tree there lay my precious presents. Rummaging through these random gifts that had been awarded to me, I was disappointed to see that there

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    Beethoven Guitar Project Concert Report On Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 12pm, UCI guitar students performed Beethoven 's music in different periods of arrangements for two guitars and guitar and mandolin at the Claire Trevor Amphitheater. The performance was titled the Beethoven Guitar Project which included a program of Rondo by Beethoven arranged for two guitars by Ivan Klinger, Beethoven Sonatine for Mandolin & Piano arranged for guitar, Fanasie from words of Beethoven arranged for two guitars by Ferdinando

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    The guitar is an instrument that originated out of Spain over 400 years ago. It is considered to be an ancient instrument. The guitar was invented by the classical –era Greeks due to a simple mistake. This instrument can have up to eighteen strings to from the wood, ancient and noble. However, six is the most popular strings associated with three main types of guitar which includes the acoustic, archtop, and the classical . The principal types of guitars were invented by the Slovak-American

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    Guitar has become one of the most adaptable and popular instruments; it can be used in most genres of music. Guitar has been around since the 15th century. An instrument in Spain called the vihuela is the first guitar but it only had four strings and were very small if we compared it to a modern day instrument it would closely resemble a ukelele. Since then the instrument has advanced. From Jazz, to rock 'n' roll, and country guitar has the biggest impact on how music is today. There is a lot of

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    When looking for a guitar what exactly do you want to look for? The color, size, sound, texture, brass, nylon, etc. not all guitars are the same, nearly never the same. Different guitars have different sounds and pitches when built, put together and played. Tonewoods have a major factor in what the guitar looks like and sounds. The quality and structure of the wood is a very important factor on how the instrument is built. ¨various woods have distinct sound qualities, especially when used for the

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    History of the Electric Bass Guitar

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    Bass Guitar The most famous Bassist in the world is Sir Paul McCartney. Paul McCartney is a former band member of The Beatles. The first electric bass guitar was introduced in the 1930s by a man named Paul Tutmarc from Seattle, Washington. The first models of electric bass guitars were Model 736 Bass Fiddle. The company only made one hundred of these guitars. The electric bass guitar consists of a neck and body, and the bridge, tuners, pickups, strings, and amplification makes this instrument

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