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    My First Electric Guitar Picking up a guitar and diving into the never ending journey of of learning to play shaped my outlook on life forever. I learned how to better myself for myself without having to cash a paycheck to justify my efforts. It all started when my dad convinced me to get out of my comfort zone by jumping right into something I wasn't too sure about. When I was 11, my family and I went on a somewhat routine trip to go and see my aunt and uncles on my mom's side of the family in

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    Reality in Wallace Stevens’ The Man with the Blue Guitar For Wallace Stevens, reality is an abstraction with many perspective possibilities. As a poet, Stevens struggles to create original perspectives of reality. Wallace Stevens creates a new, modern reality in his poetry. Actually, Stevens decreates reality in his poetry. In The Necessary Angel, Stevens paraphrases Simone Weil’s coinage of decreation as the change from created to uncreated or from created to nothingness. Stevens then

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    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.  It's

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    So you’ve decided to start to play the guitar. But before you start to play you have to first make sure that the guitar is tuned up right, otherwise you’ll sound pretty bad. There are 6 strings on the guitar and many ways to tune them. There are three normal ways to tune a guitar,either you can use a piano to help you tune, you can use a handheld tuner,or tune it by using your ears and listening to the pitch of the guitar itself . You can trust me in this because I was the best guitarist in my

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    A guitar is an instrument made out of wood or other wood like materials. Many things could affect the instrument's qualities, such as the types of lacquer used or what kind of strings are used. The guitar amp is an instrument in itself just as a guitar, not all amps are created equally. An amplifier allows the guitarist to express his playing to the world. Some amplifiers are made using really simple vacuum tube circuits, and others are made from really complex solid state circuitry. Not any two

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    Movie: Johnny Guitar

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    Nicholas Ray’s Johnny Guitar (1954) presents its most prominent setting, Vienna’s saloon, in a very uncomfortable manner. It represents a landmark doomed by a self-righteous group of settlers (Emma Small and her posse) plot-wise, but by mise-en-scene and cinematographic choices, the quiet saloon also emanates an ominous aura and consistently tries to detach the audience from the locale despite many of the characters, and specifically the protagonist hoping for its salvation. This presents an interesting

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    acoustic guitar is the the most played instrument in the music world. Though, the guitar looks like a simple instrument to play there are a lot of physics regarding sound behind the creation of it, from the strings to the air inside, the anatomy, and the sound spectrum. Acoustic guitars are subtle and melodious but what makes it sound irresistibly good are the physics behind the instrument itself. Physics plays a huge part in acoustic guitars in many ways, including the structure of the guitar, the effect

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    be identified in a great deal of fingerstyle guitar pieces. The basic pattern generally might look something like this: E string: \________ _R_______ (ring finger) B string: The guitar is one of the famous musical instruments nowadays; a rising singer is usually seen with it or a band perhaps. Learning how to play the guitar is easy and fun. It's time to switch from those instruction books that once taught your grandparents how to play the guitar. It's time to get away from those boring instructors

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    instruments open up the creativity while producing a beautiful melody. The guitar is an insturment that speaks another language because it communicates to people without saying a single word through rythme. For instance, a lot of cultures use guitars to show happiness in their story telling. The guitar made history for Blues and Rock in Roll because without the guitar a lot of music scenes would not exist. Culturally the guitar is seen as a positive symoble it allows people to express their feelings

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    component. The same concept can be applied to musical pieces. A great musical work would not be complete without the original combinations of musical instruments, voices, lyrics, and meaning. Two examples of this idea are “Classical Gas” by California Guitar Trio and “Cat’s in the Cradle” by Harry Chapin. In reference to music we can indentify specific aspects of pitch, including harmony and melody. Harmony refers to the relationship of sounds that happen simultaneously while melody refers to the relationship

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