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    Edward Rickenbacker Where They Are From Edward Rickenbacker was born on October 8, 1890. He was born in Columbus, Ohio. He was born to German Speaking Swiss immigrants. His original name was Edward Rickenbacher. He changed his last name to Rickenbacker. Some of the nicknames he had were Eddie and Fast Eddie. Edward always loved machines even at a young age. Education Edward Rickenbacker didn’t really get a good education when he was a young boy. He had to drop out of the seventh grade after his dad

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    The Evolution of Guitars

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    The guitar is one of the most famous instruments worldwide. It has been used for almost all types of music. The guitar has made many cultural impacts on society. There have also been drastic changes over history. They have changed looks, sounds, and overall style. How have guitars evolved over time? Before the guitar was even thought of, there were instruments that showed some similarities. The first stringed instruments were around about 4000 years ago. The first few instruments were called tanburs

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    Musical 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

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    its invention in 1931. No one knows who invented the first electric guitar, but Adolph Rickenbacker was one of the most likely inventors of the electric guitar. Rickenbacker and his good friend Paul Barth founded a company in 1931 which was called Rickenbacker Electro Instrument Company. Barth soon left the company due to the fact that Rickenbacker was getting most of the credit of everything in the Rickenbacker Electro Instrument Company. A man named Les Paul founded a company called Gibson. This

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    The world around us is filled with numerous discourse communities. They can be found everywhere, from art shows to sports games. Each community possesses its own structure of functioning. However, every community is based upon the same fundamental appeals of ethos, pathos, and logos. I was introduced to these principals in my English 1301 class, which showed me that ethos, pathos, and logos can be used in more than just writing. It applies to everyday life and within communities that I have been

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    Music Autobiography Music has been a big part of my life since I was young. I was seven years old when I received my first guitar. It was a black electric guitar that my parents purchased at Walmart. It had a tiny amp and a cable jack that came with it. I never could play any songs on the guitar, just some really loud noises that probably annoyed my parents. I started listening to rock music after I got the electric guitar because I liked the loud guitar and the powerful drums. Another influence

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    Work Carried out by Fender In Fender, the Finance and Accounts division do the finance and accounts, such as invoices, incoming bills and the flow of money between departments. This organisation does not outsource its Finance and Accounts to another specialist firm. In Fender, the Finance and Accounts division arranges four main things: 1: Keeping records and creating accounts and reports 2: Working out the cost of production and planning budgets 3: Raising money to maintain

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    Many say that music has evolved over the years. This essay shall explore the elements of two versions of one song. It shall discuss the correlations and disparities of these songs and confer how it has been revolutionised to entertain the audiences of today. The two songs which shall be scrutinized shall be Roxanne. Originally released in 1978, it was performed by ‘The Police’. The cover version El Tango de Roxanne was rearranged by Mariano Mores in Moulin Rouge, 2001. The main gist of the song

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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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    Admiral Edward Vernon “Eddie” Rickenbacker According to http://www.lib.auburn.edu/archive/find-aid/101/eddie.htm, Edward Rickenbacher was born on Wednesday, October 8, 1890, “in Columbus, Ohio.” He “adopted his middle name, “Vernon,”later and changed the spelling of his name to “Rickenbacker” in 1918. His father, William, and his mother, Elizabeth (Basler), were Swiss immigrants who met and married in Columbus, Ohio.” “Eddie” was the third child, and had seven other siblings, and one of seven out

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