It was in eighth grade when my father made me started to listen to Johnny Cash. His music 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 world. This instrument has dominated the way we make and listen to music. The guitar is one of the most versatile instruments in the world, being used in nearly every style of music. For someone who isn’t familiar with guitars, a guitar may have no importance in their lives. It may just seem like a piece of wood or plastic accompanied by strings. A lot of people don’t even know how many strings a guitar has or what sounds they make when you strum them. However, there is a big possibility that if you have ever turned on the radio, you have heard the beautiful sound of a guitar. At times, it’s sweet and mellow in the background of a song. Then sometimes, it’s an ear-piercing and outrageous sound. These instruments would be either an acoustic guitar or electric guitar. Unfortunately, many individuals don’t even know the differences between an acoustic and electric guitar. If you ever commit yourself to be a part of the guitar world, chances are you’ll have problems choosing between an acoustic guitar and electric guitar. There’s no answer to what guitar is better, but when making this choice as a guitar player, it’s incred...
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...tric guitars have many things to compare. In the way that they both have six strings and the similar appearances, but they still have their own parts like a sound hole or pickups. It’s fascinating to see that both of these instruments are meant to work the same way, yet they appear and sound so different. For someone to say that one guitar is better than the other is a bogus statement. It depends on the type of music you listen to and what guitar is correct for that type of music. If I go camping then I will bring my acoustic guitar and enjoy the warm sound with my family and friends. But if I want to perform in front of an audience I’d rather bring my electric guitar so we feel the energy. Both of these guitars have their positives and negatives, but I believe it’s too hard to choose which of the guitars I prefer because these instruments are great at what they do.
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