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    • 1 Marlouise C. Pachorro
    • A guitar is a popular musical instrument that makes sound by the playing of its (typically) six strings with the sound being projected either acoustically or through electrical amplification ©Wikipedia Marlouise C. Pachorro 2
    • DIFFERENT TYPES OF GUITARS TWO MAIN TYPES OF GUITARS Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar Marlouise C. Pachorro 3
    • ACOUSTIC GUITAR 4 Marlouise C. Pachorro
    • Classical Guitars • strings are made from nylon and they have a wider neck • sound generated is warm and gentle Steel Guitars • Lap steel guitar and pedal steel guitar are its two main varieties Twelve String Guitar • Made up of 12 strings • the arrangement of the strings produces a semi-chorus effect while playing ©http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-guita Marlouise C. Pachorro 5
    • Bass Guitar • strings of bass guitars are thick and long • number of strings in it can vary between 4 to 6 Resonator Guitar • also called resophonic guitars • made up of metal instead of wood ©http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-guitars.html Marlouise C. Pachorro 6
    • ELECTRIC GUITARS 7 Marlouise C. Pachorro
    • Solid Body Electric Guitars • rely on pickups, amplifiers and speakers to produce sound • ensure that the sound reproduced is of the string vibration only, leading to a cleaner sound reproduction Chambered Body Electric Guitars • made of solid wood but have a few chambers in them that are hollowed out • may also be used to achieve a sound that is a slight mix of an acoustic and electric guitar Semi Acoustic Electric Guitars • they sound and play as loud as acoustic guitars • they have a pickup that can be used to amplify sound and add effects as and when required ©http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-guitars.htm Marlouise C. Pachorro 8
    • Full Hollowbody Electric Guitars • made of several sheets of wood pasted together, but are completely hollow • often played unplugged in enclosed areas Electric Acoustic Guitars • actually acoustic guitars that have been fitted with a pickup or a mic (usually inside the body) to amplify the body vibrations produced ©http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-guitars.html Marlouise C. Pachorro 9
    • Gibson Fender Yamaha ESP Ibanez Martin Paul Reed Smith (PRS) Guitars Ernie Ball Music Man B.C. Rich Gretsch Jackson Peavey Carvin Epiphone Hamer Squier Marlouise C. Pachorro 10
    • Warwick Charvel Larrivée Guild Guitars Takamine Taylor Samick/ Greg Bennett Line 6 Seagull Avalon Kramer Ovation Alvarez Oscar Schmidt Dean Guitars Tacoma ©http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-guitars.html Marlouise C. Pachorro 11
    • Marlouise C. Pachorro 12