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  • The classical guitar — (sometimes called the "Spanish guitar" or "nylon string guitar") — is a 6-stringed plucked string instrument from the family of instruments called chordophones.
  • (Classical guitarist) *Antoine Carre *Francesco Corbetta (ca 1615–1681) *Giovanni Battista Granata *Francisco Guerau *Girolamo Montesardo *Alonso Mudarra (1510–1580) *Santiago de Murcia (Around 1682 or 1685–1732) (Spain) *Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710) (Spain) *Robert de Visee (ca 1658–1725) (France)
  • A guitar with nylon strings on it for a softer sound.
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  • The person or thing perceived as the best in a particular group
  • picking: the quantity of a crop that is harvested; "he sent the first picking of berries to the market"; "it was the biggest peach pick in years"
  • select carefully from a group; "She finally picked her successor"; "He picked his way carefully"
  • Someone or something that has been selected
  • choice: the person or thing chosen or selected; "he was my pick for mayor"
  • An act or the right of selecting something from among a group of alternatives
classical guitar pick - Tenacious D
Tenacious D
Tenacious D
Biting, sometimes base satire and humor populates this 21-cut comedy-rock debut from actor-musician Jack Black and his band, Tenacious D. Sort of like a trashier, more casual and less musical Beck, vocalist-guitarist Black and guitarist-vocalist Kyle Gass, with help from Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, Redd Kross's Steve McDonald, and Page McConnell of Phish, deliver oddball musings that will appeal mostly to fans of the talented Black, whose earned a following thanks to memorable, frenetic turns in the films Hi Fidelity and Jesus' Son. The songs and "bits" include the wonderfully, intentionally melodramatic "Wonderboy," Black ordering "four Chicken McNuggets" on "Drive Thru," and the funny ode to vocalist Ronnie James Dio, where Black observes, "Dio has rocked for a very long time / Now it's time for him to pass the torch." With often intentionally droll and dumb humor smartly executed like a latter-day version of Bob & Doug McKenzie with a dash of Spinal Tap, this more-comedy-than-rock debut is likely to achieve cult status. --Katherine Turman

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Day318
Day318
Stupid boots distracted me. (Don't worry, they were already frozen and doused with Lysol after finding them on the side of the road in Brooklyn.) With the end of work coming up, I'm starting to wonder what can be my distraction from my new business/work aside from neurotically cleaning. I think I'll take an hour out of the day to practice piano, get back to where I used to be, and then maybe pick up one of our two guitars. I understand it in theory, but my fingers don't want to play that game. I really like my classical guitar, but my fingertips might need to be sacrificed on John's steel string for the sake of my pathetic wrists. But that's down the road. Piano has to come back to me first. No purpose...oh, learning to not do things for a specific purpose even though I am home is going to be REALLY difficult. I'm going to become even more over-educated and useless than EVER!! Might brush up on French and then take on German or Spanish (German so I can know what my brothers are talking about when they don't want me to know). I really should learn Dreamweaver a lot better. Oh, the places you can go.
Guitarist self portrait
Guitarist self portrait
black and white (ish) close up a classical guitar I managed to combine both of my hobbies in one activity with that shot. I thought about using a small bodied blues guitar with a nice sunburst finish but picked the classical one because its the closest I have to a flamenco guitar. Flamenco is all energy and movement which is what I wanted to convey. I'm back off to pseuds corner again How I did this I had real difficulty taking the photograph and playing the guitar at the same time. I did a lot of experimental shots with the camera linked to the computer via USB and using the remote shutter release. This way the photo would diplay itself on the screen within a second or two of the shutter shutting(?) from that I could work out if I needed to move or whatever and then when it was OK I put the camera into continuous shoot mode and locked the remote to constantly shoot. I then I weaded out all the bad ones. Kept me amused

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