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Small Classical Guitars


small classical guitars
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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 guitarists) *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)
  • (Classical Guitar) Marchione only uses Hot Hide glue in construction and Hand plane all surfaces prior to glue-up. Marchione's classical guitars are French polished Cedar and Indian Rosewood, 650mm scale length.
    small
  • limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
  • Small items of clothing, esp. underwear
  • on a small scale; "think small"
  • the slender part of the back
small classical guitars - Hohner HAG250P
Hohner HAG250P 1/2 Sized Classical Guitar
Hohner HAG250P 1/2 Sized Classical Guitar
Hohner welcomes you to the world of playing guitar. The Hohner HAG250P is a handcrafted classical guitar with an Agathis top back and sides. This wood match-up creates a crisp texture to the overall sound of the instrument. The smaller scale of this instrument (considered 1/2 sized) is specially designed with the younger player in mind and is highly recommended for the players that are starting between the ages of 5-9. This instrument also comes equipped with light gauge nylon strings for easier fingering as to not discourage the first time player. Hohner has a long tradition of supporting music education. While being in business for over 150 years Hohner has enjoyed creating instruments to help people of all ages express themselves through music. Most recently Hohner has joined forces with GAMA, an organization dedicated to bringing the joy of playing guitar into school systems nationwide. For more information on Hohner and their instruments please visit www.Hohnerusa.com

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Andy Summers Sells His Relic
Andy Summers Sells His Relic
© All rights reserved. Use without permission is illegal Fender Limited Edition Relic Andy Summers Telecaster Fender couldn't be more proud and excited to unveil a very special 250-instrument Limited Edition run of the Fender Custom Shop Andy Summers Tribute Telecaster as part of the Fender Custom Shop's legendary Tribute Series. It's a note-perfect replica of the 1961 Tele® that Summers used to help propel the Police to untold heights of worldwide pop superstardom. Andy Summers was just out of college in Southern California in the early 1970s when one of his guitar students offered to sell him a beat-up 1961 Fender Telecaster that had obviously been modified by a previous owner. Summers had already had some modest music business success in the late '60s in Britain. Lately though, he'd stuck mainly to his classical guitar studies, and hadn't played an electric in quite a while. Strangely, however, something about this particular Telecaster grabbed him. As he put it himself in his 2006 memoir, One Train Later: When I start to play it, something stirs within me ... it shakes me ... I find that I can't stop playing it; this guitar sparks something in me and I have to have it. Summers bought the guitar for $200, and you and the whole world know the rest. Back in London a few years later, he joined a noisy so-called punk outfit called the Police that rose to become the biggest band in the world, thanks in no small part to the deftly innovative and influential sounds Summers conjured from that beat-up Telecaster. Hit after hit was recorded and performed on it— "Roxanne," "So Lonely," "Walking On the Moon," the breathtaking "Message In a Bottle," "Don't Stand So Close to Me," "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic," "Every Breath You Take," "Wrapped Around Your Finger," "Synchronicity II" and "King of Pain." The prototype, built by Fender Custom Shop Master Builder Dennis Galuszka over the course of a year, is currently in use with Andy now. The guitar features the same "eccentric" modifications that the original had when Summers first bought it, most of which were unchanged throughout the nonstop work and excitement of the Police years: * Ferocious humbucking neck pickup. * Bridge pickup mounted in the body rather than in the broken brass (not chrome) bridge plate. * Control plate-mounted mini-toggle phase switch. * Body-mounted preamp on/off mini-toggle switch (the original preamp "died," Galuszka said; the Custom Shop has recreated the Police-era preamp). * Rear-mounted overdrive unit controlled by a third knob below the two traditional Telecaster volume and tone controls. * "Soft" brass bridge pieces. * Schaller® tuners. Summers played number one of the 250 replicas when the Police once again electrified the music world by reuniting on Feb. 11, 2007, to open the 49th annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Even more exciting, Summers will play the replica during the momentous 2007 30th anniversary worldwide Police reunion tour, one of the most hoped-for and eagerly awaited events in pop music history. It promises to be a thrilling musical event featuring one of rock's most innovative guitarists playing a spot-on replica of one rock's most distinctive guitars. Includes: Deluxe Brown Hardshell Case (Orange Interior), Strap, Cable, Limited Edition Certificate, Signed Copy of Andy’s Book “One Train Later”, DVD Interview with Andy, “Message In A Box” CD Box Set.
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Yesterday was the first day of summer. And Parisians celebrate in a big way by throwing a huge music and dance party on the streets. La Fete de la Musique (translated, Music Festival) occurs every summer solstice. Two or three bands along each street, playing free outdoor concerts all throughout the city. There are some bigger venues scattered around, but it's really more about the small street corners and crowded storefronts. Pop, folk, rap, rock. DJ's spinning salsa beats, techno, even K-pop. Amateurs and professionals alike take part and it's all solid music and sweet sounds. Like SXSW, only the bands were even more unknown (at least to me). Case in point: these little guys. Okay, so they weren't really sponsored by any store to play at. But mad props to them for taking part in it anyway. They even gathered a decent crowd, drawn in by the cute factor.

small classical guitars
small classical guitars
Fender Mini Acoustic Guitar Stand
Extremely lightweight, compact and portable, the Fender Mini Guitar Stand is a "must have". It folds up really small so that you can carry it in your guitar case, gig bag or tuck it in the back of your amp, but when you open it up it will securely and stably hold your guitar or bass with rock solid performance! With two models to cater to thinline howllow body and solid body electric guitars and basses, or larger hollow body and acoustic instruments the Fender Mini Stand has your back covered. Great things really do come in small packages!

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