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What types of guitars are available?
Classical GuitarsUsually the first guitar people own, due to the lower cost investment for a cheaper model, the classical guitar is one of the most iconic acoustic guitars. Usually strung with Nylon Guitar Strings, the classical guitar has a slightly muted and mellow sound, which is perfect for classic music.
Steel string acoustic GuitarThe pop and rock star choice, the steel guitar strings are used as they are crisp and bright. Country music, blues, bluegrass and many other genres use steel string Acoustic Guitars as they come in many styles and shapes.
Acoustic guitars are great for smaller rooms, but large halls or arenas are going to need some form of Acoustic Guitar Amps to fill the space. Electroacoustic guitars are similar to a steel string acoustic guitar but there is some form of pickup that converts the analogue sound to digital.
Almost certainly what every beginner thinks of, Electric Guitars are the ultimate rock instrument. Since their inception by Rickenbacker in 1931, the likes of Ibanez, Gibson, Fender and many others have revolutionised rock music for ever.
Bass GuitarNot everyone can be, or wants to be, the lead guitarist. The bass player is like the glue that joins the drums and the guitar together. The Bass Guitar gives any ensemble musical depth, as it reaches lower registers than an electrical guitar ever could.
12 –string Guitar
The 12-string guitar has 2 sets of strings close to each other to add more texture to the music. The most famous song with a 12-string guitar would have to be Hotel California by The Eagles. You can immediately hear it through the main riff.
Not every guitarist can play on the standard guitar layout Left-Handed Guitars are built to accommodate left-handed players. The most famous left-handed guitarist was Jimi Hendrix, who had to restring a right-handed guitar in order to play. Thankfully, left-handed guitars are more available.