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What is a Stradivarius?, The most expensive musical instrument
Published by deepblue 84 months ago in Musical Instruments | +41 votes | 19 comments
Guitars often use "Power Chords", a Power Chord or simply called as "Fifth Chord", the Fifth Chord is a chord consisting of only the root note of the chord and it's fifth. To put it simply, the third is removed from the Chord to make it a Power Chord or Fifth Chord. Now Power Chords or Fifth Chords are commonly used in Rock Music, to give that "rocky feeling" in the song. A song popular for using these chords is Smoke On Water by Deep Purple, the opening riff was made using power chords.
Published by Gerard 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +13 votes | 5 comments
By 1928 steel strings had gained wide acceptance and replaced gut as the standard fitting on virtually all Martin models. See the development of steel-string acoustic guitars here.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +4 votes | 1 comments
Many established makers are refining and adjusting their work within the classical tradition. See the different kinds of classical guitars and their design.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +4 votes | 2 comments
The first step in recording the guitar is to ensure the srings are new enough to produce good tone and intonation. More guitar recording techniques here!
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +1 votes | 0 comments
Before starting a recording, it is a good idea to make a plan of which instruments are to be played on every track.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 0 comments
Hanon Exercise Number 1 is in the key of C Major, and looking at the score it can be gleaned that there are no accidentals in this key signature thus removing sharps and flats, mainly focusing on the "white keys". After a certain period of time Hanon Exercise Number 1 becomes easy to play and it isn't a Piano Five Fingers Exercise anymore, unless played on the Piano at a very fast tempo.
Published by Gerard 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 1 comments
The guitar is often recorded at the same time as other instruments. Isolating each sound can be achieved using separating screens or different rooms: players can listen to each other on headphones.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +2 votes | 0 comments
Although the major scale is much the most common type of scale used in Western music, it is by no means the only one. Also in common use is the MINOR Scale.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +5 votes | 3 comments
Power chords are made up a root note and a perfect fifth. They can be played as minor or major on the same scale.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 0 comments
Barre chords give the full range of possibilities in guitar playing. Don't box your guitar playing with open chords, explore more!
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 4 comments
The Koto is a 13-string Japanese musical instrument which produces a unique sound through plucking. After many centuries of use by an elite few, in the Tokugawa period the koto slowly spread in popularity to other segments of Japanese society.
Published by Athena Goodlight 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 2 comments
Not only the strings, but also the other parts of the guitar should be given proper care, so that its body and structure will last for a lifetime.
Published by James Reyes 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +5 votes | 2 comments
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