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- 39″ Guitar size
- Basswood body
- Rosewood Fingerboard with 22 Frets
- Single coil x3, 1 volume knob, and 1 tone knob
- Extra String
This 39 inch guitar is perfect for beginners. Comes with Nylon Bag, Tuner, Belt, Tremolo Bar and extra strings. It has a Basswood body and Rosewood Fingerboard with 22 Frets. Rating: (out of 6 reviews)
List Price: $ 199.95 Price: $ 89.95
Types of Guitars – Acoustic Electric Guitars, Electric Guitars, Classical Guitars, Hollow-body Guitars, Steel Guitars
Acoustic electric Guitars: this is a term used to describe acoustic guitars that have pickups installed in them so they can be plugged into amplifiers or PA systems. The majority of acoustic guitars you see on stage are acoustic electric guitars. Structurally, they are identical to traditional acoustic guitars.
Electric Guitars: these types of guitars made out of a solid piece of wood and rely exclusively on their electronic pickup systems and amplifiers for their volume. Their unique sound lends itself best to rock and roll, but they have also substantially shaped the sound of country music in the last 50 years. (Think “twang”)
Classical Guitars: also called “nylon-string”, classical guitars are used almost exclusively in the classical and folk idioms, but can also be found on more popular recordings. Carlos Santana makes a lot of use of the classical guitar in his
recordings. Slightly smaller than a traditional acoustic, they feature slightly wider necks and strings that are made of nylon rather than steel, to give them a very gentle, warm sound. The best Classical guitars are usually from Spain.
Hollow-body Guitars: These are simply traditional electric guitars that have chambers cut in the body to allow for more sonic resonance. They come in many different sizes and are favored primarily by players of blues and jazz music.
Steel Guitars: These are the farthest breed apart from traditional guitars so far. While any guitarist can pick up any guitar
from the above list and play, a steel guitar requires special training to play. The guitar is played flat on its back, and the strings are elevated approximately half an inch above the fretboard. This allows the strings to be played using a “tone bar” that takes the place of the fingers on a fretboard and gives the steel guitar its classic “crying sound”. This is the archetypal guitar sound.
Guitars from Spain, Inc.
2658 Del Mar Heights Rd. #242
- Basswood Body and Neck with Truss Rod
- Rosewood Fingerboard with 22 Frets
- 3 Single Coil Pick Ups
- Includes Gig Bag, guitar strap, extra set of strings and amp cord – $30 value free
- One Year Warranty
This electric guitar is inspired by the classics of the 50s and 60s. It is handcrafted with attention to the detail and has a traditional double cutaway solid body construction. It is ideal for musicians of any age. Whether you need another Guitar to add to your collection or just need a little something for jam sessions in your garage, this Electric Guitar is for you! It features basswood body and neck, rosewood fingerboard with 22 frest, 3 single coil pick ups, one volume knob and 2 tone knobs Rating: (out of 20 reviews)
List Price: $ 199.95 Price: $ 109.95
- Contour-cut S type body with a chrome vintage tremolo
- Sleek 25-1/2 inch scale maple neck with a rosewood fretboard
- Three high output single-coil pickups with a 5-way selector switch, and one volume/two tone controls
- Package Includes; Guitar, Amp, Tuner, Gig Bag, and extra strings
- Also includes; Guitar Strap, Cable, and Instructional DVD
-Silvertone’s SS11 Revolver Guitar Package gives you everything you need to start playing, from electric guitar and amplifier to a strap and carry bag. A versatile axe with wide tonal options. Click to enlarge. Includes tuner, gig bag, guitar strap, cable, guitar picks, strings, and an instructional DVD. Click to enlarge. Revolver SS11 Guitar The precision-built Revolver SS11 guitar features a contour-cut, S-type sculpted body design w Rating: (out of 14 reviews)
List Price: $ 169.99 Price: $ 151.54
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Medford, OR (PRWEB) May 30, 2008
Boutique guitar distributor, Private Reserve Guitars, announced the arrival of Taylor Guitar’s new “16ce” Grand Symphony acoustic guitars that were launched earlier this year. This new Taylor style expands on their acoustic Grand Symphony models with a Venetian cutaway–which allows full upper-fret access–as well as the custom Expression System pickup. The ES pickup was created in partnership with audio pioneer Rupert Neve. It’s designed to faithfully reproduce the Taylor guitar’s native tone for an impressive plugged-in performance.
Woods and appointments distinguish each of the “16ce” models carried by Private Reserve Guitars. Among the selection, shoppers will find the following four guitars:
The Taylor 816ce Grand Symphony Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a classic Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood back and sides that combine to produce clarity, balance, sustain, and excellent bass response. The Taylor 816ce Grand Symphony is adorned with mother-of-pearl 800-series fingerboard inlays, maple binding, and an abalone rosette. The ultraviolet finish enables maximum durability and is more environmentally friendly than traditional lacquer finishes.
From the Koa Series, the Taylor K16ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar features a Sitka spruce top and Hawaiian koa back and sides. It has gold-plated hardware, an abalone rosette, maple binding, and koa-series “outline” fingerboard inlays. The K16ce guitar features the same durable ultraviolet finish found on the 816ce model.
Also from the Koa series, the 6-String Taylor K26ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar and the 12-String Taylor K66c Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar feature vivid koa grain patterns on the top, back and sides that are accented by abalone trim around the top and soundhole. Figured maple binds the body, fingerboard, soundhole, and peghead and caps the heel. Like other “16ce” models, the K26ce and K66ce have a wider lower bout and higher, wider waist for more volume and low-end sustain.
Private Reserve Guitars invites shoppers to view all the models in the Taylor Grand Symphony Series at their website.
About Private Reserve Guitars
Private Reserve Guitars specializes in new, and occasionally used, high-end stringed instruments from respected luthiers worldwide along with a vast array of acoustic and electric guitar accessories. PRG provides customers with photos and descriptions of individual guitars, as well as personal contact with a dedicated guitar tech to help them make their decisions on serialized instruments. Unlike other musical instrument boutiques, Private Reserve Guitars is backed by direct music dealer Musician’s Friend, whose 25 years of music retailing success bring vast experience and buying power to the high-end guitar market.
Located in Medford, Oregon with a warehouse/distribution center in Kansas City, Missouri, and a call center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Private Reserve Guitars can be contacted at 1-877-737-3781 and at http://www.privatereserveguitars.com.
Questions regarding this press release should be directed to customer service.
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