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The first classical vintage guitar was made in Spain but was the product of other types of stringed instruments that were similar to the guitar.
The guitar has six strings and is usually played with a pick or the fingers. Wood is the material used to make the guitar except for some modern types that are made from ploycarbonate materials.
The electric guitar was first produced in the 1930's and needs an amplifier for the correct sound.
Acoustic guitars have been around for more than a thousand years. It is called "acoustic" because of the hollow body of the instrument. This hollow body acts as a resonating chamber.
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Acoustic guitars come in 3 types. The classical, steel-string and the archtop guitar. The archtop guitar is constructed like a violin and the top and sometimes the back of this guitar is carved from a solid billet in a curved shape instead of the regular flat shape of most other types of guitars.
The classical six-string guitar came into being during the 18th century. Before then it had less strings and the body was smaller. The smaller size was continued through the 18th and early 19th century.
On this page you will find vintage guitars for sale plus old antique and classical guitars, bass tabs, Fullers, Gibson Les Paul, sales, Ibanez and more. Also links to antiques, music, vintage audio, ebay and vintage records. Value of vintage guitar books can be found here too.
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