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Idyllwild Sapele Soprano Ukulele with Gig Bag

PID: 610300

Ukulele Facts: 1) They’re cheap - What other instrument can you buy in a respectable, good playing model for under $30? 2) They’re easy - Three simple one finger chords will officially make you a musician that everyone with want to know or get with. 3) They’re small - Our soprano uke can fit in your backpack for quick slinging on the bus, campus, or on your lunch break. 4) They’re cool - long hair, short hair, barefoot, VanHausens, whatever your styles is your cool will increase 10-fold when you play uke. 5) They’re fun - play Mozart, Miley, or Metallica on a uke and fill a room with smiles.

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Indio Retro DLX Flamed Top Electric Guitar with Gig Bag Trans Green

PID: 610455

A modern view of the electric guitar that started a music revolution. Get that country twang or scorching metal lead bite from two single-coil pickups. Hard Rock Maple one-piece neck adds to the unmistakable presence this style guitar is renowned for. Look as good as you sound with a highly figured veneer flamed maple top. The rich grain is gorgeous even from across the room. Mother of Pearl pickguard completes the stunning appearance of these stage ready instruments.

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15-Watt, 1x12 Guitar Combo Tube Amplifier with Celestion Speaker & Spring Reverb

PID: 611815

Why model tubes with DSP when you can have the real thing for less than $200!!! Small enough to be your perfect bedroom/practice amp. Powerful enough to take on stage at the club on Saturday or for worship on Sunday. Take advantage of the Effects send/return with your modulation and reverb or delay pedals. Front end is very usable with dynamic, EQ, and distortion pedals. 1W and 15W inputs provide the headroom you need for any application you feel the need to play for.

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Guitars

For over 4000 years musicians all over the world have played guitar-like instruments. Categorized as a stringed instrument with a long neck attached to a sound box, the earliest preserved "guitar" is an Egyptian tanbur dated 1500 BCE.

The modern guitar shape started to take form during the Renaissance. By 1860 Spanish guitar builders increased the body size to its presence proportions. While some say it pays homage to the shape of a woman there are acoustic and functional support for the current shape. The large to and bottom allow low frequencies to build as a natural amplifier. The pinched mid-section force acoustic vibration out the sound hole. This gives the guitar the projection it needs to compete in musical ensembles. The shape also allows players a comfortable feels where the guitars stays where you need it and arm motions are not hindered.

Electric pickups began to appear on guitars by the 1930's. With the addition of electronics and amplification it became much easier to play the guitar thanks to lower string heights and small diameter strings.


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