About This Course
A guitar instrument is a string instrument that plays on the Elf and finger (finger style) as well as on the ring or Pike (great style) so the Jena strings produce a sound with a vibration corresponding to the instruments of the cordophone group. In addition to a significant historical history (both in terms of instrumental structure and playing technique), this instrument has been able to make significant progress in accordance with the development of Western music. As a result, various types of yen have appeared and now occupy a special place in World Music.
Narrative types ways, especially the history of the guitar, some believe that the guitar is from Egypt, a number also appeared at the event, and there is hope that the guitar is from the Greek-Assyrians (Greek captives of Kitara), by the Romans to Spain, etc. The guitar is the result of a rip-off transformation in Europe. In the meantime, the Arabic language is also used and the Arabic language is also called. Zaryab is said to have brought the name ODA to Andalusia and Jena so the instrument has become commonplace in Spain and elsewhere in Europe. During Islamic rule in Europe, Zaryab Darab Gardi and several of his students transferred the guitar instrument to Jindal. At this time the guitar was called the guitar or Kitara, and the current name of the guitar is derived from the same name. the existence of a warp extension called guitar can confirm the Iranian guitar.
Different guitar instruments may contain different components or shapes of different components or genders, but ultimately they are components of all types: vault. Print head. (Fluorescent resonance, grid rod for Energy Transfer) a screw is used to adjust the curvature of the handle, etc. Match pickups( pickups), parts related to the electrical circuit, configurations, volumes, etc. “Lower (Bridge)” Courier guard plate (sometimes to hide circles, and sometimes just to avoid scratches in colored items, mainly refers to slow motion) “backpack plate” interface plate, parts, accessories, etc. Output sound valve (usually decoration called rosette), wires, etc. d. The height of each wire plate (the wooden castle was demolished sideways).