Categories: Music Theory

A plucked stringed instrument extremely popular today, especially among folk and rock musicians. The guitar has six strings, frets (usually 19), a shape something between pear-shaped and a figure eight, a round soundhole, and usually a flat-backed soundbox. The standard tuning of the strings (top to bottom) is E2, A2, D3, G3, B3, E4.

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Definition of "Guitar" by Chat GPT: A guitar is a musical instrument that typically has six strings and is played by strumming or plucking the strings. It produces sound through the vibration of the strings, which are amplified by the instrument's body. Guitars are commonly used in various genres of music and are popular among both amateur and professional musicians.
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