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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 with six or more strings that is played by plucking or strumming the strings. It typically has a hollow body with a sound hole, a long fretted neck, and tuning pegs to adjust the pitch of each string. Guitars are used in a variety of music genres, including rock, pop, folk, blues, and classical music.
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