Being a lover of all kinds of music, there are still things I don’t know much about. And this is one of them – the epiphone acoustic guitars.
Frankly, I have never heard of it. I’m a Yamaha girl, so that must be one of the reasons. So I looked into it a bit.
It is a fantastic piece. A lot of people have said that it has a good feel to it compared to other guitars as well as audio. With a body and neck made of mahogany wood and a rosewood fingerboard, I would say it is a fantastic piece. Not only that, it is decked with chrome hardware and selectable spruce top, it is almost too good to be true. You can buy this type or a wireless guitar system, check it out at MusiciansFriend.com.
Even pieces like that have drawbacks. As much as it is fun to play with and consistent with the tuning, it seems to have a bad quality to it.
As far as these can get, epiphone acoustic guitars seem to be only limited for practicing and recording your jams and small venues.
I have seen a rise in the use of ukulele, from actors and actresses of the big screen, to musicians, and normal citizens. I remember owning a cute ukulele when I was young. I never learned how to use it but had it anyway.
Ukulele is a small guitar with very cute tune coming form a hollow body. It is a smaller version of a guitar but still uses nylon as strings.
Banjo, on the other hand is a round acoustic instrument. We usually see banjos in movies related to the wild west or the hill billies. It is perfect for folk, bluegrass, and country music. It has a circular body with a membrane covered by either a plastic or sometimes an animal skin. You can also find electric banjo – guitarcenter.com if you preferred an electric banjo.
Playing a musical instrument is a wonderful thing. They are meant to make beautiful sounds to either inspire people, calm and soothe them or entertain them. And if you are one those who would love to play the bass but never had the chance to learn earlier, it is not yet late to learn now.
You can learn to play bass guitar with these simple tips:
- You can research the web for many tutorials and resources learning the ins and outs of a bass guitar.
- It will be helpful to already know how to strum the acoustic guitar since it will be easy to transition your already developed skills and techniques in playing the bass guitar.
- Ensure that you have built strength on your hands and fingers for strumming since bass guitar’s strings are a tad thicker than the ordinary acoustic guitar.
- Have a good amplifier since it is a good part of playing the bass guitar. You can start with smaller amp if you are just a new player. If you are already getting the hang of paying the bass guitar and intend to jam with other musicians eventually then you can invest in higher amps.
- Learn to read the scale because you need to be able to adjust your scales when you’re already playing.
- Watch YouTube to pick up tips and techniques from good bass players.
- Jam with other music lovers so you can adjust on your skills and create your own music styles.
For every guitarists and guitar-loving people, a good acoustic is best accompanied with a nice amplifier. Why is that? As Wikipedia puts it:
Amplifier is an electronic amplifier that amplifies the electrical signal from a pickup on an electric guitar, bass guitar, or acoustic guitar so that it can produce sound through a loudspeaker, which is typically housed in a wooden cabinet. (Source: Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar_amplifier)
In layman’s term, it is a machine or a musical accessory that boosts the sound coming from a plugged guitar onto the boxed amplifier like a loud speaker, producing a more pronounced sound.
An example of an amplifier is a fender frontman 15g which is perfect accompaniment to any Fender guitars.
It must be a rocker’s dream to own a Dean Zoltan ar6 flame top electric guitar. It looks very serious and perfect for the rocker people out there.
The Dean Zoltan ar6 flame top guitar has a beautiful maple top and neck. It also has a C-shape neck that allows the rocker to do an easy shred action. With the features below, this electric guitar is a top in its rock field!
Made of solid wood or maple flamed (top wood) and mahogany for the body. The finish is gloss urethane. The neck’s scale length is 25.5″ and has a C Zoltan shape. It also has 24 frets and has a standard jumbo fret size. Inlays are black and small square.
As for the configuration and number of strings, below are some details:
Neck: DMT Select time capsule
Bridge: DMT Select nostalgia
Active or passive: Passive
Series or parallel: Parallel
Active EQ: No
Special electronics: None
Control layout: Master volume
Pickup switch: 3-way
Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato
Bridge design: Floyd Rose with locking nut
Tailpiece: Not applicable
Tuning machines: Grover
Number of strings: 6-string
Special features: Body finish