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What makes the Guitar so Special?
Guitars – There is a popular figure of speech that goes: “Jack of all trades, master of none”; and the Guitar does not conform to it.
It is the master of all trades!
Guitars are polyphonic instruments, meaning that they have the ability to produce more than one note at a time.
The instrument has made its way to all sorts of genres with its versatile nature, from folk to rock, artists and appearances change but the Guitar remains a constant.
Amongst other things that make the Guitar so popular and irreplaceable, is that it lets the player be creative- you can tap, slur, hammer, slide, fingerpick, or play the Guitar with your palm, there is no end to it.
All of these factors make it nearly impossible to reproduce the various tones that the Guitar is capable of producing. How many other instruments can you say the same thing about?
The Guitar is timeless. It has proved time and again that it is here to stay, making it a must-have in every household.
Which guitar is the best for beginners?
We understand that buying your first Guitar can be a rather daunting experience, with scores of options to choose from and each option looking as good as the next one, you might find yourself stuck in a never-ending loop of decision making.
While it is overwhelming to think of all the things that we want in a guitar, it becomes much easier when we proceed with the process of elimination and strike out the things that we know we do not want; things such as – more options and added confusion
Therefore, the acoustic guitar, due to its simple nature is usually preferred over the semi-acoustic and electric options; these options have pickups and switches on them that might puzzle a newbie and overcomplicate their learning process, remember, more does not always mean better.
Also, acoustic guitars are usually priced lower than the other guitar types making them a good entry option.
As one gets better at playing the instrument and learns more about it, they will be able to make better and more informed decisions on their next (big) purchase.