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Old 03-16-2012, 11:26 AM  
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Daniel Akiva Jerusalem de Espa?a -"Blanca Flor"


Daniel Akiva play Alfredo Gonzalez "Ibiza" Brazilian Rosewood guitar
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Old 03-16-2012, 11:29 AM  
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Spanish Dance no. 1 from La Vida Breve by Manuel de Falla

Preludio y Danza by Julian Bautista
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:03 AM  
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There are (were) basically two types of the acoustic guitar. One is the traditional nylon stringed guitar commonly known to have the "fan" bracing and to be the Torres style. It was developed by the Spaniard named Torres and the other more commonly recognised by the steel string version "X" bracing that a German named Martin originally designed. Both used gut strings prior to steel or nylon and the nylons came after WWII, (I believe, I may be wrong on the time) In the late 1800's as steel began to be commonly used, Martin was able to strengthen the X design and change. This is one of the reasons steel stringed instruments were more popular from late 1800's until WWII. You see many guitarist these days curl excess string on the peg. There is no need these days for it save laziness, the gut strings broke often and it paid to have the excess string there in reserve. Nylon and steel are not as week and can be replaced easier and cheaper.


and the Martin . .



I should check before I post I suppose, (my memory ain't what it used to be) but in this case I was correct.
http://www.guitar-maker.com/Pages/histSSG.html
Virtuosos of the Classical Accoustic Guitar------enjoy-nylon-strings.jpg 


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Old 03-18-2012, 09:15 AM  
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How does it sound ? Acoustic guitars

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Old 08-16-2012, 10:35 AM  
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Check his guitar......very unusual..........


rodrigo gitar kon?ertosu

Another version with beautiful photography.......

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Old 08-16-2012, 11:00 AM  
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Here's another unusual guitar.....

Microtonal Guitar - Tolgahan ?oğulu

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Microtonal Guitar (Part 1) - Tolgahan ?oğulu - Maqam Music

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My CD is finally released: http://www.amazon.com/Atlas/dp/B007AK28RQ
Adjustable Microtonal Guitar has been designed by Tolgahan Cogulu in 2008.
In this guitar, all the frets on the fretboard are movable in the channels under each string.
Besides, any number of frets can be inserted into or removed from the fretboard. For more information: http://www.tolgahancogulu.com

Microtonal Guitar (Part 2) - Tolgahan ?oğulu - Pythagorean / Just Intonation / Meantone


TRT M?zik - Fidayda - Tolgahan ?oğulu - Part 4
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Don't miss this one.....cutest you'll ever see......
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Steve Morse Classical Guitar Solos
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Top Tracks for Earl Klugh


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Earl Klugh LIVE! - Tropical Legs


Earl Klugh at BEST NIGHT MUSIC - Dr Macumba
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