A Brief History of Guitars

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Have you ever wondered about guitars? There are millions of guitar players out there, and 78 percent say they play both an electric and an acoustic guitar. The acoustic ones play nicely on their own, while the electric ones simply use Fender Tone King amps for sale, among other features. When combining electric Fender telecaster guitars with a Fender Tone King amps for sale, you can make beautiful music.

How did guitars come about? An ancient instrument, guitars gained popularity when famed violin maker Antonio Stradivarius made them. Originally a five string creation dating around 1700, at least four of those violins exist to this day. Considering they were acoustic, they would not have sounded well on Fender Tone King amps for sale.

The 20th century brought more guitar innovation. The two best archtop guitar makers are thought to be D’Angelico and D’Aquisto. One of the greatest guitar makers was Leo Fender. The inventor of Fender Tone King amps for sale, Fender also invented the electric Jazzmaster Fender guitars, electric Fender Stratocaster guitars, Fender Precision bass guitars for sale, and Fender two rock amps for sale. Guitarists like Liz Phair, David Byrne, P.J. Harvey and Kurt Cobain are all Fender fans. In fact, the smashed guitar from the Nirvana song “Smells Like Teen Spirit” gathered 40,000 USD at a London auction last November. Ironically, Fender himself was a saxophonist.

Guitar fans range in all shapes, sizes and levels of expertise. From professional rockers to amateur garage bands, many use electric with Fender Tone King amps for sale to amplify them. Many prefer Fender guitars with Fender Tone King amps for sale. A few prefer other guitars, like Brian Setzer Gretsch guitars. Whatever their preference, guitar fans have a rich history of guitar making to be thankful for. All guitarists should take a moment to appreciate how great their guitars sound on Fender Tone King amps for sale.

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