acoustic guitar

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sound is not amplified by electrical means

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Reynolds completely shreds on "Ants Marching" (and to think the guy is just using his Martin acoustic guitar here for cryin' out loud
John Lennon |on the original 1962 J-160E Gibson acoustic guitar that had been lost for over 50 years
They went and got acoustic guitars and did an acoustic set for the crowd until the power came back on.
Martin used the acoustic guitar during the composition of many of the band's earliest songs.
The programme includes five days wholly dedicated to the guitar: concerts by internationally renowned acoustic guitar players; a display of string instruments, imported and vintage, complemented with accessories; training courses on the making of string instruments and on how to play the guitar; plus conferences and workshops, according to the Italian News Agency (AGI).
It is hard not to smile as they kick off the show with their take on Dirty Deeds Done Cheap and the acoustic guitar and fiddle then fire into You Shook Me All Night Long.
They're pleasantly surprised by the robust sound and classy look of vintage acoustic guitars.
Using a variety of methods including altered tunings, syncopated rhythm guitar taps and his textural use of polyphonic tones and drones, McKee plays both standard size acoustic guitars and a custom-built 12 string harp-guitar to create a patchwork of sounds.
He has collaborated with acoustic guitar giant John Renbourn and renowned late British blues sax player Dick Heckstall-Smith.
Brazilian acoustic guitar duo Duofel record their new album at the Hard Day's Night hotel
For the music store on Dean Street, Newcastle, is giving two lucky readers the chance to win a Fender or a Taylor Acoustic guitar.
TONIGHT Iain Matthews: The Hinckley Act Acoustic Guitar Club, Sketchley Meadows Business Park, Unit 7 Watling Close, Hinckley, 01455 234000.
Ken Hatfield, one of jazz's leading exponents of the acoustic guitar, plays the music of Bill McCormick.
Influences range from electroclash to the Dandy Warhols to the Louvin Brothers on tracks like "Emily Jean Stock," while the standout "Arm and Hammer" haunts with an acoustic guitar intro before segueing into '60s fuzz effects.
Even when he sings sotto voce with just acoustic guitar for accompaniment, intensity tinges his performance.