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Date: 05/11/12 04:00 PM

11 Responses to Super Mario Bros. 3 Medley

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    fancylad Male 30-39
    18940 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 12:41 am
    Link: Super Mario Bros. 3 Medley - I usually want to slit my wrists when I hear classical guitar, but this is top shelf acoustic shredding.
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    patchouly Male 40-49
    4746 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 4:37 pm
    Slit your wrists? Classical guitar is a beautiful thing.
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    swoop408 Male 18-29
    1754 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 4:49 pm
    You seriously don`t like these types of guitars? They`re way harder to play than an electric guitar and sound better too.
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    Fancysucksss Male 18-29
    1048 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 5:28 pm
    How do you not like classical guitar. It is as much fun to play as it is to listen. It`s all amazing technique..shame on you fancy
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    Corpsecrank Male 30-39
    930 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 5:34 pm
    "They`re way harder to play than an electric guitar and sound better too."

    LOL What? Both have 6 strings and are played exactly the same. Put the pipe down ok? The sound produced is subject entirely to person taste it is not a fact that acoustic sounds better to everyone if that were true there would be no need for electric guitars would there... Come to think of it an electric can sound exactly like an acoustic but the same does not work in reverse.
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    Rodsnapper Male 50-59
    2 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 6:14 pm
    Those are classical style ELECTRIC guitars. Effects can be used and they are easier. Bar chords anyone? You don`t hear many players that can play a classical well in a week of practice.
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    Deux Female 30-39
    7 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 8:07 pm
    To Mr CorpseCrank:

    Just FYI.. Before YOU start scolding someone you should get your facts straight.
    Acoustic Guitar does NOT = Classical guitar
    Classical guitars have completely different bodies and use completely different strings.....

    Just sayin....
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    thelonious Male 40-49
    3286 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 8:29 pm
    Lots of losers at the game of music here
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    tommy2X4 Male 50-59
    3447 posts
    May 11, 2012 at 9:53 pm
    I always wanted a stand-updouble bass.
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    SmagBoy1 Male 40-49
    4432 posts
    May 12, 2012 at 5:17 am
    A little Guitar 101. The one to our left is a classical guitar (uses nylon strings, typically wider fret board, lower string tension, etc.) and the one in the middle is a standard steel string acoustic guitar (higher tension strings, narrower fret board). Steel string acoustics really *are* a bit more difficult to play than a nylon string classical or electric because the tension is noticeably higher on the steel string. Both are easy enough, though.

    As for sound, via electronics, an electric can be made to sound like an acoustic, but, too, an acoustic, with a pick-up, can actually BE an electric guitar. The pick-up is what *makes* it an electric guitar, not the body. You guys are talking about the difference between solid body and hollow body guitars. Electrics are typically solid body and acoustics are hollow body. There are also semi-hollow body guitars, electric/acoustic guitars, etc. I`ll post links if necessary.
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    SmagBoy1 Male 40-49
    4432 posts
    May 12, 2012 at 5:23 am
    As for acoustics and body shapes/sizes, they vary as much as electrics do. From the beginning guitars have been made in different sizes and shapes, with the sound hold different places, different bracing inside, etc. There is no one single "classical guitar shape" any more than there`s one electric guitar shape.

    There are lots more difference, of course (we could get into truss rods, the different types of pick-ups, semi-hollow-body guitars, etc.--far too big a subject to discuss in 1000 character bursts).

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