The Hawaiian Steel Guitar and Its Great Hawaiian Musicians

The Hawaiian Steel Guitar and Its Great Hawaiian Musicians

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(Fretted). The term qsteel guitarq can refer to instruments with multiple tunings, 6 to 14 strings, and even multiple fretboards. To add even more confusion, the term qHawaiian guitarq refers to an instrument played flat on the lap with a steel bar outside of Hawaii, but in Hawaii, it is the early term for the slack key guitar. Lorene Ruymar clears up the confusion in her new book that takes a look at Hawaiian music; the origin of the steel guitar and its spread throughout the world; Hawaiian playing styles, techniques and tunings; and more. Includes hundreds of photos, a foreword by Jerry Byrd, and a bibliography and suggested reading list.Electric. Bass. By Paul H. aquot;Budaquot; Tutmarc aquot;I have been urged by many persons over the years to write the TRUE FACTS regarding the creation of the very first electric guitar ... He was encouraged to see if he could build his own magnetic pickup.

Title:The Hawaiian Steel Guitar and Its Great Hawaiian Musicians
Author: Lorene Ruymar
Publisher:Centerstream Publications - 1996

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