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    play the guitar, or would like to play the guitar. There are equally as many people claiming to have the "miracle" training course that will have you "playing like the pros" in a week (or some other ridiculous time frame). That's impossible and here's why... What if I told you I had an 18 part video series that will teach you how to do brain surgery in 7 days or less. Would you buy it? Would you trust yourself to perform the surgery on another human being? Now granted, that is an extreme example, but the point is there are too many factors involved in playing the guitar to learn in a week. So who am I to tell you anything? Well, I am a retired homicide detective sergeant who has spent his…

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    Guitar History

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    The guitar comes a long way in history. The actual Spanish vihuela is obviously a great advanced form relating to the ancestral guitar along with the modern electric guitar, as well as lute-style tuning as well as a tiny, however guitar-like shape. Instrument-makers together with acoustic guitar music begun to thrive within Europe. Musical instruments, virtually comparable to what we often called the "guitar" already are famous between 400-500 decades. The guitar includes a very beautiful…

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    Sandra Bland Case

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    The case involving Sandra Bland and the Texas trooper Brian T. Encinia has been analyzed but the proof of Bland’s death still remains a mystery today. The case involving Bland and Encinia started when she was pulled over during a traffic stop. Encinia and Bland both escalated the situation that led to her arrest and later death. I think they are both guilty in their actions of making things worse during the traffic stop. In the past when people have been put in jail some have died there.…

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    The Suzuki Method

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    The idea of a String Methods class in undergraduate study is to explore the different approaches that happen around the world. There will be some methods more renowned than others, and of course, those will prevail and outshine the rest. However, this class will go into specific details of the classical instruments like Violin, Viola, Cello, and String Bass and how they are used throughout these String Methods. Consequently, these string instruments play a huge role in the music world around us;…

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    background music, or just to sing along to in the show. For my first piece, I chose Japanese Metal. The song is titled ‘Megitsune” by the group Baby Metal. The song uses very heavy electronic beats along with deep- sounding electric guitar riffs and traditional Japanese folk music. The piece was also very syncopated and upbeat.The first few seconds it gave the impression that it was just going to be pure electric beats. As the song progressed, It fused into a very heavy hard metal sound.…

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    Since the beginning of the 12th century, the guitar has been noted as one of the most popular Western musical, string instrument; it is used in a wide variety of musical genres worldwide. However, on the other hand, most people cannot easily recognize the Western guitar’s Eastern counterpart – the Gu Zheng. Originally found during the Warring States Period in Ancient China (475 to 221 BC), the Gu Zheng gradually became a prominent musical instrument within Asian culture. However, though…

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    Wolf Suppressor Essay

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    The purpose of this experiment was to determine the most effective position and mass of a wolf tone eliminator for effectively suppressing the wolf so that it was undetectable to the human ear and, hopefully, completely suppressed. All correctly-proportioned and good quality violoncellos create an unusual phenomenon called a wolf tone when a certain pitch on the instrument is played, and the pitch at which the wolf occurs differs between instruments. On a well-crafted violoncello, this tone…

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    Peter Sawchyn

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    Firm Overview and Introduction to the Case This case was about a forty-year old small business that faced managerial challenges by expanding. Sawchyn Guitars was founded by Peter Sawchyn in 1970. It was a small private business solely owned and operated by Peter Sawchyn and his wife Kendra Sawchyn. The company deals with two main products: acoustic guitars and mandolins. (Woodwark, Wong, p.2). All the models of guitars and mandolins could be custom ordered, repaired and upgraded per customer’s…

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    Boo Radley Biography

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    with the 4th kid coming. Bo went to the high school called Foster Vocational High School. This place is significant because this is where he learn how to make his experimental and creative guitar and violin .Did you know that Bo Diddley himself wanted his children to get an outstanding education so he stole the right for his million dollar to make it that his children got education ? Diddley born as a musical kid at the age 7-15 he played the trombone and the violin, and at 12 he played the…

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    ACDC was a rock band formed in 1973 during the postmodern era. It was considered one of the best loved bans. The band consists of Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Stevie Young, Chris Slade, Cliff Williams, Bon Scott, Malcolm Young, and Phil Rudd. Although, the first members were Angus and Malcolm young who are brothers. They formed the band when they moved to Australia. The band is known as a hard rock band or blues rock. Their band had the most effect on the music world for many reasons. Their…

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