This is the account of the music of the sixties course "Evolution of the Revolution" that we give every semester at Tel Aviv University. The text in the books is my copyright. You are free to read the material on the Ourboox platform, but please do not download or otherwise transfer any…
Guitars usually come in one piece. If someone offers to sell you a guitar in two pieces, then you might want to think twice. It might not be all right.
Guitars usually have six strings. If there are less than six strings, you may be looking at …
a four-string banjo
an old violin (you should never buy an old violin, they were made by hand)
a giant three-string octabass
or a bass on a string.
Don’t buy this, it is a fish and will begin to smell bad after a few days.
Guitars are easy to play.
You can just tap on the wood. That makes a pleasant sound. If you are too lazy to learn, then that is a good place to stop.
You can learn to play chords by holding your fingers properly on the strings. This hand is playing a C chord. If you strummed the guitar, a nice sound would come out.
If this lady wants to sell you a guitar, then I suggest you buy it. Her name is Joni and she would never sell you anything but an excellent guitar. She might even sing you a song she wrote. Or show you the many ways that she tunes her guitars. She is VERY talented.
If this lady offers to sell you a guitar, I suggest you say no. She has been dead for hundreds of years, and her guitar is out of style.
Soon you will be able to read this music and play it on the guitar.
I hope that this little book has helped you choose the right guitar. If it has, please send me ten dollars. If not, please share this book with others who might appreciate it more than you did.
By the way, here is a picture of me. Say hello if we meet somewhere sometime!