The banjo has it's origins in Africa. Coming in four and five string versions the Banjo is a skin stretched around a circular snare drum like frame.
The Classical Guitar, also known as the Spanish Guitar, refers to both the classical playing style and the physical construction of the guitar type.
A Didgeridoo is an ancient Australian instrument, possibly one of the oldest instruments in the world. It is made from a termite hollowed Eucalyptus branch.
Dreadnought is an acoustic guitar body type typically found on steel string guitars. The design was originally created by Martin Guitars in the 1900s.
Educated Thumb (Guitar)
Educated Thumb: The palm is wrapped around the guitar neck and the thumb is used in conjunction with other fingers to form a chord or play a melody.
The Stratocaster is an electric solid-body guitar introduced in the mid-1950s by Fender as a followup to the Telecaster with 3 pickups and a vibrato unit.
The Fender Telecaster is a first choice for country, blues and classic rock electric guitarists. It has two single coil pickups giving the guitar a twangy tone.
A hurdy gurdy is a stringed instrument. A crank is turned, bowing strings to create a drone. Melodies are played by fingering a keyboard.
This sweet shred machine is good for more than just metal. The Ibanez S470DXQM can be used in a wide variety of musical styles and boasts a Floyd Rose ZR trem.
The mandolin is an eight stringed instrument. The strings are in four pairs and are typically tuned G D A E. The strings are plucked and strummed.