Classical Guitar

How they make Classical Guitars

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The best guitar’s come from trees about eight hundred years old trees with enough rings in their trunks to provide word with a tight and straight green would flexible enough to vibrate yet strong enough to withstand the pull of the guitar strings.
up the guitar traveled from North Africa to yourwith a more so invaded Spain in the eighth century
in time the guitar became the signature instrument of Spanish flamenco music and the trademark of the singing cowboy in the nineteen thirties.
The acoustic guitar debuted as a jazz instrument by the nineteen sixties
as the electric guitar took over rock-and-roll the acoustic guitar
remained a staple on the folk music scene
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the you spruce four-seater because those words are lightweight and vibrate well
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using a thirty time press that works like a cookie cutter
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they punch out the shape of the guitar
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the size of a sound hole affects how the guitar will sound
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the larger the whole the more trouble the smaller the whole the more bass
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then the girl on a wood inlaid decoration hola Rosa
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next day make the size of the Qatar the first timers wood pieces in boiling
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water for about 15 seconds
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then place them in a heated pressed to make the curved
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the press applies heat from both the top and the bottom for about a minute
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then they connect the two sides with blocks avoid me to be there mahogany or
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poplar
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one is glued and clamped at the bottom
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the other at the top
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then they go on and clamp on one line in which will connect the sides to the top
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and back
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those little cuts give it flexibility around the curves
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then with a hand router they carefully notched aligning
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to receive four with braces to support the back of the guitar
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strategically placed braces help the top of the Qatar withstand the tension of
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the strings
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they also equalize sound frequencies
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by controlling vibration differently at different spots
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after vacuum press makes the bracing appear evenly
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decal on the top and bottom
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the body of the guitar is now sample
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it goes into a press than a drying rack for several hours
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next they flew in a plastic binding to protect the guitars edges
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then comes a fine sanding next a machine with a special sensor measures the
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precise angle
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which the body and neck of the guitar will later be attached
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the angle is critical for sound quality
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kid rules the holes and sans the pieces accordingly
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next they apply lacquer
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48 codes depending on the finish the fingerboard is made of rosewood or ebony
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the metal frat separate the halftones on a musical scale
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and adjustable rod goes inside the neck this lets the neck adapt to the
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different tensions
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there different types of strings require
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big loser fingerboard on the neck then vacuum press it
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to make sure it hears evenly
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next they installed the machine heads on which the strings will be well
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the run in the next lips into a groove on the body the neck kissed and bolt
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unclamps until the glue dries
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next the glue on the bridge
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securing it was temporary screws and a clamp then they drew on the headstock
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not a hard plastic piece that space is the strings evenly
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next comes the saddle
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then the bridge pains which lock the strings in the bridge
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finally the string the guitar using an electric wider
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because of all the blow drying time it takes three weeks to make invitar
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the wood will become sup learn the more the guitar
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display so as the guitar ages the better
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it will sound