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Fender Telecaster Plus

The Fender Telecaster Plus was a dual-pickup, solid-body electric guitar manufactured by Fender in the United States from the late 80s to the mid 90s. It is a variant of the original Fender Telecaster model, but using Lace Sensor pickups.

James Burton Telecaster

The James Burton Telecaster is a Signature/Artist Series electric guitar made by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. The guitar is available in two models, Upgrade and Standard, and both were designed by American country-rock guitarist James ...

Jim Root Telecaster

The Fender Jim Root Telecaster is James Roots signature model Telecaster. In January 2010, a Jim Root Signature Fender Telecaster was unveiled on the Fender website, similar to the one he has been seen using on stage, as of March 2009. The differ ...

Fender Telecaster Thinline

The Fender Telecaster Thinline is a semi-hollow guitar made by the Fender company. It is a Telecaster with body cavities. Designed by German luthier Roger Rossmeisl in 1968, it was introduced in 1969 and updated in 1972 by replacing the standard ...

Gibson Les Paul Custom

The Gibson Les Paul Custom is a higher-end variation of the Gibson Les Paul guitar. It was developed in 1953 after Gibson had introduced the Les Paul model in 1952.

Bigsby vibrato tailpiece

The Bigsby vibrato tailpiece is a type of mechanical vibrato device for electric guitar designed by Paul Bigsby and produced by the Bigsby Electric Guitar Company. The device allows musicians to bend the pitch of notes or entire chords with their ...

Floyd Rose SpeedLoader

Floyd Rose SpeedLoader is a floating guitar bridge based on the Floyd Rose Original. In development since 1991, it was introduced to the public in 2003. This tremolo was developed in San Diego CA at AJ manufacturing by tool makers Jerry Morhman, ...

Kahler Tremolo System

The Kahler Tremolo System is an electric guitar bridge with a cam operated vibrato arm system. The original flat mount and stud mount models were invented and patented by Dave Storey and licensed to Gary Kahler. Gary Kahler shifted his business m ...

Stetsbar

The Stetsbar Tremolo system is a vibrato bridge system for the electric guitar. Eric Stets developed the device in the late 80s, and patented it in 1995. He originally designed the device to provide a stable vibrato system that could retrofit to" ...

Stoptail bridge

A stoptail bridge used on a solid body electric guitar or archtop guitar is a specialized kind of fixed hard-tail bridge. Hard-tail bridged guitars use different bridges from those guitars fitted with vibrato systems. This is incorrect. The origi ...

TransTrem

TransTrem is a guitar vibrato system developed by Steinberger in 1984. Its main feature is to maintain the pitch of each string at the proper tuning interval to the others when the vibrato is used. This allows entire chords to have their pitch be ...

Tune-o-matic

Tune-o-matic is the name of a fixed or floating bridge design for electric guitars. It was designed by Ted McCarty and introduced on the Gibson Super 400 guitar in 1953 and the Les Paul Custom the following year. In 1955, it was used on the Gibso ...

Bolt-on neck

Bolt-on neck is a method of guitar construction that involves joining a guitar neck and body using screws or bolts, as opposed to glue as with set-in neck joints.

Neck-through

Neck-through or neck-thru is a method of electric guitar or bass guitar construction that involves extending the piece of wood used for the neck through the entire length of the body, essentially making it the core of the body. The strings, fretb ...

Set-in neck

Set-in neck is a method of guitar construction that involves joining neck and body with a tightly fitted mortise-and-tenon or dovetail joint, secured with some sort of adhesive. It is a common belief that this yields a stronger body-to-neck conne ...

Set-through neck

Set-through neck is a method of joining the neck and the body of guitar, effectively combining bolt-on, set-in and neck-through methods. It involves: Glueing setting the long neck inside the deep pocket, as in the set-neck method. A pocket in the ...

Red tulip oak

Argyrodendron peralatum is a species of large trees, of the plant family Malvaceae. The trees are more commonly known as in the red tulip oak or red crowsfoot. They are endemic to northeastern Queensland, Australia between Tully and Cooktown. The ...

Nils Norberg

Nils Norberg is a heavy metal guitarist from Umeå in northern Sweden. He played in the band Nocturnal Rites from 1996-2008. His playing can be heard on the albums Tales of Mystery and Imagination, The Sacred Talisman, Afterlife, Shadowland, New W ...

List of autoharp players

Some notable professional autoharp performers include: June Carter Cash Dax Pierson of Anticon-related groups Subtle, Themselves and 13 & God Jon Anderson Tommy Shaw of Styx Joanna Newsom Pomme Lyle Mays Sylvia Fricker of Ian & Sylvia Avey Tare M ...

Horn Concertos (Mozart)

The Horn Concertos by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were written for his friend Joseph Leutgeb whom he had known since childhood. Leutgeb was a skilled player, as the works are very difficult to perform on the natural horn of the period, requiring lip ...

Rough hedgenettle

Stachys rigida, with the common name rough hedgenettle, is a perennial herb native to the western United States. It grows in foothills, mountains, valleys, and coasts at elevations of 14 to 2340 m. S. rigida blooms in May–July. There are two vari ...

Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra

Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in A-flat major Mendelssohn, by Felix Mendelssohn Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra Poulenc, by Francis Poulenc Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra Vaughan Williams, by Ralph Vaughan Williams Concerto f ...

Bourdon (organ pipe)

Bourdon, bordun, or bordone normally denotes a stopped flute/flue type of pipe in an organ characterized by a dark tone, strong in fundamental, with a quint transient but relatively little overtone development. Its half-length construction make i ...

Cornet (organ stop)

A cornet, or Jeu de Tierce, is a compound organ stop, containing multiple ranks of pipes. The individual ranks are, properly, of flute tone quality but can also be of principal tone. In combination, the ranks create a bright, piquant tone thought ...

Gedackt

Gedackt is the name of a family of stops in pipe organ building. They are one of the most common types of organ flue pipe. The name stems from the Middle High German word gedact, meaning "capped" or "covered".

Plein-jeu

On classical French organs, the plein jeu is a principal-based plenum registration. It includes the Montres, Bourdons, Prestants and Doublettes and the Fournitures and Cymbales. The classical French organ also allows for a reed-based registration ...

En chamade

En chamade refers to powerfully voiced reed stops in a pipe organ that have been mounted horizontally, rather than vertically, in the front of the organ case, projecting out into the church or concert hall. They produce a commanding, loud trumpet ...

Ophicleide (organ stop)

Ophicleide and Contra Ophicleide are powerful pipe organ reed pipes used as organ stops. The name comes from the early brass instrument, the ophicleide, forerunner of the euphonium. The Ophicleide is generally at 16′ pitch, and the Contra Ophicle ...

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