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  • Guitar - Wikipedia article describes the guitar family and its history; also links to related articles and external resources.
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  • The Guitar Pre-1650 - The guitar and its predecessors: a small history.
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  • GuitarNation.com - A virtual gallery featuring a range of custom and hand-made guitars - nylon/steel string, acoustic/electric, archtop, bass, and historic recreations.
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  • GuitarSite.com - A resource for guitar enthusiasts. Includes newsletter, guitar history, interviews, tablature, directory, MP3s and chat.
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  • Harmony Database - For enthusiasts of Harmony guitars, a database of specifications and photos; includes acoustic and electric models, listed by model number, brand name and family.
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  • How Stuff Works: Guitar - Graphic seven-part tutorial on how acoustic and electric guitars work; includes sounds and a page of related links.
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  • MoMI - The virtual Museum of Musical Instruments focuses on old guitars showing collections and exhibitions with different themes.
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  • Vintage Guitars and Basses - Information and photos of instruments by major companies like Fender, Gibson and Rickenbacker, as well as many smaller brands.
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  • Vintage Guitars and Basses - Information and photos of instruments by major companies like Fender, Gibson and Rickenbacker, as well as many smaller brands.
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  • Vintage Guitars Info - A collector provides an illustrated guide to vintage guitars (acoustic, electric, resonator and steel). Includes related articles.
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  • VintAxe.com - Collection of some lesser known vintage guitars produced from the 1950's to the 1990's with catalog scans, pictures and a message board.
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