For informational sites about the acoustic guitar (the instrument, not guitarists).Acoustic guitars are guitars primarily constructed of wood and strung with 6 or 12 steel or nylon strings which do not require the use of amplification to be heard.
Sites selling items online should be sent to Shopping
Sites with walk in stores should be sent to the appropriate locality in Regional
Sites about Guitar players should be submitted to the appropriate Guitarist category.
For sites that primarily exist as a forum or a discussion board about guitars or guitar playing. Sites with additional content should be categorized elsewhere. Acoustic-only forums are listed in their own sub-category.There is currently no description created for this category.
Please submit only informational sites about the classical guitar. Sites selling products which can be purchased from home should be submitted to Shopping. Sites for walk-in stores should be submitted to the appropriate locality in Regional.The modern Classical Guitar has six strings, usually of nylon (once of gut). The wooden resonating chamber is commonly made of rosewood, with a thin pliant top and a flat back. The neck is relatively broad, with 12 frets.
Please submit to the appropriate sub category if available.
Please submit only informational sites about the electric guitar. Collections and picture galleries without additional content or special focus should be submitted to Personal Pages.Instead of a hollow resonant box the electric guitar uses electro-magnetic pickups and electronics to amplify the vibration of the strings. While some have hollow bodies (so-called semi-acoustics or archtops), most are solid.
Sites selling products which can be purchased from home should be submitted to Shopping. Sites for walk-in stores should be submitted to the appropriate locality in Regional. Manufacturer and company sites are listed in their appropriate subcategories.
Please submit to the appropriate subcategory if available.
Guitarists will be listed according to the style in which they play. Exceptionally, we will consider listing a guitarist in an instrument category.Guitarists play the guitar - but not all people who play the guitar will be considered for listing in this category. We will consider listings for guitarists of significance - guitarists with national/international careers and/or significant recording careers; or those who have made a particularly strong contribution to the revival/development of a particular instrument of the guitar family.
Guitarists with local careers and amateur guitarists should consider submitting sites to a locality in Regional, or to the Guitar/Personal_Pages category.
Singer-songwriters should consider an appropriate category in Arts/Music/Styles.
Repair work, wholesalers, retailers, music stores, not accepted. Search DMOZ first before submitting for most appropriate category. Please ensure your website has full content before submitting. Under construction sites will not be approved until complete. Sites which immediately redirect to other sites will not be approved.You must be a luthier/instrument builder to be included in this category.
Please include Luthier''s full name in description field when submitting.
Only for guitar accessory manufacturers. If you manufacture both guitars and accessories please submit to Guitar Manufacturers.Sites of businesses that mass- or factory-produce guitars.
Walk-in stores should be submitted to the appropriate sub category for location in Regional.
Sites that focus on online shopping should be submitted to Shopping.
Fee-paying guitar education services and products are listed in related shopping categories, and guitar tutors are listed in their locality in Regional.Many styles have music have come to almost unimaginable without the contribution of the guitar, and specific styles of playing. This category includes general informational sites about guitar playing styles, and free, online learning resources covering guitars and guitar playing.
Sites offering sales of Tablature/Tab should be offered to the relevant Shopping category.For sites which offer free music written in Tablature/Tab, for the guitar in a variety of styles.
Sites for publishers of Tablature should be offered to Business/Publishing_and_Printing/Publishing/Music/.
This notation is often used as an alternative to "standard Western" notation for stringed instrument players who wish to complement learning their music by ear, or who do not "read music".
The standard elements of Tablature notation are that each line represents a string, and the finger-placing/fret is shown. Representation of key, timing, tempo, phrasing, and technique is not standardized.