Who Invented the First Acoustic Guitar?

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The first acoustic guitar was invented in 1779 by Gaetano Vinaccia. The guitar works on acoustic methods for it to project the sound of the strings which can be amplified using piezo and magnetic pickups. The guitars are louder and have brighter sounds than classical guitars.
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The first acoustic guitar was invented by Les Paul. However, this is only a speculation as some historians claim that the first acoustic guitar derived in Italy.
Though it is widely debated among historians, many believe the acoustic guitar was invented in the 18th century by an Italian man named Gaetano Vinaccia.
Good question, but there is no answer. The guitar evolved from stringed instruments around many thousands of years ago. In 1779 in Italy Gaetano Vinaccia made an instrument that resembles today's version.
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Gaetano Vinaccia, an Italian gentleman, has been pointed by many guitar history books as the inventor of the acoustic guitar. With the help of his family, he later ...
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