Who Invented the Guitar?


The origin of the guitar is in Spain where the word “guitar” is derived from the Spanish word “guitarra”. It was introduced in Spain by the Romans who came to Spain in 40 AD and it was used mainly for entertainment purposes or during festivals.
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Time Frame. The guitar was invented, in its earliest stage, in 1779 by a Neapolitan named Gaetano Vinaccia. It was a derivative of the mandolin, which the Vinaccia family was renowned
George Beauchamp created and produced an electric Hawaiian lap steel guitar - solid neck and body, cast of aluminum - in 1931, which Rickenbacker sold the following year. Other companies
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The guitar evolved out of several other instruments, but what we consider a guitar today dates back to the 14th century.
The exact person who invented the guitar is not well known but the history of the guitar can be traced back to the 15th century. The instruments roots are in Spain where it is thought to have been invented by the people of Malaga.
Some reports say that the six stringed guitar was invented in 1771 by Gaetano Vinaccia. However the first one was invented by George Beauchamp in 1931. The guitar dates its roots in Spain; there are different types of guitars such as the acoustic, electric, classical etc.
George Beuachamp is credited with the invention of the guitar. However the guitar has been around for several thousands of years. There is evidence that a similar instrument was used in the 12th century.
The guitar is said to have been invented by Gustav Morrison. He invented the guitar, as we know it, in 1638. Mr. Morrison was born in the country of Germany.
The invention of the guitar can be traced back to Spain. However, it cannot be traced back further than the 15th Century. It is reported to have been invented by the people of Malaga.
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