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Published on February 15, 2014

Author: Nicheguitars

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Whether it’s a leading musical band or a less recognized band, the one thing both of them have in common is an electrical guitar. The definition of the guitar is completely changed in this modern era. Now, electrical guitar is among the most popular musical instruments. Here are 7 guitars which changed the history of music.

Electric Guitars -Revolutionized the music industry

The Gibson Flying V The first model of Gibson guitar came into existence in 1957. Gibson wanted to create a guitar that had ultramodern design. In 1960, Flying V was removed from Gibson’s catalogue. After that Gibson redesigned the same guitar with some alterations.

The Fender Stratocaster Leo Fender, after the successful launch of Telecaster, introduced a new guitar called Stratocaster. This was a double cutaway guitar which used to provide enough space to the player for hand movements which makes it very easy for playing with “high” notes.

The Gibson SG Double neck In 1958, Gibson introduced a new guitar which was different from his previous creations. It was equipped with a unique structure and more importantly, Double neck. The guitar top neck includes twelve string and bottom sector includes six strings that provides variations while playing different notes.

The Fender Telecaster This is one of the most popular guitars in the world. It’s simple design and solid body attracts many music players around the globe. Over the past fifty years, Telecaster guitar has gone through many changes in terms of design and structure.

The Gretsch White Falcon In 1955, a guitar “The Dream Guitar” came into existence. Like Flying V, this guitar was also marketed as “the future guitar”. This guitar brought a revolution to music industry. Although it’s an expensive toy but every guitar enthusiast desires to have one.

Gibson Explorer Gibson developed a guitar which has an airplane-looking shape. This guitar was popular among heavy metal guitarists because of it’s design and shape. Some big custom cloned companies were also attracted towards it.

BC Rich Warlock In the era of 1970, B.C Rich introduced an incredibly unusual shaped guitar. Later this guitar was popular among heavy metal bands like Megadeth, Danzig, Warrant, Poison, etc.

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