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Some Facts about Guitar
The First Guitar was Created in Ancient Egypt
Well… in some senses it was, although the guitar-like instrument created 3,500 years ago (now, that’s a vintage guitar!) is a far cry from the guitars we play today.
It belonged to a singer of the time known as Har-Mose and was made from polished cedar with a rawhide soundboard, featured three strings, and even had a plectrum device attached to the instrument via a chord. This intriguing guitar heirloom is on display in the Archaeological Museum in Cairo.
The World’s Biggest Guitar is 13 Meters Long…
That’s right – the world’s largest guitar, certified by the Guinness Book of World Records, is over 13 meters long (about 43ft). That’s about the length of a bus! Even more impressively, it is more than just a model – it is actually a playable instrument, with each string delivering the correct pitch.
The guitar, which was made by the Academy of Science and Technology in Texas, weighed a whopping 2,255lbs (just over 1,000kgs), took almost a year to build, featured aircraft cable for strings, and was in the iconic shape of a Gibson Flying V.
There’s a Dramatic Story Behind B.B. King’s Lucille
B.B. King famously named his guitars Lucille. The reason? One evening, while playing at a dance in Arkansas, two men began fighting over a woman. The result of this was a barrel of kerosene being knocked over, causing a fire which turned the dance hall into an inferno.
Once outside, King realised he had left his prized Gibson inside, so darted back in to save it. The following morning, he christened his guitar ‘Lucille’, which was the name of the woman who inspired the fight. This was, as the great man himself once said, ‘to remind me never to do a thing like that again.’