(I hope my guitar didn’t get left off of this list, but that’s a whole other story.)
To start with, there aren’t just “beautiful” instruments—everyone can play an instrument well. Even the hardest-working musicians don’t need to be the best or even the most “beautiful” instruments (that goes for any musician). No, an instrument is important to them just as much as they are to us, but it’s only important when it’s the very best instrument on offer right in front of them.
Here are my top five reasons why I think the best instrument in the world is the guitar.
It’s amazing! Guitarists can make the sounds of God!
I mentioned in an earlier article that a lot of our music is created using a kind of magical resonance or resonance-type effects that are created by our instruments. And I’m not talking about the kind of hum from a violin that you can only hear while playing “violinized” (which I highly encourage you to try, it’s really amazing). I’m talking about the kind of harmonics you hear when you play the right guitar on a bass guitar and that happens when you play a guitar. I can’t tell you how often I have the question, “Why do you want to do this?”
It’s the most beautiful and most powerful instrument ever devised.
Here I’m talking about how much it sounds like the angel Gabriel. It’s so powerful it sounds like the angel Gabriel!
You can pick your instrument; you can play an instrument that is better and more powerful but if you play to get to a certain point in your performance, that point won’t stay there! You can find that kind of sound in the best of all scales but it will lose a lot of its magic when you don’t play with enough breath or patience before you hit all the higher notes. The best guitar player could play the most powerful piece of music with just one string, but he can only do it with half that!
You can play the most challenging pieces of music with this instrument. I know I did! But if you’re going to write challenging music, one would think that the best instrument would do that most. It doesn’t! I can hear that a lot when I listen to some of the great classical guitarists. They really play all the scales with full breath on the strings because they need all of the upper ranges and it gives them the ability to hold
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