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Just thought I'd point out a few exceptions. This might seem like an anti-answer but it complements the list of 'norms' already provided and underlines that you can play anything on anything, but there will be a 'slant' to it, which is sometimes desirable ! The Cult - Billy Duffy uses a Gretch White Falcon usually associated with jazz/rockabilly Tenacious ...


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This is an incomplete list. Please edit it to add extra models/styles! Roughly ordered historically, by first appeareance of the type: Lap steel guitars, apart from being a clichee of Hawaii sound, are mostly found in countless country songs. Their particular twang-slide sound, often in thirds and fourths, is very distinctive even in comparison with other ...


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Some established el. guitar designs have certain characteristics that makes them more suitable to certain genres generally speaking. Here are some examples: Twin-humbucker Les Pauls are generally quite high-output and full sounding, making them rather rock and heavy rock orientated. Fender Telecasters have a distinct nasal twang that has long been ...



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