We apply the term "baritone guitar" only to guitars tuned to a pitch range in between the standard guitar and the bass guitar. Baritone guitars are usually tuned a fourth or fifth (A or B) below the standard guitar. This site will concentrate on the six-string baritone guitar, but I am sure that much of the information will also be relevant to players of seven-string guiars and Bass VI style six-string bass guitars.
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In the future we will be covering the following topics: methods for amplifying baritone guitars, best effects for baritones,recordings with baritone guitar, plus reviews and much more.
So stay tuned!Your feedback and questions will guide the future of this site. -Mike 064 Freeman
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