Category:Harp Guitar "Relatives"
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Historical instruments that are NOT harp guitars, but “relatives” or distant “cousins”.
See also category: Harp guitars.
- Gregg Miner (updated: October, 2013). What is a Harp Guitar? - A New Organology of Historical and Modern Harp Guitars and Related Instruments. www.harpguitars.net.
- Gregg Miner (updated: August, 2012). Harp Guitar Organology part 2. www.harpguitars.net. ""
"The Galleries: Photo Reference Library of all Harp Guitar Forms and Examples / Harp Guitars: Form1a, Form1b, Form1c, Form2a, Form2b, Form2c, Form3a, Form3b, Form3c, Form4, Form5, Composite Forms, Other Forms / ...”,
“Related Instruments: ... Hollow-arm Guitars (3 forms), Multi-neck Guitars, Extended Range Guitars, Fretted Harp Guitars, Harpolyres, Sympathetic String Guitars, Lyre Guitars, Harp-Lute Family, Arch-lutes, Arch-citterns, Hybrids of mixed families, Other Instruments in Harp or Hollow-arm Forms, "Harp Guitars" in Name Only / ... / Harp Guitar Family Tree ...”,
“Note to the casual reader: The Reference Galleries in the row below feature historical instruments that are NOT harp guitars, but “relatives” or distant “cousins” – presented on Harpguitars.net for historical and organological comparison."
This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.
- ► Citterns with diapason strings (1 C)
- ► Multiple neck guitars (3 C, 4 F)