What kind of electric guitar is a baritone?
A baritone 6-string electric guitar is an electric guitar with a longer scale length and heavier strings—tuned like a standard guitar, but down. They’re known as an extended range instrument and are famous for creating a low, full sound. What tuning is a baritone electric guitar in?
What kind of guitar is a Sweetwater baritone?
You could be the perfect candidate for one of Sweetwater’s value-packed baritone guitars. Baritone guitars, those extended-range strummers and shredders, have been a guitar sessionist’s staple for more than 50 years. A baritone guitar is tuned and tempered exactly like a standard guitar — just down a perfect fourth (BEADF#B).
How many semitones does a baritone guitar need?
On a standard guitar, three or four semitones is about as low as you can downtune before you start facing insurmountable slinkiness. Fortunately, thanks to their extended scale-length, B-tuned baritone guitars give you access to tunings well below standard while keeping your tension up for technical playing styles.
How is a baritone guitar tuned and tempered?
A baritone guitar is tuned and tempered exactly like a standard guitar — just down a perfect fourth (BEADF#B). This means that all your favorite guitar licks, patterns, and chord shapes are instantly compatible with any baritone guitar, and immediately take on a fresh feel and flavor.
What kind of strings do Bari bass ukuleles use?
Bass Ukuleles. Each Bari-Bass ukulele come standard with 20.2″ scale length – offered in a variety of wood options, walnut fingerboard and sturdy die-cast open gear tuners. Luna Ukes expands on our popular line of ukuleles to introduce Bari-Bass ukuleles, strung with Aquila Thundergut strings and equipped with a Fishman Clasica II Preamp system.