- Gregg Miner. Organology: Harp Guitar "Relatives" - Extended Range Guitars (also known as "Multi-stringed Guitars" or "Multi-course Guitars"*). www.harpguitars.net. "Note to the casual reader or researcher: This Reference Gallery features historical instruments that are not harp guitars, but “relatives” or distant “cousins” – presented on Harpguitars.net for historical and organological comparison.”, “Not to be confused with harp guitars, these are "extended-range" guitars with extra bass strings beyond the standard guitar's low E string (though some may be tuned higher than this low E). They are: / • Fully fretted across all courses (7, 8 and 10 are common) / • Every string is designed to have one or more of its frets utilized (fingered) / • The player frets (stops with a left hand finger) every string in actual practice / Note: For instruments where one or more fretted strings are not fingered, see Fretted Harp Guitars."
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