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 +The '''guitar''' is a [[musical instrument]] with ancient roots, used in a wide variety of musical styles, and it is also a [[Classical guitar|solo classical instrument]]. It is recognized as one of the primary instruments in [[blues]], [[country music|country]], [[flamenco]], [[rock music]] and many forms of [[Pop music|pop]].
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The guitar is a musical instrument with ancient roots, used in a wide variety of musical styles, and it is also a solo classical instrument. It is recognized as one of the primary instruments in blues, country, flamenco, rock music and many forms of pop.



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