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Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitar Guitar Site dedicated to all types of fingerstyle guitar. You'll find high quality Fingerstyle TAB and MIDI in the Blues, Jazz, Celtic, and Contemporary styles. There is also tutorials, forums, and book/video/software reviews.

Acoustic Guitar Store Guitar The Largest Selection of Handmade Guitars & Mandolins in the Country. Canada's largest dealer for Calton Cases.

Acoustic Guitarists' Annotated Guide to the Internet General Instruments Lots of guitar nurd stuff in here. Includes technique, technology, on-line music and more!

Alden and Cali Hackmann's Hurdy-gurdy Site Misc. Instruments.

All Guitar Chords Guitar Chord finder, including split chords and chord variations. Also features standard and exotic guitar scales.

American Banjo Makers - Civil War to WWII Banjo A listing of makers from the Civil War to WWII with dates of manufacture.

American Nyckelharpa Association Misc. Instruments.

Ancestral Instruments Misc. Instruments Reeds and strings from the Romans to the Renaissance. Great photos and sound files. David Marshall has been quite cordial via e-mail. Where else can you find a bagged shawm fitted with a pig's bladder?

Antique Vintage Guitar Collecting Instrument Related Everything you ever wanted to know about vintage Martin, Gibson and many more.

Antique Vintage Guitar Collecting Guitar Everything you ever wanted to know about vintage Martin, Gibson and many more.

Apple Mountain Music The finest folk music store in the Southwest. Site features information on instruments for playing folk, Celtic, ethnic and traditional music, including the Celtic Harp / folk harp, mountain dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, bodhran, mandolin, banjo, bouzouki, guitar, tin whistle and Irish flute, harmonica, ocarina, autoharp, psaltery, ukulele, fiddle, recorder and Native American flute.

Art of Inlay General Instruments Everything you could ever want to know about how to do inlay work on stringed instruments.

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