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Guitar wall rack $129 www.guitarsite.co... The Pro-File Wall Mounted Guitar Display is hand made in the USA. This wall rack can hold up to four guitars and tilts them with enough angle to conserve space and to showcase both the fronts and sides of your beloved instruments. The Pro-File features a nice looking rosette inlay and v-grooved F Hole design. Although this not as stable as ground based guitar racks, it keeps your instruments out of the reach of toddlers and pets.
Found by American archaeologists between the Tigris & Euphrates rivers, the discovery made of ancient Nippur, a city of ancient Babylon (The oldest culture of humanity - the Sumerians) according to Talmudic tradition "Calneh in the land of Shinar" one of the four capitols in Nimrods realm (Genisis x, 10). Now in Philladelphia Museum
Here is a LONGED NECKED LUTE type instrument shown on a terre-cotta plaque from Babylon, and dates from the early SECOND MILLENIUM BC! (circa 1250 b.c.) The instrument has an acute angle at the head, hence the "lute type" description. The player is wearing a kilt. I will dare to speculate that the "object" in the background is a "STILL" so you can speculate what he is singing about. Now in the British Museum
: The next stringed instrument with fingerboard is from two Hittite sculptures (circa 1500 BC). The first was found at Sendschirli in North Syria by German archeologists. When Sendschirli was at its peak it was a "Royal" Residence. The stringed instrument has a strap and rests on the players knee. The "bearded" player is shown with eyes fixed on the playing fingers of the left hand. The Gate Relief from Sendschirli - now in the Vorasiatische Museum - Berlin
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