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Question 1: A guitarist "playing legs" plays a sequence of chords or arpeggios which embody the ________ or "changes" that support the melody lines performed by the other instruments or voices.
Twelve-bar bluesCadence (music)Chord progressionAndalusian cadence

Question 2: Rhythm guitarists may employ an electric acoustic guitar or a ________-equipped electric guitar for a richer and fatter output.
Gibson Les PaulPickup (music technology)HumbuckerFender Stratocaster

Question 3: In the most commercially available and consumed genres, ________ tend to dominate their acoustic cousins in both the recording studio and the live venue.
Electric guitarBass guitarElectric Guitar DesignLead guitar

Question 4: However the acoustic guitar remains a popular choice in country, western and especially ________, and is used almost exclusively in folk music.
BanjoCybergrassBluegrass musicOld-time music

Question 5: In some cases, the chord progression is implied with a simplified sequence of two or three notes, sometimes called a "________", that is repeated throughout the composition.
MusicBluesJazzOstinato

Question 6: In ________, the role of rhythm guitar is most often to provide the chord sequence or "progression" of a composition, frequently providing the rhythm or "beat" as well, usually as part of a rhythm section.
Song structure (popular music)Musical formThirty-two-bar formPopular music

Question 7:
Rhythm guitar is the use of a ________ to provide rhythmic chordal accompaniment for a singer or other instruments in a musical ensemble.
Classical guitarGuitarElectric guitarBass guitar







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