Is there a such thing as a guitar mixed with a piano?
I thought of inventing a piano mixed with a guitar. I did some research but all I could find was a keytar, which isn't a true piano. I'd like to know if there is a such thing as a guitar mixed with a piano.
- steveLv 78 months ago
Do a search for --
Roland GR-55 Instruments Music Demo ( Part 1. ) 1:5 YouTube
Roland GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer "Piano Sounds" YouTube
Roland GR-55 Concert Grand Piano Sound YouTube
Roland GR-55 vs Boss SY-300: What they can and can't do YouTube --- at 9m09sec
or Guitar Synthesizer Piano
- gregory_dittmanLv 78 months ago
It's called a harp.
- CharlesLv 58 months ago
There was once a guitar that sounded like an organ. I don't remember what it was called. There was not much demand for it. You can find something called a vox on youtube but it's not the same as the guitar-organ I heard once.
- marsLv 78 months ago
The Yamaha and Alesis Vortex are good Keytars. The Roland Ax-Edge can be programmed for 88 keys.
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- MordentLv 78 months ago
It depends what you mean by mixed.
If you mean mixing the way they produce their sound then you either have a keyboard instrument that plucks the strings like a guitar - so a harpsichord - or a stringed instrument that produces sound by hammering the strings - so a dulcimer.
Both of those instruments actually predate the piano - by 2000 years or so in the case of the dulcimer.
- KathyLv 78 months ago
No, there isn't, and I doubt it can be invented.
- 8 months ago
There are electronic pianos with guitar instruments programmed in if that helps.