Who invented the guitar amplifier?

Answer Leo Fender, a pioneer in electric guitars, invented the guitar amplifier. Fender began building guitar amplifiers during the World War II era by adapting RCA tube application manuals. Prior to sta... Read More »

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Who invented the guitar windmill?

Keith Richards is the guitarist for the Rolling Stones, the English rock band. He invented the guitar windmill. Pete Townshend, the guitarist for the Who, popularized the guitar windmill; he saw Ke... Read More »

Who invented the first guitar amplifier?

Electric guitars and their accompanying amplifiers were developed in conjunction with each other, so the actual inventor of the guitar amplifier is a matter of debate. Leo Fender is generally credi... Read More »

When was the bass guitar invented?

The invention of the bass guitar as we known it today was a gradual progression from the first electric double bass to a fretted instrument that looks like and is played like an electric guitar. Th... Read More »

What person invented the guitar?

An Italian named Gaetano Vinaccia is credited with inventing the acoustic guitar in 1779, according to A National Public Radio report by Christopher Joyce credits George Beau... Read More »