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D Smith Wildlife
(406) 585-8493
709 Limestone Rd
Bozeman, MT
 
Sacred Images
(406) 587-9621
821 W Mendenhall St
Bozeman, MT
 
Kim Goselin
(406) 582-9599
1716 W Main St
Bozeman, MT
 
3rd Chapter Tattooing
(406) 586-8228
703 W Mendenhall St
Bozeman, MT
 
Bozemans Tattoo Alley
(406) 522-8287
260 E Main St
Bozeman, MT
Hours
Tuesday-SaturdayNoon-Eight

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The Element
(406) 582-9599
1716 W Main St Ste 8e
Bozeman, MT
 
D Smith Wildlife
(406) 585-8493
709 Limestone Rd
Bozeman, MT
 
Sic Tattoos && Body Piercing
(406) 586-1176
1432 W Babcock St
Bozeman, MT
 
Flesh Factory Tattoo Llc
(406) 582-4933
81807 Gallatin Rd
Bozeman, MT
 
TNT Tattoo
(406) 446-9124
523 S Adams Ave
Luther, MT
 
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Guitar tattoos

Tattoo designs - G >> G uitar

Guitar tattoo designs Guitar Tattoo Designs - As a musical instrument the guitar has a history which goes back nearly three thousand years. Guitars come in two varieties, the first of which is the acoustical guitar having a flat-backed rounded body that narrows in the middle, a long fretted neck, and usually six strings, played by strumming or plucking. The body of an acoustic guitar is hollow and the sound is produced by the reverberations of sound produced when the strings vibrate.

An electric guitar usually has a solid body with a device known as a pickup - a magnet surrounded by wire - which picks up the vibrations of the guitar strings and sends them to an amplifier which is then sent to the speakers where they are converted into sound.

A Guitar tattoo design is a favorite of musicians, with designs of electrical guitars far out-numbering their acoustical brethren. Electric guitars tend to be more popular with rock musicians, acoustic guitars with Country & Western music enthusiasts and classical musicians, and lovers of Folk Music and Flamenco.

Similar in nature but with very different sounds, are musical instruments like the lute and the banjo. These instruments speak to the long and romantic history of troubadours and musicians, who often lived a nomadic existence traveling between country and market fairs all over the world when not performing in the courts of the nobility or the taverns and meeting places of th...

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