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PNEUMATIC FOOT PEDAL GUITAR Athens 1988

PNEUMATIC FOOT PEDAL GUITAR Athens 1988
BY: Y. KERTSOPOULOS A guitar possessing the same pedal capabilities as the piano

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KERTSOPOULOS PNEUMATIC FOOT PEDAL GUITAR

Welcome to Kertsopoulos Aesthetics.It includes inventions and constructions in guitars and strings.The history of the guitar includes numerous forms of the body of the guitar, the string quality and quantity and the tuning of the instrument in different ranges. This revival of the many different forms constitutes the "Kertsopoulos Aesthetics".

The kertsopoulos pneumatic foot pedal guitar gives to the guitarist all the pedal interpretational  capabilities offered likewise to the pianist by the piano pedals.

Georgios Kertsopoulos is a Greek-Canadian author, researcher, inventor, guitar soloist, luthier and professor of the guitar. In 1983, he presented his "Mathematic model of the guitar" at the MUSIKMESSE in Frankfurt, a work which received international acclaim and was published by specialist musical and acoustics magazines in Greek by "Sound and Hi-Fi" and in German and English by DAS MUSIKINSTRUMENT in Germany under the title: "The Physics of the Guitar".His research over the years has led him to areas of physics, mathematics, space-time experimentation procedures, gravity-inertia measuring apparatus inventions, etc.His experiences on the matter of space-time comprise a vast field of specific and bordered at a first look objects. On a second look and thought the essence of continuum many a times can be revealed between the bordered differences. This scope of analysis always to be followed by synthesis is his philosophical approach concerning of course the object and the subject.

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