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Lyra Guitars?

Unread post by mattinbeloit » Sat Apr 23, 2005 8:52 am

Hey, my dad said the neighbor has a little guitar and case in his garage. In ther guitar there is a sticker that says Lyra made in USA. anyone heard of a Lyra?

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Unread post by mangold » Sat Apr 23, 2005 9:42 am

RCA has a line of digital music players calle lyra

actually the lyra is a different instrument entirely... im pretty sure ive heard of a cross over called a lyra guitar.

or the sticker could have been just randomly stuck on the case
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Unread post by Brock » Sat Apr 23, 2005 3:03 pm

praisedave wrote:RCA has a line of digital music players calle lyra

actually the lyra is a different instrument entirely... im pretty sure ive heard of a cross over called a lyra guitar.

or the sticker could have been just randomly stuck on the case


or you could actually look it up instead of talking out of your ass..

http://www.angelfire.com/music2/jumpcity/lyra1.html
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Unread post by mangold » Sat Apr 23, 2005 7:12 pm

bbatsell wrote:
praisedave wrote:RCA has a line of digital music players calle lyra

actually the lyra is a different instrument entirely... im pretty sure ive heard of a cross over called a lyra guitar.

or the sticker could have been just randomly stuck on the case


or you could actually look it up instead of talking out of your ass..

http://www.angelfire.com/music2/jumpcity/lyra1.html

just fyi i did google it to see if a brand site came up and i found nothing. and im not talking out my ass, here is a list of instruments this string company makes strings for

http://www.pyramidstrings.com/pyramid.html

i believe you'll find both the lyra and the lyra guitar on there.
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lyra guitar

Unread post by fredbob » Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:25 pm

hay i have a lyra that i got from my gramma and i just pulled it out of my attic yesterday and put new strings on it. it sounds great but i was wondering if any of you could help me find how old it is? any help would be good thank you

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Re: lyra guitar

Unread post by bassman462 » Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:20 pm

fredbob wrote:hay i have a lyra that i got from my gramma and i just pulled it out of my attic yesterday and put new strings on it. it sounds great but i was wondering if any of you could help me find how old it is? any help would be good thank you


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Unread post by filmdude100cms » Sun Apr 09, 2006 12:53 am

praisedave wrote:
bbatsell wrote:
praisedave wrote:RCA has a line of digital music players calle lyra

actually the lyra is a different instrument entirely... im pretty sure ive heard of a cross over called a lyra guitar.

or the sticker could have been just randomly stuck on the case


or you could actually look it up instead of talking out of your ass..

http://www.angelfire.com/music2/jumpcity/lyra1.html

just fyi i did google it to see if a brand site came up and i found nothing. and im not talking out my ass, here is a list of instruments this string company makes strings for

http://www.pyramidstrings.com/pyramid.html

i believe you'll find both the lyra and the lyra guitar on there.
dont be an asshole


actually the lyre is what your thinking of, an early form of guitars and such, comes from greek culture.

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