English guitar is a stringed instrument, a type of sister (or cittern), which was popular in many places in Europe from around 1750-1850. The instrument was also known in Norway as a guitarre. There are many examples in Norwegian museums, including at the Norsk Folkemuseum. The English guitar has a pear-shaped body, a flat base, and a short neck.
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