Which instrument is best for the dance?

The question of which instrument is the best for dancing has never been clearer.

But it’s no longer the case.

A new study suggests that the best instrument for dancing could be an acoustic guitar.

And its origins date back decades.

The research, published in the journal Behavioural Brain Research, found that an acoustic instrument can make people feel “more relaxed, more comfortable, more creative, and more emotionally stable”, the researchers said.

Its makers believe acoustic guitars are a good choice for dance because of their low price, ease of use and flexibility.

“There’s a lot of anecdotal evidence that there’s a ton of music out there, but acoustic guitars seem to be the ones that really seem to help us get to where we want to go,” said co-author Ian Tompkins.

The study was led by Dr Tompinks.

Dr Tompinski is an associate professor of music and performance at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he has been studying music for over a decade.

He said the research found that acoustic guitars could have a positive impact on mood and energy levels.

“They are good at relaxing you, they’re good at creating energy,” he said.

“So it’s a little bit of a paradox.

They can make you feel a lot more relaxed and a little more at ease.”

Dr Tombes said people with musical experience had long been using acoustic guitars in dance classes and dance workshops.

“If you have a bunch of people playing a bunch a different instrument, they get to know each other,” he explained.

“And they are able to really feel and create different emotions with their music, and so they are not only really good at dancing, they are also really good musicians.”

The research also found that students who were taught to play an acoustic in a dance class were more likely to perform well in the same class.

“The students who learned the acoustic were also more likely than the other students to perform very well in those same classes,” Dr Tombys said.

Dr David Krumholz, a music educator at the Royal College of Music in the UK, said the findings suggested acoustic guitars might be useful for people with a musical background.

“It’s not necessarily the only instrument that works,” he told ABC News.

“Some people might find it’s the best option for their personality.”

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