Kithára

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  • Start of a New Story
  • Her First Promises
  • Kithára is the daughter of Apollo and Aphrodite. Shortly after Aphrodite had her she and Apollo parted ways and she left Apollo to take care of her. Apollo was happy he got to keep his daughter, but he was still sad about Aphrodite leaving him.
  • Apollo's Jealousy Turned into Musical Progress
  • Apollo had Polyphemus make a crib and a never ending music box for Kithára. Apollo gave her his old lyre so that she could play it when she got old enough to play it.
  • Kitháratheos's Attempt to Make her Name as a Musical Goddess
  • When Kithára was old enough to play the lyre Apollo let her play it. He was shocked when she played it and was almost as good as he was at playing the lyre. Apollo was jealous immediately and he got the idea to make a new instrument so that he is still the best lyre player.
  • The Other God's Concerns
  • He started trying to make a new instrument and failed at least 100 times. Some of the failed instruments are what we now know as the violin, cello, and bass guitar. He finally perfected an instrument he called and acoustic guitar.
  • After about two centuries Kithára starting getting tired of the acoustic guitar and she wanted to show that she doesn't need any help making her own instruments and unique music. So, she started to tinker around and try to make her own instruments . When she finally got an instrument the way she wanted it and perfect for her, she made a box that would make the sound louder and allow her to change how it sounded. The guitar she made was called the electric guitar and she called the box an amplifier.
  • When Kithára first played the electric guitar she built with the amplifier she made it made a noise so loud that the other gods thought Zeus dropped one of his thunderbolts on the ground and it went off. The other gods came and ran to Kithára and found her with her invention in hand and a smile on her face.
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