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Guitar Knowledge

What are pick-ups? Little microphones used to amplify the sound made by an electronic guitar.
Why does the electronic guitar's body not have to be hollow similar to an Acoustic guitar? Electronic guitars have pick-ups which amplify the sound for them instead of using a hollow body.
What is the difference between an Acoustic Guitar and Electronic Guitar? A acoustic guitar's sound is produced without any electricity whereas electronic guitars use electricity.
What are the knobs on some of the electronic guitar's called? volume and tone controls.
where are the volume ad tone controls found on an electronic guitar? on the body.
What are 3 things that are needed for an electronic guitar to be adequately heard? the lead, amplifier and speakers
What are four other names for Acoustic Guitars? The Spanish Guitar, the Western and Country, Classical and Folks Guitar
How many strings does and Electric Guitar have? 6 strings
How many strings does a bass guitar have? 4 strings
Do thickest strings have the highest sounds or the lowest sounds? Lowest sounds
What are two materials acoustic guitar strings are made of? nylon ad steel strings
What is the proper name for a pic? Plectrum
What is the definition of Acoustic? A sound made without any electricity
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