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Name the various parts of a guitar from top to bottom.
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January 13, 2014
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"Head" of the guitar. Contains the maker's logo.
Changes the tension of the strings. There are six.
Often made of bone. Has six grooves in which the strings rest.
Electrics commonly have 22, acoustics 20. Often made of a nickel alloy.
Lies atop the neck. Commonly made of maple, rosewood, or ebony.
On an electric, this allows you to choose which pickup(s) is/are active.
Protects the guitar from pick scratches.
Allows the sound to project from an acoustic. Often encircled by a rosette.
Made of magnets and wire, these convert string vibration into an electric signal.
On an electric, this allows for intonation adjustment. On an acoustic, this rests atop the bridge.
Exclusive to electrics, but not found on all. Allows a player to change the tension of all six strings while playing.
The "top" on an acoustic guitar. Most commonly made of spruce.
Knob that controls the output/loudness of an electric guitar.
Knob that controls the amount of high-end output on an electric guitar.
The entire "lower" half of a guitar. Comprised of an uppper and lower bout.
An instrument cable goes in this.
A strap hooks to this.
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