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How Does An Acoustic Guitar Produce Sound?

There aren`t many variables when it comes to the sound of an acoustic guitar. An Acoustic guitar produces sound simply by projecting the sounds of it`s vibrating strings acoustically through the air. The sound waves from the strings get amplified through the guitar body which for most acoustic guitars are hollow and make room for more sound. Easily put the …

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What Sound Does An Electric Guitar Make?

Electric guitars are powered by electromagnetism that makes that familiar electric fuzz sound. Through an amp or pedal, you can make many different sounds depending on how many presets your amp and pedal has. For example, you can play both acoustic sounds and electric sounds by turning different knobs on your amp or pedal connected to the amp. Of course, …

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Can You Tune Electric Guitar Without Amp?

I`ve got good news for you. Yes, you can tune an electric guitar without an amp. You can tune the guitar just like you would with an acoustic guitar, the notes are the same. If you tune your guitar just by plucking your strings then it needs to be quiet around you to hear the sounds from the strings as …

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How Much Should I Spend On My First Guitar?


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As a rule of thumb, a decent beginner guitar should cost between $200 and $900. The good thing is that it doesn`t have to be very expensive and it will definitely be worth the money as guitar playing will bring you much joy, happiness, self-confidence (and some frustration). It can be nerve-wracking spending your hard-earned money into a guitar you …

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Is It Harder To Play Acoustic Or Electric Guitar?

No, it is not harder to play acoustic guitar than the electric guitar, in fact, it might be easier to play electric guitar because the fretboard is smaller and the strings are often thinner and closer to the fretboard. There`s advantages and disadvantages to both. In the beginning, when learning to play guitar, it is common to have very stiff …

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What Does 0 Mean On Guitar Tabs?

I remember when I started to learn guitar and tabs. I could not figure out where to find the 0 on the guitar fretboard!? It was very frustrating. I will tell you right away that 0 on the fretboard is playing an open string. That`s it, it’s that easy! It is actually the easiest to play and it doesn`t matter …