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What is the difference between an electric guitar and a regular guitar?
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There is only one tone of the acoustic guitar, which is the sound from the resonance box. Although it can be used for the paddle, it is mainly used for fingering. The electric guitar relies on the pickup embedded in the wood to pick up the string vibration and turn it into an electric signal, and make a sound through the speaker. If the electric guitar is not connected to the speaker, it cannot make a sound (of course, the sound of the string wire vibrates, very small), A lot of sounds can be made with electric guitar effects or speaker heads. Electric guitars are usually played with picks. Electric guitars are derived from the development of acoustic guitars, but there are differences in performance. There is no inevitable connection between the two, and which one to learn. It's important to note that acoustic guitars are cheap and electric guitars are expensive! To play an acoustic guitar, you only need to buy a piano. For electric guitars, you need to buy a piano + effects + speakers. Any one of these three is more expensive.
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Post Date: 1/11/2019 @ 12:39 am
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