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    The Impact of the Electric Guitar on Music

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    The Impact of the Electric Guitar on Music Everyone has moments when they feel as if they have found the wrong place. Now, it was time for one young gentleman to partake in one of these moments. A salesman had an appointment for a meeting with a wealthy man, yet he found himself wondering if he had arrived at the correct office. This was supposed to be a millionaire’s office, yet as he looked around the room, he saw no leather couches or expensive desks. In fact, the room was sparsely furnished

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    Guitar pickups are composed by a series of tools. The output voltage which varies beteween 100mv rms to over 1 v rms for some of the higher output types. The pickup sound which turns of wire in proximity to each other have an equivalent self-capacitance that, when added to any cable capacitance present, resonates with the inductance of the winding. Hambuckers, sensors, and preamps. Piezoelectric pickup, dual pickup,and piezoelectric violin bridge pickup are other components of the guitar. There are

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    Physics of Electric Guitars

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    Introduction More than any other instrument, the electric guitar has shaped and redefined music in the last century. Although popular culture did not pay much attention to it when it was first introduced in the 1930s, it has since become equated with the very essence of rock and roll music. On an international level, the electric guitar is by far "the most famous instrument to come out of the United States" (howstuffworks.com). Background Inventors have been playing with the idea of electrically

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    increasing popularity of the guitar, guitar performance has been developed into a discipline, and is still being carried forward. At the beginning of the 1920s, a musician, a composer and the most important a guitarist, Andrés Segovia, was getting to be known as one of the greatest guitarists and the grandfather of the classical guitar. He spent his whole life learning, exploring and improving the classical guitar. Many people believe that, without his efforts, the charm of the guitar would still be covered

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    Electric guitars play a very important role in today's music. Without it, we would be stuck with the acoustic guitar, which has limited volume, and a narrow range of sounds it can produce. Understanding just exactly how the electric guitar works isn't as intuitive as with the acoustic. With this website, I attempt to brighten the knowledge people have on the physics behind the electric guitar, since one cannot appreciate something, truly, until he knows how it works. The Acoustic guitar, originating

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    Bass Guitar: Origins

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    Bass Guitar: Origins In terms of guitars, the bass guitar is one of the “newest” instruments. The bass guitar, however obvious it may seem, was not derived from the guitar. Electrical guitars were created from acoustic guitars, while bass guitars were actualized from the double bass instrument. These instruments were at first known as electrical bass instruments or the electric bass. The double bass instruments are colossal classical instruments that have been around for hundreds of years

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    Dawe The Guitar Analysis

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    Individuals who remain skeptical, of course, still want to question whether guitar stands important on a global level. In his article, Dawe himself writes, “(The guitar remains) an object of, or of focus for, cultures in contact and as a basis for cultural exchange” (31). In other words, Dawe believes that guitar unravels cultural boundaries set up by previous conditional traditions. Dawe moreover believes that famous guitar players and musicians in general serve as ambassadors to promote cultural

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    How Guitars Work

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    How Guitars Work To properly understand the principles of how a guitar works, it is essential to understand the functions of sound waves and electromagnets. They play a key role in the function of the guitar, both in the acoustic and the electric. Sound Waves For us to hear, we need ears with an important piece, the eardrum. We hear sound because when a sound is created, there is a change in air pressure. Because of this change in pressure, waves are produced, flying all over the place

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    Physics of Electric Guitars and Amps There are many different types of guitars out there such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, steel guitar, and the resonator guitar. They even have different sub genres inside each type of guitar defined by body shape, brand, and model name. Rock music is characterized into different genres of rock, and even sometimes judged, by the tone and style played by the musician on the instrument. The guitar is the second most played instrument in the

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    There Was One Guitar

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    the rumble from the lead guitar. The next thing they see is another spotlight this time resting on me! The first guitarist I ever saw was Joe Satriani, I was in seventh grade, my father and I saw what he calls "the best guitarist in the world!" I watched the whole concert in awe. I've never seen anything like it. He didn't play the guitar. He caressed it with his fingers, his movements were so fluid, and so well placed. I started listening to a lot of great guitar players, ...

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