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ACOUSTIC GUITARS

The main source of sound in an acoustic guitar is the string, which is plucked with the finger or with a plectrum. The string vibrates at a necessary frequency and also create many harmonics at various different frequencies. The frequencies produced can depend on string length, mass, and tension. The string causes the soundboard and sound box to vibrate, and as these have their own resonances at certain frequencies, they amplify some string harmonics more strongly than others, hence affecting the timbre produced by the instrument.

Maton Acoustic Guitars, SRS60, SRS70, Messiah,

Maton Acoustic Guitars 

Martin Acoustic Guitars, GPCPA4, GPCPA3, DCPA4, D28, Ed Sheeran,

 Martin Acoustic Guitars

Yamaha Acoustic Guitars

 Yamaha Acoustic Guitars

Gibson Acoustic Guitars

Gibson Acoustic Guitars

Cole Clark Acoustic Guitars Australia Built

Cole Clark Acoustic Guitars

Ibanez Acoustic Guitars

Ibanez Acoustic Guitars

PRS Paul Reed Smith Acoustic Guitars

PRS Acoustic Guitars

Taylor Acoustic Guitars, 314ce, 814ce, 914ce,

Taylor Acoustic Guitars


Fender Acoustic Guitars

Fender Acoustic Guitars

Takamine Acoustic Guitars

Takamine Acoustic Guitars

 

Tanglewood Guitars

Ashton Acoustic Guitars

Ashton Acoustic Guitars

 

 

Breedlove Acoustic Guitars

Breedlove Guitars 

 

 

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