Electric guitar

Electric guitar
Electric guitar: guitar that its vibrations are transmitted to an amplifier that produces the sounds.
Headstock: part at the top of the neck where the pegs are located.
Fret: metal piece that marks the position of the notes.
Neck: part of the guitar where strings are pressed to produce the notes.
Volume control: button allowing to modify the volume level.
Pickup selector: button allowing to choose one or many pickups.
Tone control: button allowing to modify the sonority.
Jack socket: plug-in connector that connects the cable to the amplifier.
Bridge: piece that supports the strings and transmits the vibrations.
Treble pickup: transforms the vibrations into treble frequencies.
Medium pickup: transforms the vibrations into medium frequencies.
Bass pickup: transforms the vibrations into bass frequencies.
Screw: piece that allows to fasten a strap.
Peg: small button used to control the tension of the strings.

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EN : Bells (ceramic)
FR : Cloche
ES : Campana


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