Electric Guitar Musical Instrument
This is a multi-function guitar;
This is an electric and acoustic double use guitar.
Specifications of Electric Guitar
Mahogany with Flamed Maple Top
Neck and Bridge
Fixed Rosewood Bridge
Humbucker *1, Piezo pickup *1
Trans brown, Trans blue, Trans black, Trans Sunburst
How does an electric guitar work?
If we compare electric guitars with folk guitars, we will know that they have several important things in common. Both folk and electric guitars have six guitar strings, and they all use the tuning buttons to adjust the tone, and the neck has a character. Downward from the end of the body is where the main difference is found.
The most popular electric guitar has a solid fiddle. The sound is produced by the pickup and controlled by several knobs. If the electric guitar is not plugged into the guitar amp, the sound will hardly be heard. Without the soundboard and hollow box, there is no medium that can amplify the vibration of the strings.
Then let’s talk about the sounding principle of electric guitars:
First, the first step: the vibrating string passes through the magnetic field of the bar magnet in the pickup, and a signal is generated in the pickup coil to generate an electronic current. The current generated by the electric guitar sensing the vibration of the string passes the electronic signal to the amplifier and speaker. The induction takes place in a magnetic pickup mounted under the strings of the guitar.
We know that coils and magnets can convert electrical energy into kinetic energy. Similarly, kinetic energy can also be converted into electrical energy. For electric guitars, the vibrating steel string will vibrate accordingly in the magnetic field of the magnet, thereby generating a vibrating current in the coil.
Step 2: The coil of the pickup sends a signal through a simple circuit. The variable resistor can adjust the tone, which is what we call the Tone knob. The resistor (usually a maximum of 500 kiloohms) and a capacitor (the maximum of 0.02 microfarads) form a simple low-pass filter. The filter will filter out higher frequencies. By adjusting the resistor, you can control the cut-out frequency.
The second resistor (usually a maximum of 500 kohms) controls the amplitude (volume) of the signal arriving at the output, which is what we call the volume knob, and finally the signal flows from the jack to the amplifier.
Many electric guitars have two or three different pickups in different positions on the body. Each pickup will have a unique sound, and multiple pickups can be paired in phase or out of phase to produce other changes.
How to choose an electric guitar for beginners?
How should a beginner choose his first electric guitar in his life?
First of all, it can be considered from the following aspects:
1. The purpose of buying a violin
2. What kind of tone or music style do you like?
3. The shape of the piano you like
4. The price you can pay for it
Next, we should consider how to buy our first electric guitar.
Buy a guitar and change your life!
The first thing to consider is what is your purpose for buying a violin, do you want to just have fun, or do you want to study for a long time? Is this piano a tool for you to pretend to be handsome or is it a real instrument?
If what you need is to pretend to be handsome, then you can choose the attractive appearance as much as possible within your financial range. You don’t even need to consider its authenticity. Even if it is a high imitation, as long as it is attractive enough That’s enough, you don’t really want to learn and play it after all.
If you really want to learn the electric guitar, and you want to practice it seriously, then you can read on.
As we all know, there are many “Luqin” electric guitars, no brand or direct OEM, this kind of electric guitar was once called “fire stick” by the majority of piano friends, and regardless of the quality of this kind of guitar, but its price is real attractive.
But for you who want to learn electric guitar seriously, I don’t recommend you to buy this kind of electric guitar. This electric guitar generally has a variety of small problems, such as always running out of sound, too high string pitch, not straight neck, poor pickups and so on.
These seemingly small problems will affect our practice and progress to a great extent. For example, you are practicing chords at the beginning. When a novice is getting started, the finger strength will not be so strong, and there are no calluses on the fingers. Strings must be difficult to come by. If the string pitch is too high, then an F chord can directly jam you. From then on, you may never want to touch the guitar again.
This is undoubtedly harmful for us to learn guitar, which not only dampens our enthusiasm but also obliterates our confidence.