Plucked stringed instrument whose hollow body amplifies the vibrations produced by the strings.
Each of the thin pieces of wood that form the sides of the instrument.
Ornament bordering the soundboard hole.
Piece of mother-of-pearl, wood or plastic imbedded into the center of certain sections of the neck.
The upper face of the instrument; it receives the vibrations from the bridge and transmits them to the sound box.
The hollow part of the instrument; it amplifies the sound vibrations produced by the strings.
Part of the guitar separated into sections by frets and along which the strings are stretched.
Piece of wood over which the strings are stretched; it transmits their vibrations to the soundboard.
Ornamental strip of wood around the edge of the soundboard and the bottom of the sound box.
Projection at the lower end of the neck that connects it to the body.
Metal piece that acts as a reference point along the string, dividing the neck into sections separated by a semitone.
Small piece glued to the top of the neck; its function is to separate the strings and raise them between the head and the bridge.
Piece of wood or metal that rolls the end of a string to adjust its tension to obtain the exact note.
The upper end of the neck, where the pegs are attached.