Guitar with microphones that convert string vibrations into electric signals, which are then amplified and converted into sound.
Assembly consisting of the bridge, the tailpiece and the vibrato arm.
The upper end of the neck where the tuning pegs are attached.
Part of the guitar separated into sections by frets and along which the strings are stretched.
Metal piece that acts as a reference point along the string, dividing the neck into sections separated by a semitone.
Piece of mother-of-pearl, wood or plastic imbedded into the center of certain sections of the neck.
Board on which the player’s fingers are placed to control the length of the vibrating string to determine the pitch of a note.
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.
Device that adjusts the tension of the strings.
Piece that covers the electric components inside the body, usually made of plastic.
Device that raises and lowers the bridge to adjust string tension and thereby alter the pitch of the notes.
Button that allows the player to choose one microphone or combine several.
Button that controls the loudness of the instrument.
Button that adjusts the frequency of the electric signals in order to control the tone of the guitar.
Plug for the cable that transmits the electric signals to the amplifier.
Hollow nonresonant part of the instrument where the guitar’s electrical components are housed.
Device that converts high-frequency string vibrations into electric signals.
Device that converts middle-frequency string vibrations into electric signals.
Device that converts low-frequency string vibrations into electric signals.