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The pharynx is the part of your throat that connects your inner nose to your throat. It is the part of your throat at the back of your mouth. Just below that is the larynx, wh…ich contains your vocal cords. Below the larynx is your trachea which leads down into you left and right bronchi which are connected to your lungs.
Musically they do the same notes at each fret so you can go straight from one to the other. They both have the same number of strings 6, or 12. They both have the …same parts except pick-ups and switches on electonics. They are both held the same way, and played similarly.
They are string instruments that are played with your fingers. A lute is smaller than a guitar.
The larynx is the upper part of the trachea containing the vocal cords. The pharynx is the passage that leads from the cavities of the nose and mouth to the larynx and esophag…us.
The human larynx is structurally more complex than a pig's. This is because humans can make a more diverse range of sounds compared to pigs.
They are the exact same instrument in all respects except one: the body. The body of an electric bass is often solid wood and slender, while an acoustic bass guitar is bulky a…nd hollow like an acoustic guitar's.
They both use treble cleft when you read the music.
The airway between larynx and bronchi is the trachea , or the windpipe.
Sound is generated in the larynx, and that is where pitch and volume are manipulated. The strength of expiration from the lungs also contributes to loudness, and is necessary …for the vocal folds to produce speech .
The feline larynx has five cartilages, whereas the human larynx has nine cartilages.
The similarities of a violin and guitar is that they are both stringed instruments. But the differences are the violin is played with a stick (it is called a bow) and the guit…ar is played by a pick. they are also stringed instrument and have a beautiful sound when you play them. you can use a tab on the guitar and you can pluck on the violin. they both have the same shape, they are both used for entensively classical and modern music. they both come in acoustic and semi- acoustic, and electric when you are using them and trying to purchase any one.
strings. In addition to strings, there are a number of other similarities shared by the guitar and piano. Both are polychromatic instruments, meaning that more than one note c…an be played at the same time. Also, both use a sounding board, often spruce, to amplify the sound, and both use tuning pegs to set the pitch of each string. Also, both are capable of a very wide range of octaves.
yes i believe they are the same thing
its Acoustic and alot stuff