Do you play notes on electric guitar the same as on acoustic?
Yep, I play electric guitar for my school. I often practice at home on my acoustic and play at school on an electric.
You can start with either. Many people start with an acoustic guitar, then get an electric; others find an electric guitar easier to play at first, then get an acoustic. If you want to play exclusively rock, an electric guitar will suit you at first. Other kinds of music may call for acoustic guitar.
Well, it depends. Electric guitar is recommend for begginers. That's what i started out with. Because on the Acoustic, the frets are harder to reach and strum. On the electric guitar the guitar does most of the work. There's no need for reaching all the way to the frets. While the electric guitar generates sound, the acoustic vibrates, thus making sounds. So, i would suggest on trying electric first. Then, when your good, you can…
He plays a Gretchen Guitar. Edit: Actually, his main acoustic guitar is a type of Martin. It's either the 000CXE Black Acoustic-Electric or the DCXE X Series Cutaway Acoustic-Electric. I couldn't figure out which one. The one that was answered earlier is supposed to be his signature Gretsch, however that would be an electric guitar, not acoustic.
Depends on what you want to play, If you want to play acoustic stuff then yeah! If you want to play rock, blues, metal or anything along those lines I'd recommend an electric. It's often a good idea to have both an electric and acoustic guitar. If you get an electric don't forget that you will need an amplifier.
This is what I experienced from my friend and I and we both play guitar. She plays electric and acoustic guitar (She likes acoustic the most). I play acoustic and its easier beginning with it (you can dominate electric guitar after playing the acoustic). But I think it would be better to start out with a basic acoustic guitar. An electric guitar would be the next level, for people who can afford one, and can…
There are many differences: an electric guitar can be plugged into an amp, while an acoustic guitar can't. An acoustic guitar has a completely different sound (acoustic is usually used for country and western music, while electric used for music like rock and metal) acoustic guitars are always hollow with a is hole right under the strings. While electric guitars can be hollow so that they weigh less, they never have a hole under the…
Johnny may have played electric guitar on various recordings over the years, but a majority of his public appearances and live concerts were him playing with acoustic guitars. He did have someone play the electric guitar with him in his live band, but most of his performances were with an acoustic guitar.
Starting on the first string: EADGBe If you have an electric guitar, it's easiest to buy a tuner and plug your guitar directly into it. If you have an acoustic, most tuners have a microphone built in that allow you to use it with an acoustic. Alternatively, you can go online and look up a tuner. They generally play the notes over your speaker so that you can adjust your guitar to match the note.