The vibration of the strings causes the soundboard (top) of the guitar to vibrate in a similar manner. The vibration of the soundboard then causes the air inside (and around) the guitar to vibrate...the vibrations of the air is what you hear.and what you hear is known as a sound wave or sound waves
The strings vibrate, the body of the guitar projects the sound
When strummed, guitar strings make small, fast vibrations that make sound.
It's a common misperception that the body of the guitar vibrates to create the sound. Actually it the column of sound around the guitar and in the guitar which vibrates to create the sound. When you vibrate the strings, the air around it vibrates causing the air in the guitar to vibrate.
The strings vibrate to make the sound.
the strings vibrate and sound is made.
The strings vibrate... like a guitar.
The frets don't nessicarily make the noise, but the tension on the frets as you get higher on the fretboard is what makes the noise. It's the strings that make the sound. They vibrate when you pluck them producing a sound. The sound is amplified in the body of the guitar(acoustic guitar). The frets enable you to vary the length of the strings thus making them produce a different sound.
The player makes the strings vibrate, which makes the body of the guitar vibrate, which makes the air vibrate. And vibrations in the air, at a certain set of frequencies, is what sound is.
They make the string vibrate more than your finger does when you press on the guitar. The frets enable you to change the length of the strings this make them produce a different sound. (vibrate at a different frequency)
the strings vibrate causing sound waves which is the sound. the little hole you see in guitars just help make it louder because the sound vibrates in it and vibrates out of it.
The balalaika makes a sound when you strum the strings creating the guitar to vibrate and ampliphies the sound.
With the string and the magnets who make them vibrate at different tones depending on where, how and with how much force you pull a string.
A guitar can make a sound when a string vibrates
Actually, they do. They make a rumbling sound and they vibrate.
Whether it's an acoustic guitar or an electric one - the principle is the same... When you pluck the strings, they vibrate quickly - it's this vibration that produces sound... In an acoustic guitar, the vibrations are amplified by the sound hole in the body. With an electric guitar, the vibrations trigger an electric current in the pick-up coil - which is then fed to an amplifier.
sound energy i believe
What? Guitars strings vibrate resonating inside the guitar. Similar with the violin the bow scrapes the string to make it vibrate and resonate. Harp use reeds that vibrate at different speeds to produce pitch
A guitar pickup is wire coiled around a magnet. When the string vibrates, it causes the magnet to vibrate, which creates an electric current in the wire. The signal created by that electric current is then fed into the amplifier which converts it to sound.
The strings on the guitar vibrate producing noise, not the actual guitar itself.
Yes, they do. They make a rumbling sound as they vibrate.
Sound waves make your eardrum vibrate, that is why we heard sound because the sound wave vibrates and allows us to hear sounds. :)
Thicker strings vibrate slower than the thinner strings. of course it changes when you press down on fret.
Yes. Cracks affect how the body vibrates, which affects how the strings vibrate.
Just like a guitar. The strings vibrate the bridge, the bridges sends the sound to the back of the guitar, the back sends it to the top and it loops.
Sound is vibration (of air ... as we humans perceive it). If a bell, tubular or otherwise, is made to vibrate then it will cause the adjacent air to vibrate ... and we call it sound.