Starting with the lower aft knob (the one closest to the input jack) and moving clockwise, the controls are as follows:
Tone Control for the Bridge Pickup,
Tone Control for the Neck Pickup,
Volume Control for the Neck Pickup,
Volume Control for the Bridge Pickup.
The switch (usually located on the upper horn if you're playing a Les Paul) is used to switch between the pickups.
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This is a typical looking acoustic guitar This is a typcal electric guitar
Typical what are you looking at ?
Usually you will have one volume control and two tone controls (1 per pick-up).
Yes it is
the typical length of an acoustic is 39 in. im not sure of the electric
Like anything else, it varies widely, but the ballpark is about 40%.
In a sense, both are electric. A typical 'Electric Guitar' is for notes in the treble clef, and is generally capable of playing any melody. A Bass guitar is for notes in the bass clef, as the name suggests. It generally plays the lower parts underneath the melody.
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