What is the difference between an electric guitar and a air guitar?
The difference between an electric guitar and an air guitar is a electric guitar is an actual guitar and an air guitar is imaginary. An air guitar is when people pretend to play a guitar with hand movements. An electric guitar converts vibrations of its steelcorded strings into electric current. These currents then go to a amplifier to make them louder.
In a standard acoustic guitar, the vibrations of the strings are transferred to the body which vibrates the air around it producing sound. This is the final output. The sound cannot be modified or amplified without considerable noise. In a standard electric guitar, the vibrations of the strings are converted to electric signals using magnetic pickups. Since the output of an electric guitar is an electric signal, it can be amplified and/or altered. Effects like…
Yes, voltage is a kind of electric pressure. It is also called potential. When there is potential difference between any two points, current starts flowing from high pressure point to low pressure point. FOR EXAMPLE : When there is a difference in air pressure between two regions, air moves from region of low pressure to region of high pressure causing winds In this case air is the potential and wind is electric current
In an acoustic guitar the string cause vibrations in the air that reverberate in the hollow body of the guitar. In an electric guitar the pickups create a magnetic arc and when the strings vibrate they pass the magnetic arc, the speed of vibration (frequency) is what creates the pitch that comes out of the amp.