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We use 100% Rayon Strings, it looks plush and rich. Polyester Strings does not look good.

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the vibration off the strings comes off the strings to make a noise


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because it has STRINGS and freats.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------String instruments have strings stretched over a box or board. The violin, guitar and banjo are string instruments. Sound is made by plucking the strings. (The piano is a percussion instrument because its strings are struck.)The pitch of these instruments depends on the length, thickness and tightness of the strings. The longer the string, the fewer the vibrations and, therefore, the lower the pitch.Tight, thin strings make sounds with high tones. Loose, thick strings make lower tones.


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Pluck the difrent strings make it deveolp diffrent sound!


yes it is it has strings on the inside that are pulled to make the sound


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take two colored gimp strings cross then or make a ex then take the string that's under and make two loops then put the loose strings over and under straight and do it again with other string then pull all 4 strings in different derections


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String G, D and A is made out of Animals Gut and string E is made from a type of metal I think :)


coated strings, they dip them in something to make the new string sound last longer.


That question does not make sense?? If you are refering to:"what are the 'open' strings on a guitar?..they are as follows(big string to littlest string): E-A-D-g-b-e. these are the strings going from 'closest to your chin going down toward your feet', they are considered 'open strings' when strummed with/out holding any 'frets' down..Strummed together they make the 'open chord of


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it would be a 5 string bass , but you can put piccolo strings on it to make it play like a normal acoustic.



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