The highest open string pitch on a bass is a G.
The violin has the highest pitch range of all the string instruments.
the string in guitar has the highest pitch
Yes, the thinner the string, the higher the pitch.
im not sure if i understand the question but the lightest string has the highest pitch
Correct answer= "tight and short"
From thickest string to thinnest, (lowest in pitch to highest in pitch) B E A D G C. From a regular four string bass, it has one lower string and one higher string.
string 1 = high E (highest pitch, thinnest string, closest to ground) string 2 = B string 3 = G string 4 = D string 5 = A string 6 = low E (lowest pitch, thickest string, closest to ceiling)
Because the violin has the thinnest strings out of all string instruments. And the thinner the strings, the higher the pitch. That is why the violin has the highest pitch.
The 1st string is the lowest, a G, then a D a little bit above in pitch, then a A also a little higher in pitch, and the highest is a high E.
Like a violin, the more fingers on the E string (highest) makes a higher sound e is the highest as it has a thinner string unlike the g (lowest) it has a larger thicker string. Hope i answered your question!
Yes, the E string is the highest string out of of all the string instruments.
The 1st string is the one that is highest in pitch and in standard tuning this is a E tuned at 329.63 Hz
With the tunning pegs at the head of guitar the lowest string should be tuned to e next string a next string d next string g next string b next string(the highest pitched one) e
Pitch on a violin can be altered in two ways.You can depress your fingers on the string that you are bowing on. The closer to the bridge you bring your fingers, the higher the pitch of the sound. Also, tuning your violing alters the pitch similarly.You can also change the string that you bow on. The violin typically has four strings, G, D, A, and E. G is the lowest string, and E is the highest. The G string is the string that is furthest to the left (for right-hand bowing violins), and the E string is furthest to the right.
The Violin is the highest pitched string instrument.
The highest sounding string instrument is the violin.
the highest viola note is the A string. the second highest note is the D string. the third highest note is the G string. And the deepest snow is the string. the a string is the farthest to the right when you are holding it properly. the D string is right next to it although it is on the left of the A string.
If its a normal guitar, tune your guitar into standard tuning, then pluck your third string from the top (D) and tune your low E down so that when you pluck both the 4th string and the 6th string, they sound the same. string 1 = high E (highest pitch, thinnest string, closest to ground) string 2 = B string 3 = G string 4 = D string 5 = A string 6 = low E (lowest pitch, thickest string, closest to ceiling)
For a 6 string guitar, from lowest to highest in pitch (thickest to thinnest), the tuning is E A D G B E. For a 4 string bass guitar, from lowest to highest in pitch (thickest to thinnest), the tuning is E A D G. There are many other tunings but these iare the most common and you will find them used in most songs.
The highest instrument of the string family is the violin.
the thinner the string the higher the pitch
The tighter the string the higher the pitch.