Resonator guitars are named so after the cone shaped "resonator" in the body of the guitar. This innovation was invented so too amplify the sound of the acoustic guitar, and early models were almost always made out of steel (The… Full Answer
a lot. Theres the acoustic guitar, the electric acoustic guitar, the solid body electric guitar, the semi-hollow body electric guitar, hollow body electric guitar, resonator guitar and lap steel guitar. thee are also synth guitars and a few others but… Full Answer
The kinds of guitars are acoustic, electric, electric-acoustic, twelve string, archtop, steel, resonator, bass, and double necked guitars. Acoustic- big hollow body Electric- blues, jazz, pop, rock; amplified Electric-acoustic- can be amplified Twelve string- acoustic usually; in place of one… Full Answer
a resonator restricts the sound in your exhaust. removing the resonator will give it a deeper sound. i would suggest changing the entire exhaust system and leaving he resonator off which would make a louder/meaner sound. leaving it on would… Full Answer
"Resonator" usually refers to the Exhaust system. A resonator is a piece of tubing that is slightly larger in diameter than the rest of the exhaust pipe. It is usually located after the catalytic converter, and before the muffler. Vehicles… Full Answer
Simply unscrew the air intake hose from the resonator box. Then look on all 4 sides of the resonator for some bolts. Use a ratchet with an extension to unscrew the bolts, and it pops right off. Did it on… Full Answer
In a resonant LC electronic circuit, energy is cyclically exchanged back and forth between the magnetic field of the inductor and the electric field of the capacitor. In a microwave cavity resonator, a similar exchange of energy between magnetic and… Full Answer
resonator guitars usually, they've been around forever, 6 strings but they echo.. that and I can imagine early banjos.. but electric guitar wise James hetfield has an interesting les paul with crystals and metal on it as well.