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Electric Guitars

The modern electric guitar was born in 1931. The electric guitar uses electronic “pick-ups” to be able to produce sound.

The pick-ups convert the vibrations from the strings into electric signals. The body of the electric guitar is semi-solid or solid, depending on the design.

The structure of the guitar took a great leap when the electric guitar was born, no longer did its sound depend on the structure and construction of the body, but on the quality of the pick-ups and soundboard.

The sounds of the electric guitar can also be altered to be able to achieve the desired tone.

The use of a guitar effects box has given the guitar a wide array of sounds. Today, they can emulate the sounds of a piano, a violin, even the sounds of the human voice. The guitar is continuously
widening its horizons.

The guitar is a very dynamic musical instrument. Through evolution, the guitar has made its mark on the modern music scene. From crude instruments with many variations, the guitar has become a real and much-sought-after instrument.

Fender Stratocaster

Fender Stratocaster Surf Green

Fender Stratocaster Cherry Burst

Jimi Hendrix Relic Electric

Fender Prof. II Stratocaster 

Epiphone Les Paul

Les Paul Heritage Cherry Sunburst

Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO

Les Paul-100 Vintage Sunburst

Les Paul Special VE Ebony


Ibanez Electric Starlight Blue

Ibanez Semi-Hollow-Body 

Ibanez Artcore  Semi-Hollow Body 

Ibanez 6 String Solid-Body-Green


Donner DST-102B 39 Inch Electric Guitar Beginner Kit 

Donner DST-102B 39 Inch Electric Guitar Beginner Kit with Amplifier

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