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FC: The Electric Guitar Structure

1: By Cindy Pulido

2: Guitar necks without hardware, such as tuning pegs, applied on them. The headstock and strings need to be adjusted after the neck is attached to the body. These are the electric guitar tuning pegs that are not attached to the head stock. The screws and complete hardware is included as well.

3: These are the strings that are attached to the neck and head stock. There are also different type of strings as well such as the type of metal and sound you would like. This is how the strings should be attached to the headstock or the tuning pegs.

4: These are the pickup saddles that are already attached to the bridge. Yet, they are not attached to the electric guitar body. | Ahh! This is the electric guitar body as raw wood. It has already been measured and cut into its shape from a mold. All that is needed left to be added are the pickups, bridge, and volume knobs.

5: This an unusual electric guitar body with everything attached including the volume knobs. | This is the back of a complete electric guitar. All that is left to do is add the finishing and it will be set!

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  • By: Cindy P.
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  • Title: The Electric Guitar Parts
  • The different parts of the electric guitar that can be put together.
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  • Started: about 4 years ago
  • Updated: about 4 years ago

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