Electric guitars, in basic structure, still look like classical guitars. Includes 3 main parts: head (machine head), rod (neck) and body (body). The main difference of electric guitars lies in the body of the guitar. Friendly Special electric guitar and a flat above. Because there is no hollow body, electric guitars are amplified with pick-up units connected to coils wrapped around the core (bobbins) embedded in the body. Each electric guitar can have 1 to 3 pick-ups. On the body of the keyboard there are 2 knobs to adjust the volume and tone (tone) and hole to plug the wire (jack) to the amplifier. Compared to wooden instruments, electric strings tend to be thinner and more flexible.
In addition, electric guitar rods usually have 22-24 with up to 28 compartments, which tends to be smaller from head to body. Electric guitars belong to a string set, with a pitch less than or equal to 4 octaves. It is a composite product of wood, metal and plastic. The length of the herd is from 97 cm to 102 cm. In the United States, this instrument has been repeatedly tested from the 1920s to the 1930s. Originally, it was a barrel guitar with an amplifier in the body. In the early 1950s, Paul Bigsby and then Leo Fender evolved into a solid guitar with the shape we see today.