a traditional, unamplified guitar.
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- acoustic aphasia,
- acoustic coupler,
- acoustic feature,
- acoustic feedback,
- acoustic impedance,
- acoustic inertance,
- acoustic maculae,
- acoustic meatus,
- acoustic mine
Compare electric guitar.
Also called Spanish guitar.
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an ordinary guitar, which produces its normal sound through the sounding board and is not amplified in any wayCompare electric guitar
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