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acoustic guitar

a traditional, unamplified guitar.
Also called Spanish guitar.
Compare electric guitar. Unabridged
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Examples from the web for acoustic guitar
  • He still plays acoustic guitar and even records some of it.
  • She's in full-on busker mode for this one, starting out playing harmonica and acoustic guitar.
  • The outside patio provides a relaxed and embracing environment, and live acoustic guitar music is played on the weekends.
  • The resonators amplified the acoustic instrument and gave players an edge they couldn't get out of the common acoustic guitar.
  • Because of its low volume, the acoustic guitar was difficult to use in large dance bands.
  • Learn how to play acoustic guitar, group and individual lessons available.
  • He played an acoustic guitar and wrote songs of great abstraction.
  • There also will be a raffle to win an acoustic guitar.
  • Must provide own acoustic guitar or electric with amp.
British Dictionary definitions for acoustic guitar

acoustic guitar

an ordinary guitar, which produces its normal sound through the sounding board and is not amplified in any way Compare electric guitar
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