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 +"...The [[1960s counterculture|counterculture of the '60's]] was rural, romanticized, [[anti-science]], [[anti-tech]]. But there was always a lurking contradiction at its heart, symbolised by the [[electric guitar]]. --'' [[Mirrorshades]]'', [[Bruce Sterling]].
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An '''electric guitar''' is a type of [[guitar]] that uses [[pickup (music)|pickups]] to convert the vibration of its steel-cored strings into an electrical current, which is made louder with an [[instrument amplifier]] and a speaker. The signal that comes from the guitar is sometimes electronically altered with [[guitar effects]] such as reverb or distortion. An '''electric guitar''' is a type of [[guitar]] that uses [[pickup (music)|pickups]] to convert the vibration of its steel-cored strings into an electrical current, which is made louder with an [[instrument amplifier]] and a speaker. The signal that comes from the guitar is sometimes electronically altered with [[guitar effects]] such as reverb or distortion.
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"...The counterculture of the '60's was rural, romanticized, anti-science, anti-tech. But there was always a lurking contradiction at its heart, symbolised by the electric guitar. -- Mirrorshades, Bruce Sterling.

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An electric guitar is a type of guitar that uses pickups to convert the vibration of its steel-cored strings into an electrical current, which is made louder with an instrument amplifier and a speaker. The signal that comes from the guitar is sometimes electronically altered with guitar effects such as reverb or distortion.



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