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Printable Guitar Diagram From

   By: Edward Cupler

Machine Heads / Tuning Pegs - Used for tuning individual strings up or down in pitch.

Nut - Used to anchor the strings over the frets.

Strings - From left to right, or lowest to highest pitch. Low E-A-D-G-B-High E

Frets - Used to create notes by pressing the strings down on them.

Pickups - Similar to microphones, they send the sound from the strings to the amplifier.

Bridge - Like the nut, the bridge anchors the strings over the frets. Note: The bridge on this guitar is a tremolo bridge, making tuning a little more difficult to achieve and maintain.

Pickups Selector - Allows you to choose between the neck, bridge, or both pickups.

Volume and Tone Controls - Allows you to adjust your volume and tone as you would on your stereo.

Guitar diagram printable

Guitar diagram from © 2004

About the Author

Edward D Cupler is the owner of guitar lessons website Offering free guitar lessons to beginners and advanced students. Ed is also the owner of

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