Guitar Action refers to the height of strings from the fretboard. It affects the playability and the feel of the guitar, and it can be adjusted.
Fretboard refers to the top flat part of a guitar neck, usually a laminated piece of thin wood consisting of frets over it.
Gauge of Guitar Strings
Gauge of guitar strings refers to the thickness of the strings. Usually ranges from "Super light strings(.008 - high E string)" to "Heavy(.012 - high E string)"
Guitar Tuning Keys
Guitar Tuning Keys allows you to tune the guitar by tightening or loosening the strings. They come in different material - chrome, plastic etc.
Guitar body is the big part of the guitar with a sound hole in it. It also consists of the bridge, saddle, and the bridge pins which holds the strings in place.
There are various types of woods which are used for guitars, example - Spruce, Mahogany, Sapele, Rosewood, Maple etc. Each wood has it's own distinguish sound quality.
Dreadnought shape is a bigger shaped guitar(usually 41" inch). It is one of the most popular sizes, preferable for experienced/adult guitarists.
Parlour Shape is a smaller sized guitar, it creates a distinguish sound. Also, it's more suitable for beginners as it's smaller and easier to play.
Guitar tuning is basically assigning pitches to the open notes of a guitar. Standard tuning is (thickest string to thinnest)E-A-D-G-B-E
A semi Acoustic Guitar refers to an acoustic guitar which has an electronic pickup installed in it, which can be plugged to an amplifier via a guitar cable.
Fretboard and Frets
Frets are metal strips that run across the fretboard of a guitar. There are different types of frets - jumbo, regular etc, and also fretless guitars.
Guitar Chords are a set of notes played together - simultaneously or in arpeggio form.
Guitar fingerpicking refers to the technique of playing the guitar using your right hand fingers - not using a plectrum/pick.
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