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A guitar has several sound coupling modes: The back of the guitar also vibrates to some degree, driven by air in the cavity and mechanical coupling to the rest of the guitar. The guitar—as an acoustic system—colors the sound by the way it generates and emphasizes harmonics, and how it couples this energy to the surrounding air which ultimately is what we perceive as loudness. Improved coupling, however, comes costing decay time, since the string's energy is more efficiently transmitted.
Solid body electric guitars with no soundboard at all produce very low volume, but tend to have long sustain. All these complex air coupling interactions, and the resonant properties of the panels themselves, are a key reason that different guitars have different tonal qualities.
The sound is a complex mixture of harmonics that give the guitar its distinctive sound. Classical gut-string guitars had little projection, and so were unable to displace banjos until innovations increased their volume. An acoustic guitar can be amplified by using various types of pickups or microphones. However, amplification of acoustic guitars had many problems with audio feedback. In the s, Ovation 's parabolic bowls dramatically reduced feedback, allowing greater amplification of acoustic guitars.
The Adamas model dissipated the sound-hole of the traditional soundboard among 22 small sound-holes in the upper chamber of the guitar, yielding greater volume and further reducing feedback during amplification. The most common type of pickups used for acoustic guitar amplification are piezo and magnetic pickups. Piezo pickups are generally mounted under the bridge saddle of the acoustic guitar and can be plugged into a mixer or amplifier. A Piezo pickup made by Baldwin was incorporated in the body of Ovation guitars, rather than attached by drilling through the body;  the combination of the Piezo pickup and parabolic "roundback" body helped Ovation succeed in the market during the s.
Magnetic pickups on acoustic guitars are generally mounted in the sound hole, and are similar to those in electric guitars.
An acoustic guitar with pickups for electrical amplification is called an acoustic-electric guitar. In the s, manufacturers introduced new types of pickups to try to amplify the full sound of these instruments.
This includes body sensors, and systems that include an internal microphone along with body sensors or under-the-saddle pickups. Historical and modern acoustic guitars are extremely varied in their design and construction, far more so than electric guitars. Range — The smallest common body shape, sometimes called a mini jumbo , is three-quarters the size of a jumbo-shaped guitar.
A range shape typically has a rounded back to improve projection for the smaller body. Grand Concert — This mid-sized body shape is not as deep as other full-size guitars, but has a full waist. Because of the smaller body, grand concert guitars have a more controlled overtone  and are often used for its sound projection when recording. Auditorium — Similar in dimensions to the dreadnought body shape,  but with a much more pronounced waist. The shifting of the waist provides different tones to stand out.
The auditorium body shape is a newer body when compared to the other shapes such as dreadnought. Dreadnought — This is the classic guitar body shape. The style was designed by Martin Guitars  to produce a deeper sound than "classic"-style guitars, with very resonant bass.
Used for over years, it is still the most popular body style for acoustic guitars. This allows mid-range frequencies to stand out, helping the guitar cut through an ensemble of instruments.
Jumbo — The largest standard guitar body shape found on acoustic guitars. It was designed by Gibson to compete with the dreadnought,  but with maximum resonant space for greater volume and sustain. These come at the expense of being oversized, with a very deep sounding box, and thus somewhat more difficult to play.
Hawaiian c. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the magazine, see Acoustic Guitar magazine. For the album by Preston Reed, see Acoustic Guitar album. For the Danish group, see Acoustic Guitars band.
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