Visit this keyboard instrument supplier directory for information about keyboard instruments and keyboard instrument suppliers in the United States. The photo on this page depicts a piano keyboard.
A vertical, full-body shot of an electric guitar is highlighted by a dramatic black background. The multi-colored, heavily grained wood makes this guitar as much a piece of art as a musical instrument.
This decorative wooden barometer features the weather descriptions stormy, rain, change, fair and very dry in addition to numeric measurements to help determine atmospheric pressure.
Barographs record the atmospheric pressure over the course of time. A traditional barograph, such as this one, contains an aneroid barometer and uses a pen to produce a paper chart, called a barogram.
MIDI enables electronic musical instruments to communicate with each other. Most digital keyboards have MIDI ports that provide connectivity with computers and other MIDI devices.
Weather instruments are used to measure different aspects of the weather and include thermometers, barometers, weather balloons, satellites, and more. Visit this site to learn about various weather instruments.
The acoustic guitar is a popular stringed instrument that has been used for centuries to play different types of music. Learn all about the history of the acoustic guitar.
A close-up photograph of a dental drill, a common piece of dental equipment, makes it easy to see the detail of the bur. A dental hygienist will use this handheld instrument to smooth and round cavities in the teeth so they can be correctly filled.
Black-and-white image of a toy drum. A drum is a cylindrical or bowl-shaped musical instrument with a membrane stretched across its top. It produces sound when its membrane is vibrated.
An electric guitar is a popular instrument similar to an acoustic guitar. Unlike an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar plugs into an amplifier and can feature single-coil pickups or dual-coil pickups.
The crash of a Russian plane that killed 71 people may have been caused by pilots failing to turn on the heating unit for its measuring equipment, leading to the instrument being iced over, investigators say.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Wed, 14 Feb 2018 07:39:03 +1100.