Bass Guitar Illustration (Illustration)
Bass guitars look similar to electric guitars but have a longer neck and provide a deeper sound. They also have four, five, or six strings, with the most common configuration being four strings as shown in this rendering of a red bass guitar.
Guitar Tuning Pegs (Photograph)
This photo shows a closeup of the tuner on a four-stringed base. The strings are tuned to E, A, D, and G on a base with four strings. Bass guitars can be plugged into an amplifier and complement electric guitars by providing rhythm sounds.
Tennis Ball and Racket (Photograph)
A close-up photograph of a yellow tennis ball sitting on white strings comprises essential equipment for an outing on the tennis court. When the game begins, the ball will not be motionless on the strings, but will zing back and forth across the net.
Electric Guitars (Photograph)
A trio of vintage electric guitars, made of different woods and in different styles, comprises an artistic photograph. Light reflects off the wood of the guitar bodies, and you can almost imagine the soft sounds of the strings when they are played.
- Acoustic Guitars
An acoustic guitar is a stringed instrument with a long neck, a round sound hole, and six strings that are plucked by the fingers or picked by a triangular, soft plastic pick.
- Crystal Chandelier on a Black Background (Digital Image)
With many small lights, crystal chandeliers quickly set an elegant mood for a festive occasion. And, when used in an entryway, they offer a special welcome to each guest.
- Bass Guitar String Fingering (Digital Video)
A musician deftly fingers the strings of his bass guitar as he strums a song.
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