Dead Spots as Resonance Effects of Electric Guitars
The decay process of electro-guitar tones is greatly influenced by resonances of the guitar body, particularly the neck. Since the string vibrations are transferred to the body via the frets, the decay shortening effect of the so-called dead spots can be reduced by constructional methods.
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