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- n. A guitar which requires electronic amplification to produce sufficient sound.
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- n. a guitar whose sound is amplified by electrical means
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In the midst of the live oaks, the gaiety of the crowd, the smell of boudin and boiling shrimp and okra and pecan pie and keg beer swilled from paper cups, Tee Bobby Hulin mounted a knocked-together stage with his band, plugged the jack of his electric guitar into the sound system, and went into a re-created version of “Jolie Blon” I had never heard before.
I walked to the rear, where the test amplifiers were kept and saw Robin, wearing a dusty apron over her work clothes and padded earphones half buried in her curls, watching a gaunt man assault a silver-glitter solid-body electric guitar shaped like a rocket ship.
The school offers a guitar-making course that consists of practical and theoretical training in acoustic and electric guitar making.