Diagnose Anatomy guitar
Basically a guitar has three basic anatomies almost resembling the main anatomy of the human body, the head (the head of the guitar), the neck (the neck of the guitar) and the body (the body part of the guitar).
Head : The top of the guitar, which consists of
* Head strokes = Head of a guitar
* Tuner / Tuning Machines are used as a strain tension control to produce the desired tone
* Nut = The section under the head strokes and adjacent to the neck, usually used for line dividers of each string
Neck : This is one of the most important parts of the guitar in which your fingers can dance here to produce beautiful tinkling tones
* Fret = Steel / copper bars that restrict the fretboard / finger board and usually amount to between 22 to 24 pieces
Fretboard / finger board = the neck part that is restricted by fret bars.
* Position maker = Is a marker (usually a dot in the middle of the fretboart to 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24)
Body : As the name suggests, this is the most common body part of a guitar
* Sound Hole = Is a earpiece that is usually only found on the type of acoustic guitar.
* Pickup = Like a sound hole, this section consists of a series of mahnetics that will capture the vibrations of the strings and process them into sounds that can be heard with the help of amps. Usually pickups are available on electric guitar and acoustics
* Saddle = Used by acoustic or electric guitars that make the path up to the nuts. On the electric guitar saddle can also be used to set the intonation of the tone generated from each string and can be used also to set the height of the strings with fretboard
* Bridge / tremolo = Place the strings in the input
* Whammy bar = Works like a tuning machine so it can be used to raise, enlarge and vibrate the resulting sound
* Pickup selector switch = To move the pickup to be activated on the electric guitar
* Volume / Tone Control = In use to set the output sound generated
* Output Jack / Cable connector = The place where the guitar cable is inserted and connected with the amplifier is usually found on the electric / acoustic-electric guitar