Body and … Misconceptions: what PotEG has to say about the influence of the guitar body on the (electric) sound

7.8 “Specialized” literature poteg-7-8-journalistic-specialties

7.8.1 The fairytales of the primary tone poteg-7-8-1-legend-of-the-primary-tone

7.8.2 “Stratone” poteg-7-8-2-stratone

7.8.3 BS-Journalists poteg-7-8-3-flachjournalismus-(german)

7.9 Does the body wood affect the tone? poteg-7-9-wood-influencing-the-sound—not

 

7.11 Solid vs. semisolid body poteg-7-11-solid-body-vs-hollow-body

 

7.14 Damping reduction poteg-7-14-undamping-via-vibration

 

SUSTAIN! – What PotEG has to say about absorption of the vibration

7.7 Absorption of string oscillations poteg-7-7-absorption-of-string-oscillations

7.7.1 Radiation absorption poteg-7-7-1-radiation-damping

7.7.2 Internal dissipation poteg-7-7-2-internal-damping

7.7.3 Winding attenuation of wound strings poteg-7-7-3-damping-in-wound-strings

7.7.4 Bearing absorption poteg-7-7-4-bearing-damping

7.7.4.1 Coupling of transversal waves poteg-7-7-4-1-transversal-wave-coupling

7.7.4.2 Absorption of longitudinal waves poteg-7-7-4-2-longitudinal-wave-damping

7.7.4.3 Residual absorption poteg-7-7-4-3-residual-string-damping

7.7.4.4 Bearing conductance poteg-7-7-4-4-bearing-conductance

7.7.5 Finger-, hand- and capodaster-attenuation poteg-7-7-5-finger-hand-&-capo-damping

7.7.6 String aging poteg-7-7-6-old-strings

7.7.7 Flatwound strings poteg-7-7-7-flatwound-strings