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Electric Acoustic Guitars

An electric acoustic guitar is a type of acoustic guitar that has been designed to be amplified using an electronic pickup and an amplifier.  It is essentially an acoustic guitar that has been modified to allow for easy amplification, without sacrificing the natural, warm sound of the acoustic instrument.

Electric acoustic guitars typically have a pickup mounted inside the body of the guitar, near the bridge or soundhole, which captures the vibrations of the strings and converts them into an electrical signal that can be sent to an amplifier or other sound equipment.  The pickup is usually powered by a battery or an external power source.

One of the benefits of an electric acoustic guitar is that it can be played both acoustically and amplified, allowing the player to switch between the two depending on the situation.  This versatility makes it a popular choice for musicians who play in a variety of settings, from small acoustic gigs to larger concerts where amplification is necessary.

Electric acoustic guitars come in a wide range of styles and price points, from affordable entry-level models to high-end instruments crafted from premium materials.  They are also available in different shapes and sizes, with some models featuring cutaways for easier access to the higher frets.

Overall, electric acoustic guitars provide a great option for musicians who want the best of both worlds- the natural sound and feel of an acoustic guitar, with the added convenience and versatility of an electric instrument.