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Question 1: They are relatively common in ________ music.
Celtic rockFolk rockElectric folkMedieval folk rock

Question 2: Seven-string electric guitars were popularized among rock players in the 1980s by ________.
Marco MendozaTommy AldridgeRudy SarzoSteve Vai

Question 3: Hardwoods are very much preferred, with ________, ash, and mahogany topping the list.
Acer rubrumAcer platanoidesMapleAcer campestre

Question 4: An example of this model, featuring a guitar-shaped body of a single sheet of plywood affixed to a wood frame, can be seen in the ________.
Art Gallery of OntarioPhiladelphia Museum of ArtExperience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of FameJay Pritzker Pavilion

Question 5: Some ________ are fitted with pickups purely as an alternative to using a separate microphone.
Classical guitarBass guitarElectric guitarSteel-string acoustic guitar

Question 6: Leo Fender is also credited with developing the first commercially successful electric bass guitar called the ________, introduced in 1951.
RickenbackerFender StratocasterFender Precision BassRock music

Question 7: The signal is then fed to an ________ (or amp) and speaker.
Electronic amplifierOperational amplifierCommon emitterAmplifier

Question 8: Some "hybrid" electric-acoustic guitars are equipped with additional ________ or piezoelectric pickups (transducers) that sense mechanical vibration from the body.
Hard disk driveMicrophoneCentral processing unitSound card

Question 9: It was followed a year later by the teardrop-shaped Mark VI, the prototype of which was used by Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones, and later ________ of the New York Dolls.
Sylvain SylvainJohnny ThundersDavid JohansenJerry Nolan

Question 10: Their models are used by Trey Gunn (ex ________) who has his own signature line from the company.
Robert FrippBill BrufordKing CrimsonKing Crimson discography







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