An effects pedal, or stomp box, is an effects unit housed in a small metal chassis, used by musicians, usually
guitar players, but sometimes players of other string instruments. These devices alter the sound quality or timbre
of the input signal, adding effects such as distortion, fuzz, overdrive, chorus, reverb, wah-wah, flanging, or phaser...
An electric guitar is a type of guitar that uses electronic pickups to convert the vibration of its steel-cord strings
into electrical current. The signal may be electrically altered to achieve various tonal effects prior to being fed
into an amplifier, which produces the final sound which can be either an electrical sound or an acoustic sound...
The Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, initially named the Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company,
was started by Leo Fender in 1946, and is one of the most widely recognised manufacturers of electric guitars,
electric basses and amplifiers...
The Fender Jaguar guitar was introduced in 1962. The Jaguar was originally marketed and seen as a surf guitar, along
with its sister guitar, the Fender Jazzmaster both of which became popular among surf rock groups in the early to mid 1960s...
The Fender Mustang is an electric guitar by the Fender Musical Instruments Company, introduced in 1964 as the
basis of a major redesign of Fender's student models then consisting of the Musicmaster and Duo-Sonic...
The Fender Telecaster is a dual-pickup, solid-body electric guitar made by Fender. Its simple, yet effective design
and revolutionary sound broke ground and set trends in the fields of electric guitar manufacture and popular music...
A capo (short for capotasto, Italian for "head of fretboard") is a device used for
shortening the strings, and hence raising the pitch, of a stringed instrument such
as a guitar, mandolin or banjo...