Type
Word Search
Description

pick
waist
ukulele
saddle
body
neck
fret wire
fret marker
fretboard
head
bridge
fret
nut
tuning peg
sound hole

Guitar Parts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

body
bridge
bridge pins
fret board
frets
Guitar
headStock
jack
neck
nut
pick
pick guard
pickups
saddle
sound hole
strap pin
Strings
tuners
waist
whammy bar

Guitar Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

dynamics
forte
piano
harmony
accidentals
flats
sharps
tuning
ledger lines
staff
spaces
lines
treble clef
picking
fingers
pick guard
pluck
strum
pizzacato
melody
chords
birdge
nut
bridge pins
fret board
frets
neck
tuning pegs
strings
tone hole
hollow body
Head

Parts of the Guitar Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

end peg
saddle
bridge pin
bridge
body
picguard
sound hole
fret
fingerboard
tuning pegs
nut
neck
head

The Ukulele Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

acoustic
hollow
uke
usa
row row row your boat
body
tuning peg
portugal
machete
hawaii
bridge
nut
strings
fret
soundhole
neck
chord
ukulele

Ukulele Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Gcee
Strumming
Body
Bridge
Chords
Eat everything
Fret
Fretboard
Greedy chiefs
Headstock
Neck
Nut
Saddle
Soundhole
String
Tuner
Ukulele

Parts of a Ukulele Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Body
Bridge
Fretboard
Frets
Headstock
Neck
Nut
Sound Hole
Strings
Tuning Pegs

The Guitar Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The part of the guitar that contains all the frets fingerboard
This stops at the body of the guitar and has some (but not all) of the frets neck
This allows the vibrations and is usually surrounded by a rosette soundhole
The inward curve of the guitar waist
Press you fingers beside these to change the pitch of a string frets
These can be identified by letters or numbers Strings
Many guitars have this, but it only for decoration rosette
This is near the bottom of the guitar and contains the saddle bridge
The tuning pegs are on this part of the guitar Head
These are played by stumming muliple strings with specific fingering chords
The part of the bridge that keeps the strings off of the guitar saddle
This is below the head and holds the strings off of the fingerboard nut
Tighten or loosen these to change the pitch of the strings tuningpegs
the number of string played in a standard D chord four
The large hollow part of the guitar body
When playing there should be _____ points of contact five

parts of a guitar and other guitars Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

semi-acoustic guitar
classical guitar
bass guitar
electric acoustic guitar
electric guitar
acoustic guitar
guitar
saddle
sound hole
rosette
bridge pins
waist
position markers
tuning pegs
lower bout
frets
fingerboard
body
bridge
strings
pick guard
nut
neck
chord

Guitar Parts Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Also known as the fretboard Neck
Located on the bridge Saddle
Silver lines on neck; marks all half steps on the guitar Fret
The top of the guitar that holds the tuners Head
Located on the bottom of the head; upper contact point for the strings Nut
Where the strings are connected to the body of the guitar; located at the bottom Bridge
Largest part of the guitar Body
The narrowest part of the guitar Waist
Silver pegs which are used to tighten or loosen the strings of the guitar Tuners
Area where sound is projected from the guitar Sound Hole
The longest part of the guitar Fretboard
You play this type of guitar Acoustic

Guitar make-up Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a small piece of plastic that protects the guitar from getting weathered by the pick while strumming. Pick guard
metal strips embedded along the fretboard and located at exact points that divide the scale. Frets
an extension of the body that hold the strings and frets in place so that you can push down the strings to make notes. Neck
string vibration is transmitted through the bridge and saddle to the body via sound board. Body
fitted with machine heads that adjust the tension of the strings, which in turn affects the pitch. Headstock
coil strung across the body, neck, and headstock. Typically 6 with different widths and different pitches. Strings
a small strip of bone, plastic, brass, corian, graphite, stainless steel, or other medium-hard material, at the joint where the headstock meets the fretboard. Nut
transducers attached to a guitar that detect (or "pick up") string vibrations and convert the mechanical energy of the string into electrical energy. Pickups
transfers the vibration from the strings to the soundboard Bridge
the part of the bridge that physically supports the strings. Saddle
made to hold a guitar via the shoulders. Guitar strap
computerized guitars programmed to tune themselves Self-tuning guitars
clipped onto the fretboard and used to change the pitch of open strings. Capo
used in blues and rock to create a glissando or "Hawaiian" effect. slides
the strings tuned from a low E, to a high E, traversing a two octave range—EADGBE. Standard tuning
electric guitars are fitted with a vibrato and pitch bend device known as a___________. Whammy bar
visual elements set into the exterior surface of a guitar. Inlays
a metal rod that runs along the inside of the neck. Used to correct changes to the neck's curvature caused by aging of the neck timbers, changes in humidity, or to compensate for changes in the tension of strings. Truss rod
the point at which the neck is either bolted or glued to the body of the guitar. "Heel"
allow the player to control some aspects of the sound like volume or tone using knobs, switches, or buttons. Electronics