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So let us say we only have the two open ends, and the hole you blow into (e.g. no tone holes). My first question is: What frequency would resonate based on the length of the instrument (also disregarding end correction for now)? I believe this would behave as a regular tube open at both ends, but unable to resonate the fundamental, or in fact any odd ...


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The critical parts of the guitar for sustain and tone are all between the nut and the bridge, so if you add any shaped pieces on anywhere else they will not make audible differences. On the very high end guitars, the "horns" and other bits are designed to resonate at specific frequencies so they will have an effect on sound, but for most guitars any effect ...


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Yes such instrument is possible it sounds like a player activated variation of an aeolian harp. Looking at Aeolian harp designs help me to develop some ideas what such instrument and it might look like and how I could prototype my design ideas. Below is quick image of quick prototype design trying to show major design elements are: mouthpiece tube bridges ...



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