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# Why does a vibrating guitar string not sound as loud when

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Problem 17E

Why does a vibrating guitar string not sound as loud when it is mounted on a work bench as it does when mounted on the guitar?

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Step 1 of 2 When vibrating guitar string is mounted on workbench, the vibrations from the string haven't enough energy to make the large mass of wood vibrate with a big enough amplitude to be heard very loud.

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