# The high-E string on a guitar is fixed at both ends with

## Problem 16.88 Chapter 16

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Problem 16.88

The high-E string on a guitar is fixed at both ends with lengthI = 65.0 cm and fundamental frequency fi = 329.6 Hz. Onan acoustic guitar, this string typically has a diameter of0.33 mm and is commonly made of brass (7760 kg/m3),while on an electric guitar it has a diameter of 0.25 mm andis made of nickel-coated steel (7990 kg/m3). Compare (as aratio) the high-E string tension on an acoustic versus anelectric guitar.

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