An electric guitar is a guitar that utilizes at least one pickups to change over the vibration of its strings into electrical signs. The vibration happens when a guitar player strums, culls, fingerpicks, slaps or taps the strings. The pickup by and large uses electromagnetic acceptance to make this flag, which being moderately frail is encouraged into a guitar intensifier before being sent to the speaker(s), which changes over it into capable of being heard sound. The electric flag can be electronically adjusted to change the timbre of the sound. Frequently, the flag is altered utilizing impacts, for example, reverb, bending and “overdrive”; the last is viewed as a key component of electric blues guitar music and shake guitar playing.