How does a guitar (acoustic) make its sound louder?

How does a guitar (acoustic) make its sound louder?

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The strings of a guitar each vibrate at a specific frequency and hence a specific note. To make the sounds louder, acoustic guitars have a soundbox behind them - the hollow with the 'box' behind it that you hold with your right arm (if you're right handed).
kevin.gibson
26 May 2011
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