The Steel String Acoustic Guitar.
Steel string acoustic guitar. Most steel string acoustic guitars have a combination of brass wound strings plus two steel B. and top E. strings. The brass strings tend to give a brighter tone to the guitar. A steel-strings fretboard is much closer to the electric guitar being narrower and has a gentle curve across the surface. The curved surfaces makes for ease and faster playing of the guitar. The string tension is the highest of all guitars. A higher string tension is used because it’s needed to make the guitar louder than the classical guitar.
Some acoustics have pick-ups in them so they can be plugged into an amplifier. I would suggest buying a guitar with the pick-up in it even if you don't have an amplifier its always handy you never know when you may need to plug into an amplifier.
Tomorrow we talk about the electric guitar.