sound hole

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a hole in a soundboard (as of a violin) designed to resonate with the tones

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What each guitar does possess is the signature McPherson revolutionary offset soundhole technology, state-of-the-art bracing, and cantilevered neck design, making it one of the most sought after guitars in the world.
Secondly, you could try smartly inserting a lighted oily rag through the soundhole of his guitar, thus cramping his performance style.
Bassist David Pulphus prefers a simple microphone placed in front of his soundhole, creating a low end hum, a constant physical presence that harks back to simpler 78rpm years.
84 has no access to the interior cavity other than soundholes in the belly rail; Kerstin Schwarz used fibre optics to examine the interior of this instrument and reports that the interior structure is similar to that of Cristofori's fortepianos.