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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Music was hinted at in suit jackets constructed like the curvature of violins, even featuring F-hole embroidery.
But these designs were delightfully different - elegant, full of curves and visual references to musical symbols: a treble clef here, an f-hole of a stringed instrument there.
I started off with an electric with a roundhole, then later on down the road I bought a Harmony with an f-hole: it already had pick-ups on it.'