Guitar resonates too much

Guitar resonates too much
  1. Why does my guitar resonate so much?
  2. What makes a guitar resonant?

Why does my guitar resonate so much?

Most echoing problems are caused by other strings ringing. By other strings I mean strings that you don't pluck (strings you don't play). For example, you play an open A string. Along with the A string ringing, you hear the noise from other strings.

What makes a guitar resonant?

String vibration resonates throughout the body When a string is plucked its vibration is transmitted from the bridge, resonating throughout the top of the guitar. It is also transmitted to the side and back of the instrument, resonating through the air in the body, finally producing sound from the sound hole.

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