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Description of the image

The image shows a frontal view of  a musical instrument with strings, called a guitar, made of wood, in the form of thin resonance box curved on the edges, with an elongated rectangular tail to the right, ended in a flat pear, on which the strings are gathered in the six pipes, three above and three below.

The guitar has six strings, made of thin nylon threads, which, through pinching, have a different acoustics, depending on how tight they are stretched with the key, and the sound resonates through the round hole in the middle of the box.

The wooden instrument is represented by dotted texture, and the strings are rendered by horizontal and parallel lines.

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