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the vibrating steel strings produce a corresponding vibration in the magnet's magnetic field and therefore a vibrating current in the coil. There is a current through the strings, which causes a field. The field moves when you pluck a string. The change in the field is a change in flux in the wire coil. The
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Unformatted text preview: change in flux is opposed by an induced current. This signal is translated into sound. entertainment.howstuffworks.com/electric-guitar1.htm LENZ’s law repeat it! “the current induced in the loop opposes the change in flux (=field*area)”...
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