|Accent||An emphasized note|
|Accidental|| A symbol used to raise or lower the pitch of a note in standard notation.
The symbol is either a sharp (♯), a flat (♭), or a natural sign (♮).
|Action||The height of the strings from the fretboard|
|Arpeggio||A succession of chord tones|
|Bar|| Also called a measure, a bar is a segment of written music in which
there is a designated number of beats
|Bass Note||Lowest note of a chord|
|Bridge|| Section of the guitar on the body where the strings held. It is on
the opposite side from where you tune the guitar.
|Camber||Curvature of the fretboard.|
|Capo||A clamp that holds down all the strings on a given fret.|
|Chromatic||Refers to note going up or down a semitone|
|Feedback||Sound produced by a guitar amplifying its own sound.|
|Fretboard||Wood section of the guitar with frets mounted on it.|
|Flat||A symbol (♭) which signifies the lowering of a note 1 semitone|
|Frets||Metal strips on the fretboard|
|Headstock||Area where the tuning pegs are located|
|Improvisation||Making up a solo as you go.|
|Interval||Distance between 2 notes|
|Key||The reference pitch for a song|
|Luthier||A guitar maker|
|Natural|| Symbol (♮)
for negating a sharp or a flat.
|Nut||Section where the strings are held tightly near the headstock|
|Octave||An interval of 12 semitones or 6 whole steps|
|Root||The note of reference for a scale or chord|
|Semitone||A half step|
|Sharp||A symbol (♯) which signifies the raising of a note 1 semitone|
|Tempo||Speed of the music|
|Triad||Three note chord|