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To produce a second overtone when strumming a guitar, you will want to _____________. a. pluck the string closer to the top of the guitar c. pluck the stings more quickly b. pluck the string closer to the bottom of the guitar d. pluck the string with greater force
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To produce a second overtone when strumming a guitar, you will want to: pluck the stings more quickly.
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To produce a second overtone when strumming a guitar, you will want to: pluck the stings more quickly.
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