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electric instrument

[i¦lek·trik ′in·strə·mənt]
(engineering)
An electricity-measuring device that indicates, such as an ammeter or voltmeter, in contrast to an electric meter that totalizes or records.
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He speaks of Caswall being a pupil and the fellow worker of Mesmer, and states that though, when the latter left France, he took away with him a vast quantity of philosophical and electric instruments, he was never known to use them again.
"The mandola was designed and built as a result of a commission for a solid electric instrument but, subsequently, the commissioner sadly passed away.
When Bob Dylan skipped his acoustic guitar and "went electric" on stage in 1965, it was with a Stratocaster model from Fender Musical Instruments Corp [FNDR.UL], considered by many the quintessential rock 'n' roll electric instrument.
"In addition to guitar, Jonny plays piano, recorder and harmonica, and he has a love for the ondes martenot," explains Richard, referring to an electric instrument from the 1920s, with a keyboard where you can slide the note up and down so that sounds like an alien (think Doctor Who).
Which famous electric instrument was invented in 1934?
The two branches contain all kinds of the requirements of food consumer goods, vegetables, fruits, fresh meat, bakery along with special sector of electric instrument and household.
One man was playing an electric instrument made of an oil drum and some forks.
The clicking of the electric instrument on a shelf at the side of the clock ceased and with it ceased the corresponding ticks on similar instruments in many jewelry and watch stores throughout the City.
Her harp is also rather extraordinary, a pink electric instrument which she can strap on and take around with her.It's been dubbed the `Barbie'harp.
Other features include a sensitive built-in microphone for acoustic tuning, line-in jack for electric instrument hook up, widescreen LCD display and an automatic power-off feature.