#2
you'd get a semi mainly for clean parts and blues.
you noticd how you never see metal bands play semis?
except for hellyeah, but they don't really count.
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#3
the difference is one has holes

jk

i think hollow bodys dont sound very good we have one and i dont like the sound of it but maybe its just mine
#4
Solid body electric guitars have no hollow internal cavity to accommodate vibration - you'll get a different sound and virtually no feedback like you would a hollow body.The hollow body guitars work in a similar way to solid body guitars except that because the hollow body also vibrates, the pickups convert a combination of string and body vibration into an electrical signal.

You'll probably notice a difference in sound and feedback really. Personal preferences vary.
#5
However thats not to say you cant go high gain with semis, its just they'd be ****ing loud and definitely would experience some feedback. But that isn't necessarily bad.
#6
It has everything to do with the resonance. Solids have almost non on their own.
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