My question is regarding musical instruments. Their are waves produced in wind instruments and in stringed instruments. If a wind instrument (lets say a tuba) is played directly next to a stringed instrument (lets say a guitar) will the sounds waves (in air) produced by the wind instrument cause the strings of the stringed instrument to vibrate at a similar frequency? In other words, could sound waves of a certain frequency cause a guitar string to vibrate and produce a note/tone/harmonic? If so, what is the connection to the tones produced? Will sound waves of a certain frequency (like that which produces a C note) cause a guitar string to vibrate and produce that same frequency and note? Will this note be loud enough to hear effectively? If anyone is familiar with an indian sitar, it has a set of strings played like a guitar with another set of strings underneath that vibrate and produce a range of tones based on the note that is plucked on the main strings. This is similar to what I described above, except strings are produced waves that vibrate other similar strings. I mentioned this as an example, in case it would help clarify what I was talking about. If anyone has any insight or answers to this question, I would really appreciate it. I have tried to find the answer all over, but am getting confused by unrelated material. I apologize if my question sounds confusing. Thanks so much to anyone who can help!