Play (an instrument) in such a way as to produce such sounds
some old men were twanging banjos
Utter (something) with a nasal twang
the announcer was twanging out all the details
A strong ringing sound such as that made by the plucked string of a musical instrument or a released bowstring
A nasal or other distinctive manner of pronunciation or intonation characteristic of the speech of an individual, area, or country
an American twang
cause to sound with a twang; "He twanged the guitar string"
a sharp vibrating sound (as of a plucked string)
exaggerated nasality in speech (as in some regional dialects)
twitch or throb with pain
pluck (strings of an instrument); "He twanged his bow"
pronounce with a nasal twang
Twang!! is a musical written by Lionel Bart, based on the story of Robin Hood. It is most famous for its disastrous box-office failure. It opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London's West End on the 20th of December 1965 and ran for three weeks. ...
Twang is the title of the 26th studio album by American country music artist George Strait. It was released on August 11, 2009 via MCA Nashville, the same label to which Strait has been signed since 1981. It is produced by Tony Brown. ...
Twang were an indie band from Manchester/Preston, England, signed to Ron Johnson Records. Their first release was a flexi-disc, "What's The Rub" in 1985. ...
The Twang are an indie rock band from Birmingham, England, formed in 2001. The band have released two studio albums - 'Love It When I Feel Like This (2007) and 'Jewellery Quarter (2009). ...
An onomatopoeia for the sound of a vibrating string - e.g. of a bow, or a musical instrument; A technical term for a particular sharp vibrating sound characteristic of electrical guitars; A trace of regional or foreign accent in someone's voice; A sound quality that appears in the human voice ...
The sound made by the combination of attack and midrange response of a pickup with moderate transparency when picked closer to the bridge. Usually associated with the low mid frequencies of the wound strings. ...
A technique involving your nose, to resonate sound to sound more powerful, and sometimes harsh and unpleasant.