The electric violin and the acoustic guitar are two of the most iconic instruments on the planet.
For the past 150 years, musicians have recorded countless hits with their instrument, and in many cases, their own personal compositions.
But just how far does the two instruments go?
NPR’s Scott Simon and Andrea Zaccarino look at how each is a different instrument and how each has influenced modern pop music.
Produced by: Sarah Gries, Laura Burchardt, and Brianne Fetterman.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.