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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of guitar.


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  • I'm not ashamed to say that the solo in question gives me goosebumps, and neighbors be damned, I turned it way up and air guitared the thing.

    R.I.P. Henry Gibson

  • Last year, it occurred in Davis Guggenheim's documentary It Might Get Loud, when Jimmy Page air-guitared to his own old 45 of Link Wray's "Rumble."

    Kim Morgan: What Makes The World Go 'Round: The Book Of Eli

  • I think of the two million who air guitared to Jimmy Page in their own room with their stereo and here's Jimmy Page and he's air guitaring too.

    Kim Morgan: Light and Shade: A Talk With Davis Guggenheim

  • So far I've hit/guitared/hiked/Thanksgiving-practiced Vancouver.

    oatcake Diary Entry

  • Rev. John Fredenberg, guitared some songs that won't be played in church. -

  • Wayne is widely-regarded as perhaps today's pre-eminent purveyor of the bold and bouncy, steel-guitared, upright bassed-Western Swing popularized in the '40s and' 50s by Bob Wills and Speedy West, the sort animated and charged by country-jazz guitar legend Jimmy Bryant.


  • They are the only band I have ever air guitared to - and air guitaring to the Weddoes was an internationally recognised form of exercise.


  • And c'mon, how cool would the world be if we all air-guitared one another instead of shooting and blowing one another up?

    SCR Blog

  • Sadly, Albertine's tinny-guitared songs are quite basic and uninspiring, but the massive Slits legacy is indeed a difficult songbook to match.


  • Think about it, how many times have you heard "Sultans of Swing" on the radio, and air-guitared along every time?



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