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  • n. Plural form of guitarist.


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  • While any number of Latin American guitarists play flamenco style, he added, "they are the only ones that add this metal-rock spice that makes them so different."

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  • Their bassist doubles as producer, and one of the guitarists is their manager.

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  • Enough sustain to please most guitarists, which is awesome for using the floyd with or without using harmonics to make it scream.

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  • The Band, as well as long-time friends such as guitarists Jesse Harris and Tony Scherr and drummer

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  • In fact, I'd say 95 per cent of 'guitarists' are more interested in image than music.

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  • Ditching Johnny Marr was the best thing they've ever done - they appear to be a functioning, multi-faceted entity again rather than a mere extension of the former Smiths 'guitarists' ego - and the vastly expanded range of instruments gave a fuller and more varied sound than before.

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  • He was also ably aided by splendid backup players, such as guitarists Jerry Garcia and Dave Mason, and fiddler David Lindley.


  • Guitars, a CD / DVD set featuring collaborations be-tween McCoy Tyner and five "guitarists"

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  • Plus, there's individual jammers such as guitarists Mimico Bill and Basil.

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  • As soon as the final “Amen” is said, the electric guitarists, drummers, and saxophone players spring into action.

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