electric guitar

  1. a guitar whose sound is amplified by electrical means
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How To Use electric guitar In A Sentence

  • You know, when the Beatles started there was a record company guy who said electric guitar music was finished.
  • Careful with that Electric guitar, Roger Waters gave it to me as a gift.
  • There is an electric guitar, drums and a harmonica. The Sun
  • Today he divides his time between emergency wards and electric guitars. Times, Sunday Times
  • With this in-your-face romping composition, Alpinestars's dirty electro flirts with raw electric guitars and angelic choirboys.
  • This paper is one pair of electric guitar playing and understanding on the article.
  • There had been electrified flat-tops since the 1950s, such as Gibson's CF-100E and J-160E or Martin's D-18E and D-28E, but these had conventional electric guitar pickups installed on an acoustic guitar.
  • Perhaps the best amalgamation of Kahane's effectively intricate arrangements and the newly acquired electric guitar sheen occurs on "Last Dance," a melancholic portrait of a new widow, or perhaps an abandoned lover "She takes her bundle of pills, she poaches her egg and eats it/And feels his slight impression like crushed pillows hold the shape of a body after nights of sleep and shadows". Daniel J. Kushner: After Aesthetics: Gabriel Kahane's Where Are The Arms
  • The microphone; the sampler, the phonograph, the electric guitar, the DJ, all of have infringed upon the sanctimony of contemporary popular music and came out vindicated.
  • At times he still sounds as fresh as the freewheeler of 1962, or the young rebel who plugged in that electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival.
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