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Synonyms for guitarist

a musician who plays the guitar

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The band have even been given the seal of approval by guitar God Johnny Marr, who they supported earlier this year.
BLUES guitar god Bonamassa rocks out with the best of them, both as a solo artist and a member of Black Country Communion.
Unfortunately, as this was our first time, we wound up playing more like Donny Osmond than Kansas guitar god Kerry Livgren.
This month's sell-out Journey show at Newcastle's City Hall was about as good as it gets with guitar god Neal Schon in fret-burning form and new front-man singer Jeff Scott Soto a massive presence.
The radio auctions are "On-Air" in Washington DC and Chicago, featuring guitars autographed by Rolling Stones guitar god, Keith Richards.
Given the thumbs-up by no less a guitar god than Jimmy Page himself, he said: "You're getting great reviews, I wish you all the best.
Somewhere, the mighty axe of a great and hairy guitar god lies buried deep in a rock.
GUITAR god Joe Satriani, (pictured) whose new album Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards is released on October 4, is flying over for a short tie-in tour that will feature a Birmingham Symphony Hall date on Saturday, October 23.
Featuring singer/songwriter Craig Rawding, self-taught guitar-virtuoso (and guitar god in the making) Charlie O'Neal, bassist extraordinaire Rick O'Neal (Charlie's brother) and Berklee-grad drummer Jeff "J.
A resounding testimony to the fretboard shredding R&B practised by the band fronted by mighty Mick Green, guitar god supreme.
But guitar god Jimmy Page has a new release - a website, to be exact.
Actors Justine Bateman, Bill Mumy and Shayne Lamas stayed late in hopes of the promised appearance of guitar god Jeff Beck, but to no avail.
GUITAR god Ritchie Blackmore continues his exploration of Renaissance folk and contemporary rock with partner and vocalist Candice Night on their fifth studio album.
The truth is, nobody was ever interested in promoting us in the UK," says the guitar god partly responsible for a series of soft rock anthems which helped shape the soundtrack to a rich and vibrant late '70s/early '80s Californian music scene.
A prog-rock guitar god with Yes and Asia, a virtuoso solo performer and an inveterate musical collaborator, few artists have made a more comprehensive job of exploring the full range of their chosen instrument.