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Residential burglary, 300 block G Street, five guitars worth $8,850 total, $150 suit bag, $300 earrings, and five necklaces worth $1,000 total.
Sonny Burgess, 88, a rockabilly singer whose hollering vocal style and frantic, jangling guitar made him one of the most electrifying stars in the Sun Records galaxy in the 1950s, died Aug. 18 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Anthony rolled past a room called the Child Life Zone, with movies and air hockey and a guitar signed by Garth Brooks.
My show is just me, the guitar, the piano and the words and music.
Back in the '90s the Philly outfit was making a type of semi-gritty rap-inflected soul-rock with lots of guitars jangling and slashing in front of cracking backbeats.
Riverdale's first season had plenty of great musical moments, including every time Josie and the Pussycats took the stage or when Archie broke out the guitar.
Autographed guitars adorn the walls of Rick Siskey’s garage and man cave.
Or swaying to the guitars, ballads and conga drums on the open-air plaza in the ancient town of Trinidad, where music plays for free all day and night.
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Origin and Etymology of guitar
First Known Use: 1668See Words from the same year
GUITAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guitar for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that is held against the front of your body and that has usually six strings which are played with your fingers or with a pick
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