Some articles on guitars, guitar:

Nightmares Made Flesh - Personnel
... Peter Tägtgren – lead vocals Anders "Blakkheim" Nyström – guitars, bass, backing vocals Dan Swanö – guitars, bass, backing vocals Jonas Renkse – guitars ...
Philip Catherine - Biography
... Ed Kopp in his review of Catherine's album Guitar Groove said "Guitar Groove is an astoundingly lyrical effort from a guitarist in his prime ... Another AllAboutJazz critique John Kelman in his review of Cathrine's 2008 album Guitars Two said "Sometimes it's not a good thing to get branded too early in your career ... decade, has always been about a lot more than powerhouse fusion chops, something Guitars Two demonstrates in spades ...
Gary Marx - Discography
... The Damage Done (1980) (vocals, guitars, songwriting) - Body Electric (1982) (guitars) - Alice (1982) (guitars) - Anaconda (1983) (guitars, songwriting) - Alice EP (1 ...
Jeff Waters - Equipment
... Around 1994, he began to experiment with other guitars and over the next few years used classic models such as a Gibson SG and Gibson Les Paul to achieve the diversity of sounds ... signature Flying V that he owns and it was this guitar that he used to record Schizo Deluxe as mentioned in the video section of ... Jeff currently plays Epiphone Annihilation-V Guitars (his own model, available in Red or Black, with custom pickups, kill switch and other modifications), previously endorsing Ran ...
Ken (musician) - Guitars
... Ken is currently an endorser for Fernandes Guitars and is usually seen playing these guitars live with L'Arc-en-Ciel ... to use Van Zandt pick-ups heavily in his own personal guitars and has since moved on to Kinman pick-ups (this change having now been reflected in one of his more recent Fernandes signature models) ... However he has also used many different guitars in and out of L'Arc-en-Ciel, including Gibson, Fender, and Steinberger models ...

Famous quotes containing the word guitars:

    Even now she does the snake-hips with a hiss,
    Slops the bad wine across her shantung, talks
    Of pregnancy, guitars and bridgework, walks
    In parks or alleys, comes haply on the verge
    Of happiness, haply hysterics. Is.
    Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)

    The present century has not dealt kindly with the farmer. His legends are all but obsolete, and his beliefs have been pared away by the professors at colleges of agriculture. Even the farm- bred bards who twang guitars before radio microphones prefer “I’m Headin’ for the Last Roundup” to “Turkey in the Straw” or “Father Put the Cows Away.”
    —For the State of Kansas, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)