I usually worked with a guitar in one hand, and a camera in the other.
It would be like midnight ‘til we’d be able to bust out a guitar and drums.
Trawick appears in one of the photos; they cuddle as he holds a guitar.
The truck pulls the guitar over railroad tracks, through rocks and gravel, whatever, and the guitar is still speaking.
Burnett says Bruton threw himself into writing music and playing the guitar for the soundtrack.
With a final, ringing wail, the music of the guitar suddenly ceased.
Down the middle of the guitar there is a walled enclosure of the shape of a banjo.
Reed flutes or pipes and a species of guitar are among the principal of these instruments.
What good fortune it was to have saved your guitar from shipwreck!
The King was bored and retired to talk of the next ballet and to play the guitar with his intimates.
1620s, ultimately from Greek kithara "cithara," a stringed musical instrument related to the lyre, perhaps from Persian sihtar (see sitar); the name reached English several times, including early 14c. giterne, in reference to various stringed, guitar-like instruments; the modern word is directly from Spanish guittara, from Arabic qitar, from the Greek.