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air guitar

n. an imaginary guitar, played along with real music. Jed, who sees himself as some sort of rock star, plays air guitar when he’s happy or sad.
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She asked "Uncle" for his guitar and at once found the chords of the song.
When she had finished, she gave the guitar to Agatha, who at first declined it.
The wavering gloom of the little cabin; the breathless stillness outside, through which only the lapping of water against the schooner's sides could be heard; Hollis's pale face, with steady dark eyes; the energetic head of Jackson held up between two big palms, and with the long yellow hair of his beard flowing over the strings of the guitar lying on the table; Karain's upright and motionless pose, his tone--all this made an impression that cannot be forgotten.
someone could be heard within dancing frantically, marking time with his heels to the sounds of the guitar and of a thin falsetto voice singing a jaunty air.
Crestwood Guitars offers quality guitars at a discounted price.
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The product comes with an Air Cartridge that features 10 signature guitar riffs, ranging in skill level from one to five, including epic hits that have appeared throughout the Guitar Hero franchise and five original Air Guitar Rocker freestyle rifts.
The Guitar Wizard Method is different from other music-teaching approaches, introducing the actual playing of music through an interactive video game.
Enrolled in guitar lessons at age 5 by her music-loving father, King was determined to make music her life by the time she matriculated at New York University.
In the last decade, everyone was trying as hard as they could to cross over into jazz, into pop, into so many areas,'' said Fisk, the last direct pupil of Spanish guitar legend Andres Segovia and a professor at the University of Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, and the New England Conservatory of Music.
3 million, that guitar is now the centerpiece of the Allen-funded Experience Music Project, a Seattle rock 'n' roll museum and historical foundation that opened in 2000.
The guitar, autographed by the members of the rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd, will be auctioned off at the finals of the fifth annual Fortune Corporate Battle of the Bands, which Lava World and Gibson Guitar co-sponsor.
Between the appearance of the earliest dated works for the four-course Renaissance guitar, contained in Alonso Mudarra's 1546 print from Seville, and the emergence of the modern six-string instrument, also in Spain during the late eighteenth century, the "early" guitar played an important and, at times crucial, role as a solo, accompanying, and ensemble instrument in France, Italy, the Iberian Peninsula, and England.
The band recorded its latest album Suicide Invoice (Swami Records) with two guitar players and no bass.
Taylor Guitars bought a portion of the wood to make specialty guitars.