Sentences with Guitar, Sentences about Guitar in English
1. I played the guitar.
2. I don’t own a guitar.
3. I want to buy a decent guitar.
4. My son will go to guitar course.
5. She knew how to play the guitar.
6. I am learning to play the guitar.
7. Do you know how to play the guitar?
8. You can play the guitar by yourself.
9. I could play a guitar when I was a child
10. I could play a guitar when I was a child.
11. I play the guitar for 1 hour in the evening.
12. They are playing the guitar in the classroom.
13. I don’t play the piano but I play the guitar.
14. He practices playing the guitar until late at night.
15. Although he liked to play the guitar, he did not want to play in the concert.
16. We used to play music for fun. Much more than now. Now nobody picks up a guitar unless they’re paid for it.
17. Jason had been playing the guitar and singing songs for ten years when Jason joined the competition and he won.
18. I gave guitar lessons. I tried to join bands. My mom always said it was obvious that nothing was going to stop me.
19. The music of Hendrix wakes people up to their possibilities. It’s more than just dreaming about being a guitar hero.
20. Radiohead and Our Lady Peace are doing the seven layers of guitar, and I kind of jumped on that before anyone else did.
21. George wrote Taxman, and I played guitar on it. He wrote it in anger at finding out what the taxman did. He had never known before then what could happen to your money.
22. Ninety percent of all music is always crap, and when too many people decide they’re going to have guitar bands, then ninety percent of them are going to be crap. It’s just a given law.
23. You can muck around with different guitars for certain bits, but you have to have your own sound. That’s your benchmark, that’s your sound. I also play a Black Beauty. It sounds amazing.
24. I am Classic Rock Revisited. I revisit it every waking moment of my life because it has the spirit and the attitude and the fire and the middle finger. I am Rosa Parks with a Gibson guitar.
25. Our last jam session was this past Christmas. Dad played his harmonica, mom sang in English and Italian, and I played guitar. I’m so happy that we could share that musical experience for one last time.
26. It was my 16th birthday – my mom and dad gave me my Goya classical guitar that day. I sat down, wrote this song, and I just knew that that was the only thing I could ever really do – write songs and sing them to people.
27. I keep guitars that are, you know, the neck’s a little bit bent and it’s a little bit out of tune. I want to work and battle it and conquer it and make it express whatever attitude I have at that moment. I want it to be a struggle.
28. My mom bought me a white Strat, but that wasn’t what I wanted, so I went to a guitar store in Cleveland and – the guy told me it was a really good deal – made an even swap for a blue Teisco Del Ray. I loved that guitar and used it a bunch.
29. I heard the Beatles and the Stones, and Mom bought me an electric guitar. I played lead for four years and then switched to bass. One day someone suggested that I should sing, so I sheepishly stepped up to the microphone and the rest is rock history.
30. Right now, it hasn’t affected my music other than the fact that I don’t have time to write any of it. That’s no different from when I first started and I lived at home. I would play the guitar in the afternoon and then my mom or my dad would come home and I’d have to quit.