Translation of guitar in Spanish:


guitarra, n.

Pronunciation /ɡəˈtɑr//ɡɪˈtɑː/


  • 1

    guitarra feminine
    she plays (the) classical guitar toca la guitarra clásica
    • We'll start with a riff on a guitar, mandolin, bass or drums, and work it up from there.
    • I can skip the searching process now and just grab a guitar, bass, keys or drums and lay it down.
    • Maybe I too could be a rancher in Montana, plucking a guitar on my porch as the sun goes down.
    • Gone are the acoustic guitars, with two electrics skating over the simple bass lines and rim shot drums.
    • The album features an array of tracks mostly played on either the acoustic guitar or on the piano.
    • You use a lot of guitars, pianos and other acoustic instruments in your work.
    • One of them was in the iso and the other guy was out in the room with the guitars and the bass going.
    • The latter is all punk bass and frantic fuzz guitars in the verses and haunting melody during the chorus.
    • There's three of them, occupying two guitars and a bass and the rest of it just runs off a laptop.
    • They were angry, but they had a sense of humour and knew how to tune their guitars.
    • I'd definitely say that melody plays a big part in this band especially in the vocals and guitars.
    • He spent time strumming his guitar and if he ever had any money he would give it to some political party.
    • We'll start here with the acoustic guitar and then look at the electric guitar later in the article.
    • Sometimes it felt like the rhythm section were racing the guitars to see who could get to the end of the song first.
    • They both blend guitars, vocals and lyrics about lovers with electronic sounds.
    • The strings of a guitar allow control of the pitch and harmonic content of the sound produced.
    • With a wry but startling curse, he stops strumming his guitar and looks to the audience for help.
    • Acoustic guitars are strummed hard and fast on some songs, and are played with melodic flair on others.
    • The music is a sophisticated meshing of guitars, busily efficient rhythms and electronica.
    • In the early to mid nineties, fuzzy guitars and pumping bass lines were de rigueur.