Discussion in 'Musical Instruments' started by Harvestor, Sep 14, 2018 at 9:45 PM.
Wow these Ladies can handle an Axe!
Very well, but shredding isn't everything. here's one of the best female geetarists ever to have lived:
And every band needs a great rhythm geetar don' it?
And now a bit of contemporary Blues & some slidin'.
Now we have some more of the best female geetarists who have ever lived and performed.
I stumbled across this group with a young lady that handles the guitar pretty well. I'd like to see her perform something that had more of her talents on display. Poor quality, but you get the drift.
And this gal...can(could?) fingerpick @ Open Tunings w/ the best of 'em, female, male and/or otherwise:
And let's not omit our friends @ the classical style geetar:
Can't see any of the video links, but IMO María del Rosario Mercedes Pilar Martínez Molina Baeza "Charo" is the best female guitarist ever.
On a side note: check out Carol Kaye, bassist for the Wrecking Crew session musicians. They don’t come much better.
Sister Rosetta Tharp
Mary Ford, went lick for lick with Les Paul.
Lita Ford, Nancy Wilson, Orianthi, Rosetta Tharpe, Maybelle Carter, Joan Jett, and Bonnie Raitt, all great in their own right.
Bonnie Raitt is the only woman honored by Fender with their own Limited Edition and Custom Shop Limited Edition guitar models.
I'm sure there are more, but these are the ones I'm familiar with.
Didn't Carol also play geetar w/ The Crew?
Two exceptionally good calls @Ross6860.
Let us not forget Liona Boyd:
Don't know what else, but she played guitar on the Righteous Brothers You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'.
The queen of classical/rock crossover ... with an extended solo intro.
I forgot Tal Wilkenfeld...
I've only heard her play bass, but I believe she started as a "conventional" guitarist.
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