Guitars Quotes

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Jennifer Donnelly
“I play until my fingers are blue and stiff from the cold, and then I keep on playing. Until I'm lost in the music. Until I am the music--notes and chords, the melody and harmony. It hurts, but it's okay because when I'm the music, I'm not me. Not sad. Not afraid. Not desperate. Not guilty.”
Jennifer Donnelly, Revolution

Jeff Beck
“My first wife said, 'It's either that
guitar or me,' you know -- and I give
you three guesses which one went.”
Jeff Beck

V.C. Andrews
“Chris was in the rocker, fully clothed, and was strumming idly on
Cory's guitar. "Dance, ballerina, dance," he softly chanted, and his
singing voice wasn't bad at all. Maybe we could work as musicians---a
trio -if Carrie ever recovered enough to want a voice again.”
V.C. Andrews, Flowers in the Attic

Brenda Sutton Rose
“I asked about the price of the guitars, reminding him that if expected me to man the cash register, I’d need to know what to charge. He told me, 'There ain’t no set price on these babies. Take what the customer offers you. Even if it’s his soul.”
Brenda Sutton Rose

“Artists have a unique ability to paint the world, and to help people see injustice. They do it not with guns, but with pens and guitars and paintbrushes.”
Teresa R. Funke, Bursts of Brilliance for a Creative Life blog

Brenda Sutton Rose
“When you scratch these guitars, they bleed.”
Brenda Sutton Rose

Brenda Sutton Rose
“A real musician ain’t gonna choose his own guitar like an evil master choosing his slave. The guitar will choose his master and when he does, you’ll know it.”
Brenda Sutton Rose

D.H. Lawrence
“And they tramped off to the forests with sturdy youths bearing guitars, twang-twang!”
D. H. Lawrence

Carolina De Robertis
payadas, sung by pairs of country men who knew the life of gauchos and horses abd lassos and dirt, who battled each other through song, caught up in a duel of wits, brandishing guitars and verses spit from their mouths”
Carolina De Robertis, The Gods of Tango