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Definition funny of Guitart:
A female OR male who is presented in advertisements wearing scant, yet sloven attire, with a Strat or Les Paul strapped around their neck so as to target a specific market demographic with propaganda, but who has no discernible musical talent whatsoever -- only because they're never actually seen or heard playing it.
Clive: That rock chick & metal dude on that billboard over there are so awesome!; bet they could out-shred Angus Young, Slash, and Frank Gambale if they were all to play their entire discographies, not respectively, but rather, collectively, in a single sitting, feeding every note into a giant audio mulcher. Jacinta: You numbskull!, they're 'Guitarts', and are much like children were expected to be in the 1800's: seen, but never heard.
This is the common name given to a total whore involved with rock music, or, just guitaring.
Hayley Williams. "Ugh, that Hayley Williams is such a guiTart" :S
Songs about Guitart:
Guitart [Explicit] by Luke Schmaltz from the Album Hell Can Wait
Books about Guitart:
Guitart: Webster's Timeline History, 1855 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Serapio Guitart. Un yeyé en el franquismo (Spanish Edition) by Antonio Perales (Mar 19, 2014)
GuitArt. Gitarren- und Lautenmotive in der Bildenden Kunst by Manfred Hilden (2008)
Dialectología hispanoamericana. Teoría - Descripción - Historia. Con una introducción a la fonología contemporánea... (Jan 1, 1982)
Sonido y sentido: Teor¨ªa y pr¨¢ctica de la pronunciaci¨®n del espa?ol con audio CD (Georgetown Studies in Spanish... (0001)
Sonido y sentido: Teorï¿½a y prï¿½ctica de la pronunciaciï¿½n del espaï¿½ol con audio CD (Georgetown Studies in... (2004)
By Jorge M. Guitart Sonido y sentido: Teor??a y pr?ctica de la pronunciaci??n del espa?ñol con audio CD (Georgetown... by Jorge M. Guitart (Dec 2, 2004)
Wiki information Guitart:
Saint Francisco Coll Guitart was a priest of the Order of Preachers and founded the Dominican Sisters of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin. He was beatified by Pope John Paul II on 29 April 1979 and canonized on 11 October 2009 by Benedict XVI.
Justí Guitart i Vilardebó reigned as the Bishop of Urgell and Episcopal Co-Prince of Andorra from 1920 to 1940. Born in Barcelona, Vilaredbó was ordained as a priest in 1901, and was consecrated as Bishop of Urgell on May 23, 1920. He took the oath...