Wikipedia:WikiProject Guitarists/Article requests
Completed tasks should be removed from this list as needed.
- Scotty Anderson - The "Tele Ninja"-Guitar Player Magazine - I learn something new every time I see him play.-Chet Atkins
- Michel Cusson - guitarist for Uzeb
- Greg Koch (The "Gristle Man") - Fender Guitar/Hal Leonard clinician. Favored Nations recording artist.
- John Tsang - guitarist from Hong Kong
- Henry Garza - guitarist for Los Lonely Boys (currently a redirect)
- Aubrey Ghent - Player of pedal steel in the Sacred Steel tradition
- Brendan Gallagher - Guitarist for the Australian band Karma County and producer for Jimmy Little, 2 time ARIA winner.
- Scott Chinery - Entrepeneur and guitar collector ("The Chinery Collection")
- Stan Lassiter, progressive guitarist
- Michel Cusson
- Tommy Otto Jones - Fingerstyle guitar player. Produced by Chet Aktins. Died with 47.
- Schecter Stiletto - range of basses
- Versoul - custom guitar manufacturer
- Gilet Guitars - Custom acoustic guitar maker.
- Wandre Guitars - Italian guitar company active in the 1960's
- Trainwreck Amplifiers - Handmade amplifiers
- Lowden Guitars - Handmade guitars by George Lowden - influential new bracing design, leading light in Irish lutherie creator of what became Avalon Guitars, which has a page
- Mojave Amp Works - American amplifier maker
- Roger Rossmeisl German luthier who designed for Rickenbacker and Fender. See https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenzel_und_Roger_Rossmeisl
- Ibanez - can we agree on one of the images on the Ibanez page to put in the infobox?
- Fender Tremolux - free image requested.
- Fender Custom - what does this guitar look like?
- Hillel Slovak - free image requested, for now leave that one there.
- Hayden Amplification - free image requested.
- Glenn Branca free image of his custom made instruments requested.
- Emily Remler - Any kind of usable image would be good
- Brownie (guitar) - free image of the actual guitar
- Dean guitars - Free images requested for all Dean guitars
- Ralph Patt - Free image requested (for use with e.g. major-thirds tuning)