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John Flansburgh played guitar at El Grupo De Rock And Roll's very first show.
This article is about the instrument. For the song, see "The Guitar". For transcribed chords and tablatures to They Might Be Giants songs, see Guitar Tabs

Guitars have been prominent in They Might Be Giants songs, both on stage and in the studio, since the band's start.

Co-founding member John Flansburgh is the main guitar player. In the late 90s, Dan Miller joined as lead guitarist. Other guitar players have worked with the group over the years, including Eric Schermerhorn, Jay Sherman-Godfrey, and Jonathan Gregg. John Linnell has also played guitar on occasion, notably in "The Big Big Whoredom", "Mainstream U.S.A.", "Mr. Klaw", "Louisiana", and "West Virginia" from his State Songs album.

John Flansburgh[edit]

Flansburgh has used a variety of guitars on stage and in the studio, including:

Guitars of lesser note[edit]

John Flansburgh likes to keep his social media updated with his instrument purchases.

Flansburgh has spoken at length about the difficulties of playing right-handed guitars strung for left-handed players.[12]

Dan Miller[edit]

Miller has used:

See also[edit]