Musicians Famous Guitarists from Wales

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List of famous guitarists born who were born in Wales, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Many of these guitar players from Wales are legends in the music world, each with their own innovative styles of play. If you play guitar, whether acoustic or electric, then these famous Wales guitar players should be people you look up to. These are some of the best guitarists that have ever picked up the instrument, and whether they play rock, blues, metal or folk, these men and women are considered legends.

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This list answers the questions, "What guitar players are from Wales?" and "Who are famous Wales guitarists?"

"Guitar" George Borowski

Birthplace: Wales, Eurasia, United Kingdom, Wrexham, United Kingdom, + more

Andy Fairweather Low is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Famous Guitarists from Wales
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Andrew Fairweather Low is a Welsh guitarist, songwriter, producer and vocalist. He was a founding member of 1960s British pop band Amen Corner, and in recent years has toured extensively with Roger Waters, Eric Clapton and Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings. ...more on Wikipedia

Nationality: Wales, United Kingdom

Birthplace: Wales, Ystrad Mynach, Eurasia, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, + more

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Andy Scott is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Famous Guitarists from Wales
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Andy Scott is a British musician and songwriter. He is best known for being the lead guitarist and a vocalist in the band Sweet. ...more on Wikipedia

Nationality: Wales

Birthplace: Wrexham, United Kingdom

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Brian Godding is a pop, rock and jazz guitarist. He was brought up, and has mostly lived, in London. He has been a member of many rock, jazz and progressive rock bands, such as The Gravediggers, The Ingoes, Blossom Toes, B. B. Blunder, Solid Gold Cadillac, Magma, Centipede, Mike Westbrook Orchestra and Full Monte. As session or guest musician, he appeared on Julie Driscoll's 1969 album, Reg King's solo album, three albums by Kevin Coyne and Andrew Leigh's Magician album, as well as A Wish for a Season by Kind Hearts & English. Godding is the brother-in-law of Julie Driscoll. ...more on Wikipedia

Nationality: Wales, United Kingdom

Birthplace: Wales

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