Are These the Top 10 Female Guitarists of All Time?

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As most fans know by now, this site often shares guitar-centric lists that were produced and posted by other news sources, including Guitar Nerds, and

Lately, we've been sharing lists created by, a group that posts top-10 lists—in video form—about pretty much everything, including space ships, theme parks, junk food, alien robots, non-alien robots, zombies, fast cars, fruit, comic-book characters, explosions and, well, you get the idea!

You might even remember two recent ones, Are These the Top 10 Rock Rhythm Guitarists of All Time? and Are These the Top 10 Heavy Metal Guitar Riffs of All Time? Ah, the memories!

Anyway, here's another one from the gang: The Top 10 Female Guitarists of All Time. Do you agree with their choices? We don't want to give away any surnames, but let's just say there's a Joan on this list, and a Nancy. There's even a Mary—and a Marnie. We'll leave the rest to you.

Be sure to check it out (and, of course, complain in the easy-to-use comments section) below.

By the way, to see a jaw-dropping new video by 17-year-old French shredder Tina S, who is not on this list (which was created in 2014), head here. Enjoy!



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