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The guitar is a much more efficient machine than a computer. More responsive
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"The guitar is a much more efficient machine than a computer. More responsive"

- Colin Greenwood

About this Quote

In this quote, Colin Greenwood is expressing his belief that the guitar is an exceptional instrument compared to a computer. He describes the guitar as a "more effective machine," indicating that it is capable of producing better results in terms of music. This might be due to the physical aspect of playing the guitar, where the artist's hands and fingers directly control the strings to produce sound, rather than typing on a keyboard. Additionally, Greenwood notes that the guitar is "more responsive," recommending that it enables a greater level of expression and control. Overall, this quote highlights the special and powerful capabilities of the guitar as a musical instrument.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Colin Greenwood somewhere between June 26, 1969 and today. He/she was a famous Musician from United Kingdom. The author also have 31 other quotes.

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