#1
Hi well i´m starting to learn to play the guitar, i first practiced on my own but at some point i was stuck so i´m taking lessons with a girl from Spain that i found on the web on that site www.jukeboxlessons.com so far i have improve, and she has helped me a lot.

The other day i had a talk with my teacher about movies about guitar we exchange some titles but i´m sure there are plenty out there so i want to start this thread to post movies about guitar, guitar players and everything related with strings

Please contribute to make the list longer! ADD YOURS!

I might get loud
Wayne´s world
Light of day
Rock Star
singles
Last edited by stringbarna at Dec 9, 2013,
#2
Spinal Tap
Crossroads
Camp Rock (My personal favorite)


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#4
Eddie and The Cruisers 1 & 2.
August Rush.
Sweet and Lowdown.
Satan. Grant this man the gift of revenge against his foes at the Food Network.
#5
Tenacious D: Pick of Destiny

lulz
How do you make a signature? Is this a signature? Sig?.... Nature?..... Sigmund Freud?...... Nature Valley?.... Sigmund Fraud?..... Frankie Valli?.... ah, $!*@ it...
#6
Ooh fun.
Bill and Ted's Excellent adventure and Bogus journey.
Permanent record
Crossroads
Shut up and play your guitar!
#7
It's already here, but Wayne's World is my absolute favorite. I actually have the same model guitar from that movie. had no idea until I saw it a year back.
The Wolf in the mirror staring back at me.
#9
How could you know Cameron Crowe's Singles without putting Almost Famous? Goddamn!

The Runaways is alright.

Detroit Rock City is worth watching.

School of Rock is a classic. Linklater also directed Dazed and Confused could be classed somewhat (its a must watch regardless)

Jason Becker's Still Alive Documentary is great.

Walk the Line.

Bob Marley's Documentary is also very good.

Nowhere Boy (John Lennon and co)

Hesher

Sid and Nancy

I'm Not There (Bob Dylan)

All I can think of from off the top of my head right now.
Dance in the moonlight my old friend twilight


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#13
Walk Hard
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#14
The Rocker
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You know that old saying: "Men who play bass in the band have the largest genitalia." Well, it's the same for women.
#16
school of rock
I fell asleep on my arm once, scariest thing that ever happened to me. I thought it was kill.
#17
school of rock
spinal tap
waynes world
what's the one with steve vai in it?
and it might get loud
I gave rock n' roll to you

Anti-thayer
#21
Once.
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PRS SE Singlecut
tc electronic polytune
CMAT MODS Signa Drive
Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina
DIY gaussmarkov Dr. Boogey
EHX Small Clone
Mooer ShimVerb
DIY Beavis Devolt
T-REX Fuel Tank Chameleon
Ampeg GVT52-112
#22
Someone already recommended it, but I'll go ahead and recommend Sweet and Lowdown again. It's ****ing hilarious the way he talks about Django Reinhardt in that movie.
#25
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school of rock
spinal tap
waynes world
what's the one with steve vai in it?
and it might get loud



Steve Vai is in Crossroads
#26
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Rock of ages


Second that.
The Wolf in the mirror staring back at me.
#27
Six String Samurai
BBC Arena has good ones about Johnny Cash and Woody Guthrie
Mystery Train
Coffee and Cigarettes
What We Do is Secret
#28
Not exactly guitars but "The Wall" the Pink Floyd film and "Purple Rain" the Prince film
#30
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school of rim
rim's world
rim star
spinal rim
detroit rim city


#31
"The Rocker" with Rainn Wilson is not about guitars per se but more about being (in) a band and rock and roll in general. Definitely worth watching, though!
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