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guitar pull

guitar pull
 n.— «There’s a scene in Heartworn Highways, the late Jim Szalapski’s 1975 documentary on singer/songwriters, that takes place around Guy Clark’s kitchen table on Christmas Eve. It’s a “guitar pull”—a term used to describe an informal get-together of songwriters to test new material on each other, play each others’ songs and party. » —“Legends get loose” by James Kelly Creative Loafing (Atlanta, Georgia) Jan. 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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