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The following is a list of notable jazz guitar players, including guitarists from related jazz genres such as Western swing, Latin jazz, and jazz fusion. For an article giving a short history, see jazz guitarists.

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  1. ^ Yanow, Scott (2013). The Great Jazz Guitarists. San Francisco: Backbeat. p. 1. ISBN 978-1-61713-023-6.
  2. ^ Barth, Joe (2006). Voices in Jazz Guitar. Pacific, Missouri: Mel Bay. p. 1. ISBN 0786676795.
  3. ^ Kennedy, Gary (2002). Kernfeld, Barry (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. 1 (2nd ed.). New York: Grove's Dictionaries. p. 17. ISBN 1-56159-284-6.
  4. ^ Enright, Ed (February 2009). "75 Great Guitarists". DownBeat. Elmhurst, Illinois: Maher. 76 (2): 27–43.
  5. ^ Carlton, Jim (2009). Conversations with Great Jazz and Studio Guitarists. Pacific, Missouri: Bill's Music Shelf/Mel Bay. p. 5. ISBN 978-078665123-8.
  6. ^ Sallis, James, ed. (1996). The Guitar in Jazz. Lincoln, Nebraska: Univ. of Nebraska Press. ISBN 9780803242500.
  7. ^ Rose, Joel (9 August 2010). "Joe Negri: From handyman to jazz guitarist". All Things Considered. NPR, National Public Radio. Retrieved 4 October 2012.
  8. ^ Peterson, Jonathon (2002). "Tuning in thirds: A new approach to playing leads to a new kind of guitar". American Lutherie: The Quarterly Journal of the Guild of American Luthiers. Tacoma, WA: The Guild of American Luthiers. Number 72 (Winter): 36–43. ISSN 1041-7176. Archived from the original on 21 October 2011. Retrieved 9 October 2012. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  9. ^ Griewank, Andreas (1 January 2010), Tuning guitars and reading music in major thirds, Matheon preprints, 695, Rosestr. 3a, 12524 Berlin, Germany: DFG research center "MATHEON, Mathematics for key technologies" Berlin, MSC-Classification 97M80 Arts. Music. Language. Architecture