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  1. Kigaramar

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    Dec 30,  · A reggae guitarist would have a lighter, crisper, more percussive approach, producing an almost toneless scratch as opposed to a ‘chord’. Listen to the intro on The Wailers' Stir It Up, and you’ll hear that pure reggae rhythm guitar sound, with no ‘additives’. You only .
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  8. JoJok

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