would it always be?
Juan toca la guitarra
ever using el guitarra? I am guessing no way as the noun needs to agree with the ending or the feminine grammar
Yes it is Juan toca la guitarra, Juan plays the guitar but I think you could say Juan es el guitarrista en esté concierto, Juan is the guitarist in this concert and if it was a female you would say something like, Maria es la guitarista en esté concierto.
The "la" goes with the feminine noun "guitarra" and will always be, no matter who is playing it. It's the guitar itself that's paired with the feminine article "la" (or "las", if more than one guitar is involved.)
The word is fem. so "la guitarra" would be the correct written expression. I am sure the gurus will weigh in soon!!
Ken, stellar clarity
ps- stellar, word of the day stellar
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It will always be la guitarra, but it sounds like you are trying to ask about guitarrista or a guitar player. That noun is either masculine or feminine depending on the sex of the person.
el guitarrista=male guitar player
la guitarrista=female guitar player.
The article of the noun is masculine, femine, singular, or plural depending on the word that the article describes.