Tune In! 10 Classic TV Theme Songs Where Guitar Is the Star

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redstrat8

PAT MORITA WAS CALLED MR T BEFORE THE A TEAM MR T .PAT MORITA WAS ON A SHOW CALLED MR T AND TINA

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guitar_dude7877

Firefly, MM Power Rangers, X-Men the animated series.

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balthazar4b

Another lame 'best of' list. Where the hell is The Rockford Files?

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edumaia

MAGNUM PI!!!!!!!

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redstrat8

TWILIGHT ZONE
SEINFIELD -GREAT BASS
BEVERLY HILLBILLIES

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rawkbass

Night Court had an awesome bass line.

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box of dope

ren & stimpy, nice! love that law and order theme, also duhn duhn sets up the scene perfectly.

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thrash8315

Considering that it came out during the dark ages of guitar playing (the 90's), I am surprised that the Power Rangers theme wasn't included. It was the best part of the show.

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box of dope

heck yeah dude,also the first time i thougt coreographed fighting was cool.

Gnurp

credits would have been useful...

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randybass

I cant believe King Of The Hill didn't make the top ten.

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Darth Compton

Saved By The Bell! I know, it's mostly a rip on Johnny B Good, but still :P

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jjaramos

" Here super-stiff yet amazingly tasty blues plucks merge with a heavy, measured rhythm section to create feelings of simmering introspection and patience – both of which you’ll need, incidentally, to get through the show." HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
What about Knight Rider? Also, Airwolf is a killer tune to play on guitar.

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fredcobber

If Hill Street Blues and Larry Carlton aren't on the list then it must be a good reason for that, not a worry I would think.

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zedman

Some good stuff on the list--but I'd have included the theme to the Munsters--that was some cool guitar.

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errbt

?!? True, it does have some cool guitar...which is why it is #6 on this list.

kcchiefs

Hey, what about WKRP in Cincinnati? Not only a great theme song but pretty good show.

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edumaia

Magnum P.I. !!!!!!!!

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jellecaster

How could you possibly leave Hill Street Blues and Larry Carlton's amazing fretwork off the list?

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