The #AGuitaristIs project was started in response to the idea that there are no new guitar heroes, a thesis of the article "Death of the Electric Guitar". On the contrary, Sarah believes that the Boston music community alone is host to many inspiring guitarists. Though mainstream media may depict the guitar hero as a homogeneous identity, the reality is that guitar heroes represent a variety of genres, ages, races, cultures, genders, and sex. The #AGuitaristIs project was a way to display proof of what Sarah already knew to be true.
In June 2017, she began to interview guitar players in her community and publish them via Savoir Faire's social media outlets.
In July 2018, the interview project came to an end, but to date the project continues with a monthly playlist and a concert series.
In May 2019, Savoir Faire hosted the first #AGuitaristIs showcase at The Burren in Somerville. The event featured guitarists Andrew Aghababian, Tory Silver, Meaghan Casey, Paul Yu, and Josie Lowder. The event raised enough money to sponsor a scholarship for Girls Rock Campaign Boston .
The next #AGuitarisIs showcase is set for December 8, 2019.