designating or of a raucous, unsophisticated style of playing jazz
Origin of gutbucketorigin, originally , a bucket for food or drink for chain-gang laborers; later used for a pail circulated to collect contributions for beer or food, especially for itinerant musicians; then, a saloon where such musicians played
- An early type of jazz characterized by a strong beat and rollicking delivery, similar to barrelhouse.
- A homemade bass instrument.
Origin of gutbucketFrom gutbucket bass a type of homemade bass instrument made from a bucket
- a washtub bass