In English grammar, the preferred sentence format is, "subject, verb, object." It turns out, however, that the object is not required. "Subject, verb" makes a perfectly good sentence.
In conventional rock and roll, the power trio is often considered to be the ultimate reduction in manpower, guitar, bass, and drums. Here too, a further reduction in payroll is available. "Guitar, drums."
Sounds good to me.
(I know, Jack White was aware of this. He did very well with "guitar, drums." He also knew these guys.)
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