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Jerry Garcia

Jerry Garcia

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The Grateful Dead's, spokesman, lead guitarist, and face, Jerry Garcia defined a genre. The Grateful Dead started as a small band in San Francisco, and driven by Jerry's improvised playing, flair, and unique style, the Dead gathered a massive fan base and created a Genre; Dead. Jerry's combination of Rock and Blue Grass style playing made his style unique. The Dead were consistently successful from the late 60's, until Jerry's death in the early 90's. All the while Jerry was an amazing guitarist that changed the way people play and veiw improvisation and lead guitarist.  

Associated Guitars:

Gibson SG

Gibson Les Paul

Doug Irwin Custom guitars

 
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