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Pete Townshend

Pete Townshend

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Pete Townshend is known as the windmill playing, guitar smashing showboat that helped the Who make a name for themselves. unrivaled by most guitarist, Pete could put on an amazing show, stabing at fans hearts with powerful larger the life stunts and attitude that is associated with his playing. The guitar smashing and "no rules" playing made him unique at his place in music. No one can top that, he was one of the first people to develop that style, along with Jimi Hendrix.  

Associated Guitars:

Gibson Les Paul

Fender Stratocaster

 
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