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Stevie Ray Vaughn

Stevie Ray Vaughn

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Stevie Ray Vaughn took blues guitar to a whole new level. He wrote some of the most complicated and some of the best sounding guitar riffs and solos in the music world. He was the leader of the bounce back of blues rock in the 80's, and in a time of Arena rock, brought a whole genre back to life. Inspired by the greats like Hendrix, Muddy Waters, and Chuck Berry, Stevie shot to the top. Only to die in an accident not long after overcomeing drug problems.  

Associated Guitars:

Fender Stratocasters

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