Lennon - wielding his Gibson J-160E or Martin D28 - is the man behind many Beatles acoustic classics. Look at what makes them tick
Progressive-rock was primarily a “British thing,” exemplified by acts like King Crimson, Genesis, Yes and Emerson, Lake & Palmer.
Joe Bonamassa picked up a guitar at age four, could cop SRV and Hendrix licks note-for-note by age seven, and was discovered by B.B. King while still in his pre-teens.
Jerry Garcia is best known as the lead guitar player and primary singer/songwriter of the Grateful Dead.
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