Are you an electric guitar player? Do you know the Bob Marley Guitar Hero? The following I will tell you something about it.
Bob Marley Guitar Hero, one of the most recognized and respected in the world of music, was a multi-instrumentalist capable of playing various instruments such as guitar, piano, saxophone, harmonica and percussion. Despite his untimely death at the age of 36 when untreated cancer spread to his lungs, his legacy in the form of hymns such as raggae “Buffalo Soldier”, “No Woman No Cry”, “Redemption Song”, ” I Shot The Sheriff, which was covered by Eric Clapton, and dozens more songs, more dedication to the Rastafari movement lives on.
During Bob Marley Guitar Hero performances in his career from 1963 to 1981, he is often seen playing his Gibson Les Paul Special. Currently, this legendary guitar is retained and displayed at the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, Jama That. Not surprisingly, the guitar is one of the most popular exhibits in the display.
In 2002, as a tribute to the Bob Marley Guitar Hero himself, the leading guitar company Gibson issued 200 limited edition Les Paul Specials Bob Marley built to the exact specifications of the original special used by Marley. While it is recognized that no replica would never come close to such a unique guitar that played by reggae legend, I’m a little idea that there will be no complaints from collectors Bob Marley paraphernalia about Gibson faithful reproduction of the instrument.