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The Greg Koch Fender guitar began to take shape all the way back when Greg Koch was in the third grade. Greg cut out cardboard Fender Stratocaster guitars, then Koch used his sisters darning machine pedal as a wah-wah. By watching, listening and copying what he heard on minutes he was able to build up quickly.

Early on while in performance his Greg Koch Fender guitar, Greg melded the blues, rock and fatherland styles. Koch's Fender guitar in concert style began to mutate. This chronic by his in concert in polka groups and blues-rock ensembles of his own creation. He even accompanied Elvis impersonators.

Greg Koch considered jazz guitar for four years at the University of Wisconsin. His musical adulthood playing with a Fender led to general interest as a fiery instrumentalist. Greg was "Guitarist of the Year" (92, 94-99). His in performance style has been featured on numerous TV and radio commercials counting Sprite, Sassoon, Bank One and Oldsmobile.

Greg Koch utilizing his own tunes as a backdrop is one of a handful of guitarists that promote Fender, Guild, SUNN and De Armond instruments and tools. He bent a exceptional clinic, in which he shares a wide array of tones, tricks and anecdotes with those present. Greg was award at the Summer NAMM 2000, to debut the Fender American Chain Stratocaster. This summer music festival attracted large crowds and was a great success.


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Jeremy Hier is the Affair Administrator and Webmaster of Best Guitar Deals Jeremy Hier is a casual journalist and conventional contributer He likes to offer his guidance and tips to regulars looking to acquisition acoustic guitars and electric guitars


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