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Joe Jammer may not be a household name, but after spending nearly 50 years playing with legends of rock and roll, he is happy with his relative anonymity.

Widely regarded as the world's first ever guitar technician after roadying for Led Zeppelin, The Who and Jimi Hendrix, Joe Wright, dubbed 'the Jammer' by Led Zepp guitarist Jimmy Page, wants to show youngsters how to play "real guitar".

Now 62, but a bright eyed 16-year-old when he first met Jimi Hendrix, Mr Wright plans to pass on the invaluable music knowledge he has acquired in nearly 50 years of rock and roll.

The American turned Mordenite is starting up his own guitar school, called Music Marines, where youngsters can learn how the real axemen of the 60s and 70s played.

Read the full story at: Your Local Guardian


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