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The Man In Black knew how a thing or two about making a guitar move. His early recordings with the Tennessee Two are testament to his inimitable ‘freight train’ style, a sound that served him well through his career.
The guitar: Generally a Martin man who favoured D-28s, Cash had his fair share of Gibsons, and also had a custom Martin D-35.
Key cover: Get Rhythm (1956) is perhaps the finest example of Cash’s raw talent in its early days, and a great song to practice that shuffling sound.