George Lynch Guitar String Crystal Pendant


George Lynch guitar string pendant

Please note in the description: Due to the high demand of the StringsforaCURE® jewelry, orders take 6 – 8 weeks to complete.

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George Lynch of Dokken and solo band Lynch Mob, guitar string pendant made out of George’s used/played strings. Pendant is designed by 2x breast cancer survivor Elisa Guida.  Pendant is app. 2 ” and contains a 6mm Capri blue Swarovski crystal. Comes with a 16, 18, 20, 22 or 24″ stainless beaded chain. Due to the high demand of the StringsforaCURE® jewelry, orders take 6 – 8 weeks to complete. These pieces are handmade and vary slightly.


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George Lynch
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George Lynch (born September 28, 1954) is an American guitarist, best known for his work with the hard rock band Dokken and his post-Dokken solo band Lynch Mob. He is considered one of the most famous and influential 1980s metal guitarists and is known for his unique playing style and sound.
He is ranked No. 47 on “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” by Guitar World magazine and No. 10 on “Top 10 Metal Guitarists of All Time” by Gibson.

Dokken had a string of successful platinum albums that prominently featured Lynch’s inventive lead guitar work. The instrumental track “Mr. Scary” on Back for the Attack contributed to his popularity among guitar players. The band earned a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance in 1990.

The group parted ways in March 1989 due to internal tensions with lead vocalist Don Dokken. Lynch formed his own hard rock band Lynch Mob, which differed from Dokken in lyrical and guitar complexity, subject matter, song structure, and tuning. Lynch took time off when his wife Christy Lynch had a baby girl, Mariah Lynch.

Lynch released his first solo album Sacred Groove in 1993.

After Don Dokken, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown reunited in 1994 they decided to bring Lynch back as well for a true reunion of Dokken. The reunited version of Dokken was signed to the Columbia/Sony label and after extensive writing released Dysfunctional. The album did not do as well as expected and the band was dropped from the label. Dokken then signed on with CMC International and released an “unplugged” show performed in late 1994 titled One Live Night.

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