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one of the greatest guitar players ever. one of the first guitar players to use fuzztone and feedback 1965 or 66.a true great of rock guitar playing. at almost 60 years old becks guitar playing keeps getting better.jeff beck a true talent and legend.
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The Nussy, or the “nose pussy”, if you will, was discovered during the corona virus pandemic of 2020. People that had to be tested for Covid-19 had to have their nose swabbed right where the brain connects, which often led to people rolling back their eyes and gagging.

A nose-swab-fetish developed from this, because we, as humans, ruin everything.
“Oh fuck yeah, swab my nussy”

Sir, please, I went to medical school

“uwu”
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One of the greatest and most influential guitar players in the world.

Jeff Beck was born in Surrey, England on June 24, 1944. He build his own electric guitar when he was only thirteen years old using a radio as an amplifier. At age 15 Jeff joined his first band, the Deltones. They played mostly the music of the Shadow's, who were considered England's most popular band until the Beatles came along and changed that. Jeff joined the Tridents in 1963. In March of 1965, Jeff was hired by the Yardbirds to replace Eric Clapton, who had just left the group, to go join John Mayall. Jeff played with the Yardbirds until the fall of 1966.

After Jeff left the Yardbirds, he recorded some tracks with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Keith Moon. One of the songs that was recorded was "Beck's Bolero. In February of 1967, Jeff formed the Jeff Beck Group. Rod Stewart did the vocals for the band, while Ron Wood went from playing guitar to playing bass later on. The Jeff Beck Group, with its ever changing line-up, finally disbanded in the summer of 1972.

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Jeff Beck is a great guitar player

Jeff Beck used to play guitar with The Yardbirds
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One of the greatest and most influential guitar players in the world.

Jeff Beck was born in Surrey, England on June 24, 1944. He build his own electric guitar when he was only thirteen years old using a radio as an amplifier. At age 15 Jeff joined his first band, the Deltones. They played mostly the music of the Shadow's, who were considered England's most popular band until the Beatles came along and changed that. Jeff joined the Tridents in 1963. In March of 1965, Jeff was hired by the Yardbirds to replace Eric Clapton, who had just left the group, to go join John Mayall. Jeff played with the Yardbirds until the fall of 1966.

After Jeff left the Yardbirds, he recorded some tracks with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Keith Moon. One of the songs that was recorded was "Beck's Bolero. In February of 1967, Jeff formed the Jeff Beck Group. Rod Stewart did the vocals for the band, while Ron Wood went from playing guitar to playing bass later on. The Jeff Beck Group, with its ever changing line-up, finally disbanded in the summer of 1972.

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I love Jeff Beck's latest album!

Jeff Beck played guitar with the Yardbirds back in the 60's
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Guitar god who, despite the fact that he didn't write his own songs, was one of the greatest, most technically advanced, and most innovative rock musicians of all time. Part of the trio of guitar legends (Beck, Clapton, and Page) who were involved with British blues rock band the Yardbirds.
by Phixes March 17, 2005
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