Terry Kath Best Quotes

Terry Alan Kath (January 31, 1946 – January 23, 1978) was an American musician and songwriter, best known as the original guitarist, co-lead singer and founding member of the rock band Chicago. He has been praised by the band for his guitar skills and Ray Charles-influenced vocal style. Enjoy Terry Kath’s best quotes below.

“I’m too busy playing to worry about the movement or the fingerboard.”
“Well, first I’d want a better vibrato.”
“But then there was Hendrix, man. Jimi was really the last cat to freak me. Jimi was playing all the stuff I had in my head. I couldn’t believe it, when I first heard him. Man, no one can ever do what he did with a guitar. No one can ever take his place.”
“About the only other thing I’d want would be a wider neck. My fingers are so fat that sometimes I deaden the string next to the one I’m fretting.”
“After The Ventures I dug Johnny Smith quite a bit.”
“I just get all jacked up when we start cooking.”
“Sometimes I’ll be playing along and find I’m missing the strings. I’ll worry about it for days until I notice that the pick has worn down to half its size.”
“This guy kept telling us that rock was the big thing, everyone’s talking about the big thing, our band was the big thing. So he made us change our name to The Big Thing. Can you believe that?!”

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