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Known for his singing, songwriting, and guitar playing with groundbreaking Seattle grungers Soundgarden as well as his solo work and his contribution to later bands like Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog, Chris Cornell has been a major creative force in alternative music since the mid 1980s. In addition to his powerful four-octave vocal range, Cornell is a distinguished guitarist, and has long shown a love of Gibson electrics with some alternative twists.
The Chris Cornell ES-335 from Gibson
INTERNET stands for: Inter-connected Network of Tools Endlessly Regurgitating Negatively Energized Tantrums
Fender-TeleSonic Tele Elite, ProJr, 75Amp, '67 Bassman w/212 cab
Gretsch- 71 Nashville, 2003 New Nashville
Gibson- 76 LP '55 model
BC Rich- 1977 Koa Eagle deluxe
Martin- 1972 D-35
Mesa Boogie-Subway Blues w/12" EVM 12L-F cab.
Assorted fun toys and boxes of joy.
"Many are cold, few are frozen"