Takeshi Terauchi

Instrumental rock, Musical Artist

1939 –

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Who is Takeshi Terauchi?

Takeshi Terauchi, also known as Terry, is a Japanese instrumental rock guitarist. His preferred guitar is a White Mosrite. His guitar sound is characterized by frenetic picking, heavy use of vibrato and frequent use of his guitars tremolo arm.

Terauchi started his career playing rhythm guitar for a country and Western act "Jimmy Tokita and The Mountain Playboys", which had bassist Chosuke Ikariya. In 1962 he formed his first group, The Blue Jeans. However, in 1966 he left the group and formed The Bunnys with whom he played. In May 1967, he also established his own company named "Teraon". He won the "arrangement award" with the song "Let's Go Unmei" at the 9th Japan Record Awards in 1967. He left the Bunnys in 1968. He reformed the Blue Jeans in 1969 and the band has been active until today.

On November 26, 2008, Takeshi Terauchi and the Blue Jeans released album Mr. Legend from King Records.

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Born
Jan 17, 1939
Tsuchiura
Also known as
  • Terauchi, Takeshi
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Nationality
  • Japan
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Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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