Jack White

Jack White is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist best known as one half of the rock duo The White Stripes. With his raw, blues-inspired guitar playing and distinctive vocal style, White helped redefine the sound of modern rock music in the early 2000s.


Hits like "Seven Nation Army" and "Fell in Love with a Girl" propelled The White Stripes to international fame, earning the duo critical acclaim and multiple Grammy Awards.

White's eclectic approach to music, which incorporates elements of blues, garage rock, and punk, has made him one of the most influential figures in contemporary rock. Jack White is known for his preference for vintage guitars, particularly models from brands like Airline, Harmony, and Gretsch.

Songs: Seven Nation Army, Fell in Love with a Girl

Gear: Fender Telecaster   Gretsch guitars   

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