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posted by khoo67
I was a great fan of Queen from the early years but it has such amaro sweet memories for me. I was born in 1967 and went to a beautiful Primary School in SW London. I had no idea who Queen were o what they were to become.
All that I knew was that my first teacher, Miss Tetzlaff was leaving to get married. As a young child, I was devastated but sadly accepted that.
Many years went da and I got più and più into Musica and it was no surprise for me that I loved Queen’s edgy Rock sound. However there is not a giorno that I missed the lady that first taught me. I wish Roger and Mrs Deacon, neeTetzlaff, and their family all the best in the world now and in the future.
Kevin Hood
posted by DramaQueen1020
 Deacy amp
Deacy amp
The Deacy Amp is a small, one-watt, roughly 5 inches (12.7 cm) amplifier created da and named after Queen bassist John Deacon and used da guitarist Brian May.

It was created in the early 1970s using an amplifier circuit board found in a skip da Deacon and stationed into a Hi-Fi speaker cabinet, powered da a 9-volt battery. The amp was used along with May's Red Special chitarra and his treble-booster to produce sounds reminiscent of various orchestral instruments.

KAT Deacy Amp Replica
In 1998, Greg Fryer with the help of UK amp guru[clarification needed] Dave Petersen undertook the job of trying...
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posted by Everybodylies94
* "When I was five years old my hero was John Deacon, who used to do the most incredible upper-register work and those melodic, tight groove parts." – Richie Edwards.

* "Grossly underrated. His basso parts are like little stories, yet he never gets in anyone's way. With all the guitars and vocals going on, he finds the spaces and plays basically what he wants. He's loose, fluid, and quite busy at times, but I can't find one song where he stepped on the vocal o chitarra parts." – Danny Miranda