Legendary American guitarist and inventor of the 50-60th - Del Casher was the Museum Collection guest this week
Del Casher and his spouse visited Museum Collection this week.
Del Casher (born Delton Kacher, 1938, Hammond, Indiana) is an American guitarist and inventor. He has done many impressive things with his guitar during his life. He performed with Gene Autry, Lawrence Welk, and Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention (rock band from California). He appeared, strumming, in movies with Elvis Presley and Jerry Lewis. He was a featured player on dozens of film and TV soundtracks.
Nevertheless, Del Casher is better known as the inventor of devices with various sound effects for electric guitars, which are still widely used by guitarists all over the world. His most famous invention is the Wah-Wah Pedal, invented in February 1967.
Del Casher thanked for the opportunity to see the unique collection of the Museum Collection and emphasized that the exposition is of great educational importance - especially for the younger generation, in addition, it gives an almost complete picture of the history of the creation of various musical instruments, including the self-playing ones.