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THE BYRDS..... David Crosby...Gene Clark...Michael Clarke...Chris Hillman...Roger McGuinn.


The Byrds ...L - R ...Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, Jim McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman


The Byrds in 1966 Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, Chris Hillman,Michael…

1968 BOB MASSE - THE BYRDS - very short lineup of Roger McGuinn, Chris Hilman, Kevin Kelley & Gram Parsons. Produced by Gary Usher.

from eBay

THE BYRDS "The Best Of The Byrds" Greatest Hits Volume II, Vinyl LP 1972

The Byrds ... A phenomenal album cover portrait!

from Rolling Stone

Roger McGuinn - 100 Greatest Guitarists

Roger McGuinn's sparkling, chordal 12-string Rickenbacker riffs on the Byrds' early hits were the sonic bridge between folk and rock–and an irreplaceable color in rock's palette: Every indie band who's more interested in beatific strumming than screaming solos owes him a debt (the striking break in "Bells of Rhymney" could be on a Smiths record). McGuinn could do a lot more than chime, however, as demonstrated by his still-astonishing psychedelic-raga-Coltrane licks on "Eight Miles High."


Rickenbacker 360-12 1964 Roger McGuinn, The Byrds. This guitar was stolen in 1966 at a Byrds concert at Fordham University in New York and didn’t resurface again until the statute of limitations expired. McGuinn immediately ordered another 370-12 in Mapleglo (Rickenbacker’s name for natural finish)


The Byrds (The Classic Lineup: clock-wise from 11 - Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, Chris Hillman, Michael Clarke, and David Crosby)