Owned and played set of seven harmonicas, each in a different key, A to G. Originating from Cesar Diaz, Bob Dylan’s longtime guitar technician, the top surface of each of the seven harmonicas is marked in Diaz’s own writing with the corresponding key, with additional handprinted letters and numbers on the side of each harmonica’s plastic case. Diaz began his association with Dylan in 1986; leaving in 1993 to devote time to his amplifier business. Besides Dylan, Diaz worked with number of high profile musicians, most notably Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Neil Young. Diaz also performed with Dylan as a guitarist in 1991, playing on nearly fifty dates after G. E. Smith left the band. The handwriting has been verified by Roger Epperson. In very good condition, with expected wear from use.
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