Hard Rock Cafe Bucharest Memorabilia
As the ’60s gave way to the ’70s and rock music sought to fulfill its full artistic promise, progressive rock was born. The undisputed kings of this scene were the English group Yes. As one of the few prog bands that actually made hit singles, Yes brought a level of musicianship to the mainstream that’s rarely been equaled. Bassist/songwriter Chris Squire was the band’s driving force and one of the most influential players ever. For someone of his ability, a regular instrument just wouldn’t do. So he picked up this insane triple-neck Wal from Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman. Though most players wouldn’t even know how to tune the thing, Squire regularly wrestled the beast into artful submission.