Toppa Top 10: The Best Reggae Guitarists

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October 24, 2012

5. Dwight Pinkney


Starting out as a member of The Sharks, a band that backed up Bob Marley and Ken Boothe in the early days of Studio One, Dwight “Brother Dee” Pinkney formed arguably JA’s most underrated band ever, Zap Pow, with Beres Hammond before joining the Roots Radics (of which he’s still a member) in the 1980s. Watch this killer video of him cooling down the pace with some sweet guitar licks for Gregory Isaacs, on British TV show The Tube, for a taste of Brother Dee at his finest.