Barry Stock

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Barry Stock
Birth name Barry James Stock
Born (1974-04-24) 24 April 1974 (age 40)
Origin Norwood, Ontario, Canada
Genres Alternative rock, Alternative metal, hard rock
Occupations Musician, guitarist
Instruments Guitar, bass guitar
Years active 2003–present
Labels Jive
Associated acts Three Days Grace
Website www.threedaysgrace.com

Barry Stock (born April 24, 1974) is the lead guitarist of the Canadian rock band Three Days Grace.[1]

Biography[edit]

Barry James Stock is a Canadian guitarist, born in Morningwood, Ontario, Canada on 24 April 1974. He joined Three Days Grace in 2003, shortly after their first studio album. Barry uses Schecter, Ibanez and PRS guitars, but prefers an Ibanez SZ320. He has also been seen using an Ibanez SZ4020FM Prestige. Since the discontinuation of the SZ series in 2008, Barry has started to use other guitars in the Ibanez line such as the ART series and Darkstone series. He uses Marshall Amplification and various effect pedals, mostly by Digitech. On the Live at the Palace DVD he revealed he uses Diezel Vh4 Amplifiers. He also has a brother named Chris who is a chiropractor in Corydon, Indiana.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sutton, Michael. "Biography: Three Days Grace". AMG. Retrieved 20 May 2010.