On stage: Ed King played a key role in the three-guitar lineup of Lynyrd Skynyrd. He was with the band 1972-75. A native of Glendale, Calif., King first crossed paths with a handful of players who would one day be part of Lynyrd Skynyrd when they were opening for King’s then-band Strawberry Alarm Clock when the Los Angeles-based outfit played a handful of shows on the southern portion of a.
Ed King, the legendary guitarist who played both electric guitar and bass guitar for Lynyrd Skynyrd and Strawberry Alarm Clock, passed away on Wednesday at the age of 68.
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By rights, Ed King should have been a guitar hero twice over, as a key member of both Strawberry Alarm Clock and Lynyrd Skynyrd.Born in Glendale, California, King was attracted to the guitar at an early age, learning to play some Dick Dale-style surf music without a lot of style or success in the early '60s.It wasn't until he started listening to the Beatles in 1964 that he began learning in.