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March 19, 2012
Ronnie's legacy may forever be tied to the first Montrose album; but he was much more than that. One only needs to examine his "body of work", to see that it exemplified a passion he had for music. From cutting edge rock, to experimental, to instrumental; Ronnie immersed himself into these territories with equal creativity & enthusiasm, and his playing reflected this at every turn. His music; his sound; struck to your very core---and definitely took you places worth going.

On a personal note; I was able to see, & meet Ronnie on two occasions---aside from being a genuinely great guitar player; he was genuinely great person.

My thoughts & prayers to his family in this time of sorrow,

Peace
March 19, 2012
I shall never forget one of the times I saw Gamma, ronnie having the presence"WHILE PLAYING, Razor King" at the Oasis Ballroom(sacramento, ca) many years ago; to exchange guitar picks "mid-song" with a friend of mine, right there in the front of the stage,like he was just signing an autograph, he was a true "Razor King" with his performances, with that being said, he didn't even miss a note! I'll never forget his brilliance!!
March 18, 2012
ronnie was the best. RIP
March 15, 2012
thank you for all the music. our condolence goes out to your family. RIP
March 15, 2012
brilliant musician and all round good guy. RIP Ronnie you were really something.
March 13, 2012
My girfriend (now my wife)and I met Ronnie in 1974 when he came to Atlanta. Whenever he was in town he would come over and spend the evening. He was a truely good guy. The kind of guy who even had he been a talentless nobody like us you would love to have for a friend. Of course he was the most talented guitarist of his time and continued to be. His firey guitar playing will be missed not only by his fans but by all the guitar greats who are still alive. In the almost forty years that we knew him I have never seen a more powerful guitar player. Go to youtube type in tobacco road 1972 to see what I mean. He only got better. We will miss you a ton Ronnie. Thanks for the memories. You will never be forgotten. RIP Ronnie, you made your mark on this world. Doug and Pat Noland, Woodstock Georgia
March 13, 2012
It was a true honor for my daughter and I to have met and visited with Ronnie on backstage occassions... You are truly missed. Our heart felt condolences to his family.. Pam Erb (Newark, CA)
March 12, 2012
To Ronnie, thank you for the music. To your family, our condolences and love.
March 12, 2012
R.I.P.
March 11, 2012
i am very glad to have went to see ronnie in gilroy back in october 2011.thanks for all the goodtimes your music has broughtto my life. tim schultek san jose ca

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