Dale was also known as "King of Surf Guitar" for his main job in the surf rock species, which was caught trapped in California in the 1960s.
For the wide audience, it is usually known for its version of the song "Misirlou", a traditional Middle Eastern music piece, used in the film Quentin Tarantino "Pulp fiction" since 1994. t
Dale was born Richard Anthony Monsour in Boston in 1937. It was part of the Lebanese riots and in the early years played traditional Arabic music with his friends, who continued to have a profound influence on making music and helping to bring Arab tones. in west popular music.
In collaboration with the renowned guitarist Leo Fender, Dale introduced in the early 1960s to improve guitar construction and to increase electric guitar.
With Fender Stratocaster guitar With extra thick strings, his big and powerful fans and his lively athletic game, he inspired world-famous rock musicians such as Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen.
"The innovative and innovative garage, a surfing adventure of Dick Dale … cannot be overwhelmed by peace, peace!", A British actor and Michael Des Barres rock singer on Twitter.