|Appears in||Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s|
|Playing Style||Laid Back Rock, Swing|
|Outfits||Reno, Vegas (GHII)|
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Eddie Knox (June, 1st, 1971, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America) is the 6th character and appears for the first and only time in Guitar Hero II. There has been no official statement describing why Eddie Knox was not included in Guitar Hero III. He is a greaser, which means he follows trends established in the 1950s (which represent the birth of rock, in the form of rockabilly), so his style can be compared to that of Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and Brian Setzer. He is on the cover of the Xbox360 version of Guitar Hero II, along with Casey Lynch.
When he's not cruisin' in his '55 Chevy, Knox brings his hard-working rock to any stage he sets foot on. A real road dog, Knox claims that as long as he's got his hollow body and his pomade, he ain't too far from home. -- Guitar Hero II in-game bio
With this outfit, Eddie is wearing a torn shirt exposing his chest and heavily tattooed arms. He is also wearing normal jeans with a belt.
In this outfit, Eddie wears a jacket with a shirt underneath, and the sleeves cover up his many tattoos. He is also wearing pants that look like the jacket. His sideburns also mysteriously disappear.
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