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BodomBeachTerror  
22 Oct 2008 00:52 | Quote
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i would also say my guitar teacher. aperantly he appeared in Guitar PLayer magazine, and was featured in Guitar 9 Records online magazine. (Adam Mcdonald is his name if you read either of those magazines) and also played live across Canada and Asia.
Empirism  
22 Oct 2008 10:35 | Quote
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well, there are many. But the most I think is Finnish Hasse Walli. Especially this song.


6StringEvil  
22 Oct 2008 10:38 | Quote
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Pandit Ravi Shankar, Ustad Zakir Hussain
JazzMaverick  
22 Oct 2008 15:23 | Quote
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@ 6StringEvil

THANK YOU! I love those guys, they're soooo amazing. Zakir Hussain is a true inspiration for me on tabla. He also played with John McLaughlin, which was amazing. Their version of "Lotus Feet" is soooo amazing. That song moves me everytime I hear it.

Zakir Hussain and friends:



Don't have to watch it all, but go to the end-ish if you want to be impressed.
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Oct 2008 15:39 | Quote
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Hussain? TURRURIST!
EMB5490  
22 Oct 2008 15:45 | Quote
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wow...what the aamerican mind thinks now. a person with brown skin or a even close to mid easter name is auto a terrorist. i know ur joking but its kinda true. at airports, i see ppl with those cloths on their head just taken outof the line from their flight to wherever, my friend in skoo ltold me they took him and his family to customs or somthing to check if they were terrorists. theyre hindi.
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Oct 2008 15:54 | Quote
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BROWN SKIN? RUN! THEY HAZ BOMB! ANTRHAX! *PEW* *PEW* *PEW*! DIE, OSAMA! DIE!

j/k.
EMB5490  
22 Oct 2008 16:16 | Quote
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lol

"do you want brown rice with that sir"
"brown? BROWN? BROWN!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?"
"yes sir brown rice"
" *while panting* BROWN>>!??!?!!?! BROWN?!?!?! RUN ITS BROWN!!!!AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH"

sorry, htt was neither needed nor funny.... :(
6StringEvil  
23 Oct 2008 08:45 | Quote
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yea i too hav brown skin....does that make me a terrorist?!!

If terrorizing my neighbourhood with my hard rock music counts, then im definitely one.....
EMB5490  
23 Oct 2008 09:29 | Quote
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lol, i see ur from india, i have some friends tht came from india. ther all terrorists, yes your one. lol no jk.
JoeDalton  
23 Oct 2008 10:52 | Quote
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how it's done

http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=eJb4kqe03p8
Empirism  
23 Oct 2008 12:24 | Quote
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haha dun worry about Skold, he see terrorists everywhere... even in milk.
league  
24 Oct 2008 00:51 | Quote
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6StringEvil says:
If terrorizing my neighbourhood with my hard rock music counts, then im definitely one.....

LOLso am I

uh oh dont tell the feds or skold r else theyll send RAMBO
TheAmericanBrit  
24 Oct 2008 13:02 | Quote
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Rambo? Screw that, I'm gonna send Chuck freakin' Norris.
BodomBeachTerror  
24 Oct 2008 13:15 | Quote
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id send Lord Vader
JazzMaverick  
24 Oct 2008 13:28 | Quote
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I love Boys II Men's version of "Yesterday"

I've always loved major harmonies.

macandkanga  
24 Oct 2008 18:52 | Quote
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tk5VMcXyaY&feature=related

Check out John Goodsall with the Fire Merchants. He was in Brand X wich I also highly recomend. Fusion at its best.

How do you embed a video in a post?

GRX40  
24 Oct 2008 21:33 | Quote
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Manu Chao. :)



And of course, P-Funk:


league  
24 Oct 2008 22:10 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
I love Boys II Men's version of "Yesterday"

I've always loved major harmonies.


Man I grew up listening to that stuff in "DA Hood"

I remember that one Black guy told me "NO Black Man would ever be caught alive listening to Boyz To Men."
I like Minor harmonies better though.
aterrell  
25 Oct 2008 00:39 | Quote
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Some of ya'll are talkin about your guitar teachers influencing you. Way to make me feel like an outcast! lol j/k. I never had lessons. I played with this one guy a lot and sometimes he'd do something interesting and I'd be like, "how'd you do that?" That's how I learned finger pickin and how to embelish chords, but I don't feel like he influenced my style. I tended to make the skills he taught me my own. My influences would have to be SRV when I'm playing just straight up blues, but when I'm playing the real bluesy, hard rock stuff, I'd have to say Slash, Billy Gibbons and/or although I'm not a fan of Pantera or Dime in general (yes he was a talented guitarist; I just don't like his style), he influenced me regardless. Sometimes I get a little Iron Maiden feel in a riff I write, which is cool. When I'm screwin around, Kirk Hammett has a big part in that. When I'm writing acoustic stuff, however (assuming its not bluesy), I don't really have an influence.
Ozzfan486  
25 Oct 2008 09:54 | Quote
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Guitar - Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Slash, Zakk Wylde, Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, DAVE MUSTAINE, and mostly my guitar teacher because he doesn't have one style he expanded to almost every style of playing I can think of [+ he plays banjo too].

Lyrics - Dave Mustaine, Axl Rose, Ozzy Osbourne, Lennon, Jimi Hendrix.
EMB5490  
25 Oct 2008 10:09 | Quote
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hey ozzfan, fyi ozzy didnt do **** with lyrics, now or ever. his first 2 albums bob daisley wrote. he writes the lyrical rythm in the song which is pretty easy after guitar and lyrics re written, idk where he gets his lyrics now, but he definatly doesnt make his own, hes too stoned.
Ozzfan486  
25 Oct 2008 10:11 | Quote
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rofl.


Edit - Ozzy - Still awsome
Bob Daisley - Awsome Lyricist
sixtiesguy  
25 Oct 2008 10:49 | Quote
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@ Ozzfan

Funny you should mention Bob Daisley, I was watching him play on my Rainbow Live DVD earlier on. Great bassist.
If you're into bass guitar, check out Jack Bruce from Cream. He's one of the best ever!


src="http://www.youtube.com/v/8mqZqhTl4A8&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344">


How's that for an impromptu jam?
EMB5490  
25 Oct 2008 10:52 | Quote
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he is very good. i have some bootlegs of him in england with ozzy.
sixtiesguy  
25 Oct 2008 11:01 | Quote
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Whoops F****d up!

6StringEvil  
25 Oct 2008 11:33 | Quote
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aterrell says:
Some of ya'll are talkin about your guitar teachers influencing you. Way to make me feel like an outcast! lol j/k. I never had lessons.


yea, I too never had any formal lessons. Does that leave me with a disadvantage?
jcb3000  
25 Oct 2008 11:52 | Quote
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aterrell says:
Some of ya'll are talkin about your guitar teachers influencing you. Way to make me feel like an outcast!


lol ive never had a lesson in my life its fine. im one of the self teachy people and people say im good at guitar but i dont believe that for a second. neways yeh dont worry you're not the only one. and in the other thread your pretty good after 10 months might i add.
p.s coheed and cabria rule!
Littlewing  
28 Oct 2008 10:21 | Quote
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Steve Vai :)




Ritchie Blackmore




Jimi Hendrix


JazzMaverick  
28 Oct 2008 14:03 | Quote
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Next up...

John McLaughlin!

John McLaughlin started playing guitar when he was 11 and was initially influenced by blues and swing players.
John McLaughlin became famous as the guitarist of Mahavishnu Orchestra, a group that combined the power of rock with the sophisticated improvisations of jazz.
He also played on 2 classic Miles Davis albums : 'In a Silent Way' and '****es Brew'.
In 1975 McLaughlin switched directions and began playing acoustic guitar and Indian music with his band Shakti.

John McLaughlin is a great inspiration, a true innovator and an outstanding musician who's stretched out to so many diverse styles! I really look up to him.


exp  
28 Oct 2008 14:14 | Quote
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Some of my favourite guitarists are listed in my profile.
I wouldn't dare to say that some of the following greats echo in my own music... Still, they inspire me: Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy [he really didn't give a &*#&$ about the rules, although he knew them better than anyone] probably the most.
Furthermore Oscar Peterson [check out the great LP "We Get Requests"] and Nigel Kennedy are among my favourites.
JazzMaverick  
28 Oct 2008 20:21 | Quote
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Claude Debussy was amazing! Great choice exp.

Next up for me! And who I proudly recommend to you all!

Yoko Kano!



She's the pretty Japanese girl in Red.

She's a MAJOR inspiration to me, because she composes Jazz, and she composes for Games AND Movies and Shows! (Exactly what I want to be) The main one she's composed in is the big hit Anime: "Cowboy Bebop"

Her First composition was for a game in 1985 called "Romance of the Three Kingdoms"

Her total of Games, Moves and Shows she's composed for SO FAR is 107!!! :D I was so excited to see half of the stuff she's composed for and I never even realised!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoko_Kanno

Enjoy :D
telecrater  
28 Oct 2008 21:16 | Quote
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Good Call on John McLaughlin I've been a fan of Mahavishnu Orchestra for a long time.

this is how i discovered them.....I went to one of these book store, coffee shops and asked what is Fusion Jazz they handed me a copy of The Inner Mounting Flame by Mahavishnu Orchestra. That is a very bold statement, and a very Bold Disc. I recommend every one listen to it.
JoeDalton  
29 Oct 2008 04:18 | Quote
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Yoko Kano always suprises me, small asian girl with such a bluesy voice hehe.

Anyway I have a fondness for Snowy White, very soulfoul blues guitarist.
exp  
29 Oct 2008 06:52 | Quote
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[to stay in the McLaughlin vibe...]
For those who haven't heard this masterful trio:



Although I find some parts a bit too speed pour speed it still is awesome to see these greats perform a beautiful composition like this.
Sidenote 1: Check out Paco's amazing fingerpicking...
Sidenote 2: I must say the version on "A Fridaynight in SF" is superior to the one in this vid.
JazzMaverick  
29 Oct 2008 09:03 | Quote
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I've got all of his CDs and I love the three of them together. Such versitile tones and styles all put into one.

I only wish I could see them live. I still think "Guardian Angels" is the best song they performed together.
macandkanga  
29 Oct 2008 12:23 | Quote
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I saw McLaughlin, Di Meola, and Paco DeLucia at the Beverly Hills theater in the 80's. I also saw DiMeola, McLaughlin, and Steve Morse on the same tour. Paco couldnt make that show but Steve Morse was just amazing.

These guys are simply the best.
exp  
29 Oct 2008 12:37 | Quote
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Mclaughlin will be playing at a jazz festival in my hometown next week, together with Corea. It isn't even sold out yet, unbelievable.
JazzMaverick  
29 Oct 2008 14:46 | Quote
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WHAT!?! Nooo! Damn, now that I really wish I could see. Are you going? Would you be up for recording it? (If it's allowed)
jcb3000  
29 Oct 2008 15:08 | Quote
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im going to go with an old classic here, Joe Satriani

got to love a bit of satch boogie!
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