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exp  
29 Oct 2008 18:56 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Are you going? Would you be up for recording it? (If it's allowed)

I suppose I'm going.
I haven't got high end mobile stuff to record a decent live recording properly. It won't do any justice to the performance, I guess ;)
But like you said, the organization/venue wouldn't allow it anyway. But it's quite a big thing, there's probably a pro crew around to record it both the visuals & audio.
Ozzfan486  
30 Oct 2008 15:32 | Quote
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@ Sixties Guy - After seeing that, its hard to see him ever playing metal lol, but he played with soooooo many metal acts.
JazzMaverick  
30 Oct 2008 18:12 | Quote
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Well, exp, I hope you have an awesome time!

Nice choice jcb, Joe Sat has some interesting ideas, and fun melodic phrases. Though, he's not one of my inspirations.
JazzMaverick  
16 Jan 2009 16:06 | Quote
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New skills to show you guys :D

Michael Manring, he's a basist and a damn good one at that.



Then To-Mera, because I can't get over how insanely impressive they actually are.



Their progressive style is just amazing, I love them.
patleh  
16 Jan 2009 16:28 | Quote
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andre segovia and jimi hendrix even though i play more like the beatles stuff. i tihnk that those two are some of the best guitarists ever ill find some videos tonight.
future_god_of_the_axe  
16 Jan 2009 17:04 | Quote
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you guys should try Andrew Soto. you should be able to find him on Myspace, or here, i haven't really looked. he plays awesome metal, and usually i don't like today's "heavy metal"! but hes the exception :)
Musical_Magic  
17 Jan 2009 12:06 | Quote
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Jimi hendrix

Because hes a letfy XD Like me
Guitarslinger124  
17 Jan 2009 14:10 | Quote
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dimebag and zakk wydle pinch harmonics are what got me playing guitar, but now id have to say dimebag, dave mustaine and michael romeo influence me the most.
MetaLHeaDDevil84  
17 Jan 2009 14:52 | Quote
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I'd have to say Billy Corgan was a HUGE inspiration to me. If it weren't for him, and The Smashing Pumpkins I probably never would have even had the slightest interest to pick up a guitar.



Good ole' Billy C.
JazzMaverick  
17 Jan 2009 14:57 | Quote
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That's the kind of inspiration I'm talking about, thanks for sharing MetalHead.
brodyxhollow  
17 Jan 2009 16:04 | Quote
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i saw billy corgan and the smashing pumpkins cover band (joking) about a year and a half ago. im not gonna lie, it blew my mind how amazing of a guitar player billy corgan really was. the songs theyve recorded don't even compare to how they play live. it was probably one of the best concerts that i have ever seen. what really amazed me about it is that you could tell billy actually enjoyed what he was doing, and i really looked up to him for that.

for me, though, the artists that helped me the most was blind melon. i can't even describe how much that band impacted me and got me into music. hearing shannon hoon sing is like hearing a tortured angel, and its amazing how much personality and emotion the rest of the band each put into their individual instruments. Like what I said about Billy Corgan, Rogers Stevens (the lead guitarist for BM) actually looks like he enjoys what he's doing. in the video for Toes Across the Floor, he has this stupid smile on his face and keeps bobbing his head when he's playing. i think thats great, because i see a lot of musicians who treat their music like just another job.


patleh  
17 Jan 2009 17:48 | Quote
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new list

randy rhoads, jimi hendrix, andre segovia, george harrison, pete townsend, matt bellamy.
guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 18:19 | Quote
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anyone that can shred cleany with sweeping and tapping are what help and inspire me

jason becker has to be the guy that helps me push myself to my limits. if he can still write songs after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and fight the odd of death who knows what precedors after him could accomplish, he is a true inspiration to me.
guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 18:22 | Quote
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thats him with his signature PARADISE USA guitar
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 19:38 | Quote
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I'm going to go with Pat and also make a new list.

Dime


Some of his best clean playing and a great solo.


Randy Rhoads. I think this proves Randy's shed-ness EMB.



Slash



Its the "Patience" solo live.
MetaLHeaDDevil84  
17 Jan 2009 21:45 | Quote
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Brodyx, Nice. Blind Melon was awesome. It's shame he's gone man.
Yeah the Smashing Pumpkins are AMAZING live. I remember when I was HUGE into them I was only about 13 or so, and my dad braught my friend and I. Man.... I'd never been slack-jawed like that before in my life.
brodyxhollow  
17 Jan 2009 22:16 | Quote
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what amazes me is what Billy C. has been doing lately. He'll pretty much write an entire song, and then play it in concert with the full band the next day. It's kind of insane, but I guess a lot of the stuff he's playing live anymore isn't even on any records. That takes a lot of skill and dedication.
MetaLHeaDDevil84  
19 Jan 2009 02:47 | Quote
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Huh, that's crazy. I didn't know that.
Empirism  
19 Jan 2009 12:26 | Quote
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Nice to see this thread to be alive again, lets throw this to someone who do not know this already.

Michel Angelo Batio. (Empirism bows)



MuseFan  
19 Jan 2009 13:19 | Quote
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Matt Bellamy of Muse the reason i started playing guitar was because of listening to his playing
Nutter166  
19 Jan 2009 13:20 | Quote
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Not to sure if I've posted in here yet o.O Got three catagories and some may not be what you expected from me xD please no artist bashing =]

Major influnces currently are probably:
-John Petrucci (Dream Theater)


-Matthew Bellamy (Muse)


-Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd)


My influnces to start playing (and still mostly influnce my playing):
-Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine/The Nightwatchman)
-John Cash
-Iron Maiden
-Pre-Loaded Metallica

Minor Influnces:
-Chuck Schuldiner (Death)
-James Root & Mick Thomson (Slipknot)
-Kill Hannah
-Jona Weinhofen(I Killed The Prom Queen)
-John5 (Marilyn Manson & Rob Zombie)
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Jan 2009 21:33 | Quote
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RIP Chuck
MetaLHeaDDevil84  
19 Jan 2009 22:33 | Quote
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think anyone mentioned this guy yet.


James Hetfield, and Metalica got me into metal. I remember Listening to Master of Puppets for the first time, and just thinking how James, and Kirk didn't light their guitars on fire whalen on 'em

I'm not a big fan of their new stuff, from Load up on through to the present, but I've gotta give 'em credit for keepin it going for soooo long
deadman2k666  
3 Feb 2010 17:08 | Quote
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so this is really old, but whatever, i like the question so ima answer it. In terms of songwriting it goes to billy bragg, and dan mangan. However in terms of Guitar playing, neil young, dave gilmour, and dallas green(city and colour, dont get me wrong i like alexisonfire, but city and colour is better in my opinion.)
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