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Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 13:48 | Quote
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Mine would be a tie between Dimebag, Steve Vai, and Paul Gilbert.

Anyone else?
Empirism  
16 Jan 2009 14:11 | Quote
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Aight... as we know, I just cant say Steve Vai, Malmsteen, Laiho, Satriani anymore... theyre best, but they not have advantages like this one have... so heres something new.

Jennifer Batten


patleh  
16 Jan 2009 14:37 | Quote
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matt bellamy
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 14:40 | Quote
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Whos he play for?
JazzMaverick  
16 Jan 2009 14:52 | Quote
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Empirism, glad you've heard of her! She's pretty awesome, she played in some of Michael Jackson's songs on stage, and a few other people I've just forgotten who haha. :P

Guthrie Govan,
Muhammed SuiÁmez, - Necrophagist
Sami Raatikainen, - Necrophagist
Tom MacLean - To-Mera
patleh  
16 Jan 2009 15:51 | Quote
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@ozz muse
GRX40  
16 Jan 2009 15:56 | Quote
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I like Paul Gilbert:


RA  
16 Jan 2009 16:15 | Quote
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i got to say out of all the em the only one i could truly ever stand to listen to is Paul G. but i do like Steve Vai but that comes from my love affair with Frank Zappa. through that Guthrie guy jazz always talks about(form the videos she/others posted) seems cool but sadly i haven't been bothered to truly listen to him. so my vote goes for Paul for what it is worth, seeing that i find so much with what is wrong with guitar today in people's interest in so called "Shredders"
guitarmastergod  
16 Jan 2009 17:43 | Quote
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im gonna have to say:

the Great Kat(another girl shredder)
rusty cooley
michael angelo batio
michael romeo(symphony-x)
joe stump
christian muenzer(ex-necrophagist)
chris storey
yngwie malmsteen
niccolo paganini(he ripped up the violin)
buckethead

but if i could pick just one it would be rusty for sure

@jazz
you dont seem like the kind of person who listens to necrophagist lol
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 17:44 | Quote
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Thank you for mentioning Paganini! I was waiting to find someone else thats in to his stuff!
guitarmastergod  
16 Jan 2009 17:47 | Quote
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i find his stuff truely inspiring, i wanna take the violin up cause of him.
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 17:52 | Quote
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I just learn it on guitar =]
RelaxedDude  
16 Jan 2009 18:44 | Quote
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Paper Shredder Pictures, Images and Photos
guitarmastergod  
16 Jan 2009 18:55 | Quote
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^ lol nice
EMB5490  
16 Jan 2009 19:35 | Quote
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idk if u can count randy rhoads. but if u cant then id say....errrrmmm...well...idk...
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 20:17 | Quote
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I'd definetly say you CAN. Randy would have far bygone EVH had that crash not happened.
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 20:18 | Quote
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rofl @ Relaxeddude
EMB5490  
16 Jan 2009 20:26 | Quote
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ye thenrandy but i cll him a blues rocker or blues shredder he shreds with soul and feeling
BodomBeachTerror  
16 Jan 2009 21:17 | Quote
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Laiho and Thomson, i like kerry king too
mattmurray  
17 Jan 2009 00:40 | Quote
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This thread is turning from a favorite shredder to favorite guitarist thread... But as far as the elite of instrumental shred guitarists I'd have to say my absolute favorite is Gilbert. Buckethead is a close second. I just think their stuff is extremely creative.
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 09:56 | Quote
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@ EMB - Very true.

@ BBT - I agree with Alexi. With Kerry, no. He's cocky, and disses other bands for no good reason. Plus his solos sound like hes trying to kill his guitar....or maybe he thought it was a gift from God and purposley tried to destroy it lmao.
guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 18:27 | Quote
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yea kerry kings solo are like ble blu bla fdsg and alexis are like WOW
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 19:19 | Quote
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Hahaha! lol.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Jan 2009 19:56 | Quote
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ok well i admit i dont listen to slayer much, so im not sure how well he solos. but i really like his rhythm.. i guess that doesnt count as shredding tho lol

Jari Maenpaa is amazing too. Jason Becker also
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 20:43 | Quote
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Then you like Jeff Hanaman [Spelt right?]. He's the rhythm guitarist for Slayer.
guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 21:10 | Quote
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the both share lead and rythm but all their solos suck to me, and its jeff hanneman. i like their riffs to.
league  
18 Jan 2009 00:01 | Quote
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Marty Friedman,
Django Reinhardt,
Andres Segovia,
Dave Mustaine.
mattmurray  
18 Jan 2009 00:56 | Quote
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BodomBeachTerror says:
Jari Maenpaa is amazing too. Jason Becker also


I forgot about Jari! He's extremely underrated, I can't wait until the new Wintersun album.

league says:
Marty Friedman,
Django Reinhardt,
Andres Segovia,
Dave Mustaine.


So evidently you consider a shredder anyone who is a proficient guitarist?
JazzMaverick  
18 Jan 2009 10:48 | Quote
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guitarmastergod says:
@jazz
you dont seem like the kind of person who listens to necrophagist lol


hahaha, yeah I listen to pretty much anything, my way of understanding everything and turning it into something amazing.

league says:
Marty Friedman,
Django Reinhardt,
Andres Segovia,
Dave Mustaine.


Awesome choices! :D
soy.el.che  
18 Jan 2009 13:19 | Quote
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my respects to paul G.
Kodi666  
18 Jan 2009 13:22 | Quote
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I"m gonna have to go with Dimebag
telecrater  
18 Jan 2009 16:31 | Quote
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mattmurray says:
So evidently you consider a shredder anyone who is a proficient guitarist?


Is a shredder not anyone who is a virtuoso guitar player? I would consider Tommy Emmanuel, and Chet Atkins "shredders" even though they are not metal players.

Ozzfan486  
18 Jan 2009 17:17 | Quote
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Actually, when posting this I ment to put virtuoso. Forgot. Sorry everyone.
MuseFan  
18 Jan 2009 19:00 | Quote
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Gilbert definetly and probs Imperiletti shortly after


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