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who's your influence in playing the guitar??

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Guitar_Guy_5  
17 Aug 2007 11:27 | Quote
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I like David Gilmour. He is the greatest ever. So is Jimmy Page and Alex Lifeson. Brian May is pretty cool too.
MEade  
19 Aug 2007 23:46 | Quote
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i like alot of the folk music of mexico and brazil so that its a big influence on me, i also like george harrison, hendrix, the guys from kings of convenience, django reinhardt, jack johnson, the guy from black keys, noel gallagher, robert johnson and syd barrett
Tilikidis  
21 Aug 2007 06:59 | Quote
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gary moore. the black keys. and SLASH
Wildchild  
23 Aug 2007 16:30 | Quote
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is I the only one that likes Ritchie Blackmore?? hahahahahaXD .. michael schenker, chris holmes (of W.A.S.P.) steve vai .. and countless more..
bob_sanchez  
25 Aug 2007 16:41 | Quote
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Hmmm, Frusicante, Hendrix, Steve Vai, countless others. Yeah, I found that list a while back, it's complete sh*t. I found one a good deal better at www.digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/music0.html It has a load of lists about all kinds of genres. Frusciante is only 87 out of 200 or 300, but with the kind of players in front of him, its a lot more accurate.
cantonr  
9 Sep 2007 23:01 | Quote
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tim reynolds!!
blackholesun  
10 Sep 2007 06:27 | Quote
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Yeah I came across that page a few years ago. The guitarist's page is fine, but when you look at the 100 greatest rock artists of the 2000s, and see that 4 of the top 6 are actually hip hop/RnB artists... And it doesn't stop there - Jay Z is 12th, Usher is 14th, Missy Elliot is 19th, Beyonce is 21st, and Destiny's Child is 30th! And the 90s aren't much better!
mattmurray  
18 Sep 2007 18:01 | Quote
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Anyone draw influences from other forms of art? literature, visual art? I also am not seeing a whole lot of classical composers mentioned in here.
Doz  
18 Sep 2007 19:02 | Quote
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Ahhh... I like to play to cartoons sometimes. Well... most of the time I don't actually watch the cartoon.. just play cartoony music.

That just sounds silly actually...
mattmurray  
18 Sep 2007 20:06 | Quote
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Doz says:
Ahhh... I like to play to cartoons sometimes. Well... most of the time I don't actually watch the cartoon.. just play cartoony music.

That just sounds silly actually...


That doesn't sound silly, lately I have been playing mostly to Super Mario World and Donkey Kong. Fun stuff.
KarnivalKali  
6 Oct 2007 14:11 | Quote
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The guitarist from Gang of Four is a big influence. His messy style is amazing.
REDSTRAT  
25 Oct 2007 05:03 | Quote
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HENDRIX,CLAPTON,BECK,PAGE,JOHNNY WINTER,RORY GALLAGHER,TOWNSHEND,DUANE ALLMAN, DAVE GILMOURE,WILLIAM COOK
shredder101  
5 Nov 2007 01:23 | Quote
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brian kahanek,slash..
jeb  
11 Nov 2007 16:07 | Quote
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influence? I'd have to say many many bluesmen, ol' southern pickers
JImmy Rogers,

A fellow here on the island named Ken Ham can pick/slide any instrument with real ol fashioned souls and creativyty does not hold back nor does he break a sweat modest guy but defintaly sparked southern folk blues bluegrass inj my music life.
jeb  
11 Nov 2007 16:10 | Quote
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influence? I'd have to say many many bluesmen, ol' southern pickers
JImmy Rogers,

A fellow here on the island named Ken Ham can pick/slide any instrument with real ol fashioned souls and creativyty does not hold back nor does he break a sweat modest guy but defintaly sparked southern folk blues bluegrass inj my music life.

Paganini!, classical evil of speed and sex driven violin madness.`
BAch's Bouree in Eminor, covered well in 1969 by Jethro Tull check it out on Youtube actual video.
tAUG  
12 Nov 2007 01:12 | Quote
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jeb, you know you can edit your posts, right? ;)
nicolee  
17 Nov 2007 12:18 | Quote
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mine are... well, i love elvis, and alot of todays bands too (:
IcedShredder  
2 Dec 2007 17:49 | Quote
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petrucci, sach, marcello, friedman, gilbert, rodrigo and gabriella, and loomis. my friend trevor, he is amazing.
Notim  
8 Dec 2007 01:12 | Quote
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Alvin Lee
Notim  
8 Dec 2007 18:18 | Quote
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and i'd like to hear doz play cartoons!
musicminion  
16 Dec 2007 07:58 | Quote
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hey guys, i cant play like any of them YET. But when the time comes and the skill is perfected, I hope so much to be able to play like Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, and about any Blues guitarist out there.
Doz  
16 Dec 2007 08:57 | Quote
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Lol, Notim, I don't play cartoon themes, just music that I think fits cartoons.
GuitarBoy666  
20 Dec 2007 22:45 | Quote
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Dimebag, Slash, Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Frank Zappa for his solos, Steve Vai, Eric Johnson, Eric Clapton, there is so many great guitarists out there, don't you agree ?
GuitarBoy666  
20 Dec 2007 22:46 | Quote
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oh and the uli guy from scorpions i ferget his name : /
Doz  
21 Dec 2007 09:39 | Quote
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Yeah, there are a lot of great guitarists people could be unfluenced by. That's how I see it - rather than producing a specific list.

+you can edit your last post instead of posting again.
GuitarBoy666  
21 Dec 2007 10:39 | Quote
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Yeah, those are only some of my favorites.

I found that out after I posted in another forum. lol
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