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Who is your favorite guitar player of all time?

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EMB5490  
16 Jun 2008 18:53 | Quote
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is he like a fking cat
Skold  
16 Jun 2008 18:55 | Quote
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Pussycat, pussycat....I love you...
BodomBeachTerror  
16 Jun 2008 19:03 | Quote
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wha?
EMB5490  
16 Jun 2008 19:25 | Quote
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skold? err...u ther?
ThePusher  
16 Jun 2008 19:43 | Quote
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I think Skold got wanged in the head recently not sure but thats my thoery, and yeah Dave Mustaine took a bunch of Valium I believe and ended up OD'ing and being revived by a straight shot of adrenaline
foogered  
16 Jun 2008 23:33 | Quote
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My favorite guitarist(s) would have to be B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Compay Segundo, Eric Clapton, and Santa.

Also, you guys should check out Robert Randolph and the Family Band if you want to see some incredibly innovative lap guitar.
Skold  
17 Jun 2008 02:55 | Quote
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I'm here, fellers.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Jun 2008 02:59 | Quote
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yeah.. i noticed..
Calvin  
17 Jun 2008 03:48 | Quote
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Phil Keaggy(of Glass Harp/solo), Robert Fripp(of King Crimson/solo), Paul Masvidal(of Cynic/Death), Denis "Piggy" d'Amour(of Voivod); Tommy T. Baron(of Coroner), Marty Friedman(Cacophony/Megadeth/solo), Tom Verlaine(of Television),Bob Mould(of Hüsker Dü/Sugar/solo), Andres Segovia, John Williams, Sonny Sharrock, John Scofield, Bill Frisell, Mike Stern, Pat Metheny, Eric Johnson, Tommmy Emmanuel to name a few...
Skold  
17 Jun 2008 04:52 | Quote
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Ohh, you!
jamesrue  
18 Jun 2008 08:37 | Quote
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foogered says:
My favorite guitarist(s) would have to be B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Compay Segundo, Eric Clapton, and Santa.


Santa?!
Skold  
18 Jun 2008 09:09 | Quote
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Yeah, Santa!




His hits include

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells
Rudolph The Red-Nose Reindeer
Dreaming Of A White Christmas (racial bastard)

jamesrue  
18 Jun 2008 09:32 | Quote
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of course, how could i forget such top 20 hit singles. My apologies Skold
ironman91313  
18 Jun 2008 21:35 | Quote
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Randy Rhoads, Dave Mustaine.
foogered  
18 Jun 2008 22:21 | Quote
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Haha, whoops. I meant SANTANA, Jamesrue. But I bet Santa would be pretty badass if he picked up a guitar. His influences would probably lie somewhere in the vicinity of swedish shred-metal, due to his close proximity to those lands 99.9% of time.
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Jun 2008 22:25 | Quote
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yeah, i bet Santa could totally shred, even with his chubby fingers xD
ThePusher  
18 Jun 2008 22:26 | Quote
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Santa could shred ass but I think his guitars is one of the ones thats like self tuning and got a built in amp and I think he probly also uses his magiv in order to play without touching the instrument
CaseyJones  
19 Jun 2008 00:30 | Quote
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not to be so cliche but id have to say Jimi Hendrix, but i mean i also love Clapton nad Page
acornty  
30 Jul 2008 23:03 | Quote
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ANGUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
acornty  
30 Jul 2008 23:07 | Quote
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and carlos!
acornty  
30 Jul 2008 23:08 | Quote
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ANGUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
CaseyJones  
31 Jul 2008 06:02 | Quote
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Even though he was not an "amazing" guitarist, I love John Lennons works on rhythym guitar. Also Syd Barret, David Gilmoure, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Pete Townsend.
Pager  
31 Jul 2008 06:05 | Quote
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1) Jimmy Page
2)Jimmy Page
3)James Page (< is jimmy page)
jcb3000  
31 Jul 2008 06:12 | Quote
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1.Matt Bellamy
2.Kirk Hammett
3.Dave Murray
Empirism  
31 Jul 2008 08:15 | Quote
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1.) Carlos Santana
2.) Ed Wynne - Ozric Tentacles
3.) Billy Gibbons (lol)
4.) Joe Satriani
5.) Andy McCoy - Hanoi Rocks
CTown  
31 Jul 2008 13:14 | Quote
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Robert Johnson, Eric Clapton, Tom Morello, BB King, and of course Jimi Hendrix
Skold  
31 Jul 2008 15:50 | Quote
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I'm quite fond of Gem Archer.
Littlewing  
1 Oct 2008 20:52 | Quote
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Jimi Hendrix- Command over the instrument is phenomenal.
Django- Simply amazing.
Steve Vai- Sounds like Jeff Beck with a shred touch.
Ritchie Blackmore- Started the whole Neoclassical genre.
Eddie Van Halen- Can you say Shred Era?
David Gilmore- Most emotional soloing ever.
telecrater  
1 Oct 2008 20:57 | Quote
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all the dead guys!

Jerry Garcia
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Jimmi Hendrix (when I'm in the right mood)
Albert Collins
Albert King
Muddy Watters

baudelaire  
1 Oct 2008 22:01 | Quote
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buckethead. period... the greatest guitar virtuoso, bar none, and the most musically talented and knowledgable guitarist ever, bar none. this guy can release 16 fucking full length albums a year, while touring, and they are all unique... possibly the greatest musical genius of the last 100 years.
RA  
1 Oct 2008 22:04 | Quote
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i don't have a fav why to many have influenced me, but i never really wanted to play guitar until i heard television's Marquee Moon (song) so i guess my answer is Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd

and to end like Sun RA my influence is the vibes of a red apple to the cosmos of space
EMB5490  
1 Oct 2008 22:10 | Quote
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now its randy rhoads, then allen collins. i also like rossington, jason becker ect ect ect.
BodomBeachTerror  
1 Oct 2008 22:25 | Quote
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Alexi Laiho, Mick Thomson, Chuck Shuldiner (RIP) and Yngwie Malmsteen
TheAmericanBrit  
1 Oct 2008 22:31 | Quote
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Noel Gallagher, Pete Townshend, and John 5.

Krasch  
3 Oct 2008 16:18 | Quote
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I would have to say Zakk Wylde. Listen to Counterfeit God, I Don't Wanna Stop, Stillborn and Concrete Jungle; you'll get it.
baudelaire  
3 Oct 2008 16:20 | Quote
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lol, zakk wylde.

buckethead. the greatest virtuoso, the most intelligent and talented musically, the most interesting. he could probably beat all the others up, but that's just fun trivia.
Ozzfan486  
3 Oct 2008 16:27 | Quote
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Lol. Yeah Bucket-boy is interesting all right. While recording the latest album ["Chinese Democracy"] he supposedly, according to Guitar world Magazine, had built for him a chicken coop, and had a TV set up in it to watch porno because it "Helps him creatively". lol.
Ozzfan486  
3 Oct 2008 16:28 | Quote
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Mine would have to be the late Darrell Abbott of Pantera and Damageplan.
macandkanga  
3 Oct 2008 17:00 | Quote
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Jimi Hendrix.
Tell me this is'nt the greatest solo you've ever heard
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4US_On-YORw
league  
4 Oct 2008 02:47 | Quote
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Veqq says:
I never liked Hendrix... to much blues, and weird tricks like Dragon Force + a blues man... hahaha


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