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post #16 of 78
Fred Rogers
post #17 of 78
Andy Summers
post #18 of 78
Chris Arp from Psyopus

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post #19 of 78
Al Dimeola
Prince
Duane Allman
Eddie Hazel
Mike Hampton
Santana
Charo
Brian May
post #20 of 78
Raffi
post #21 of 78
Allan Holdsworth
post #22 of 78
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post #23 of 78
I did not enjoy that.
post #24 of 78
have a glass of sherry and listen to this. the left hand is the technician. the right hand is the soul.

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post #25 of 78
I've loved Paco ever since I first heard Entre Dos Aguas, not long after it was issued.
post #26 of 78
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I did not enjoy that.
Good, I guess. The thing I admire most about Greenwood is his completely non-blues based approach in riffs and solos. Being a guitarist myself, it's very hard at times not to revert to a standard blues scale when soloing. As shown in that clip, I also enjoy his ability to make his guitar sound like anything but a piece of wood with six strings. Non-blues solos at 3:00 and 5:40 : Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age is another favorite of mine.
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post #27 of 78
In the 70's it was Johnny Winter



In the 80's it was Eddie Van Halen



Since then I don't have any new favorites, but I enjoy many of them.
post #28 of 78
Hi,

Steve Howe
Robert Fripp
Peter Frampton
Mick Ralphs
David Gilmour
Johnny Ramone
Andy Summers
Phil Manzanera

post #29 of 78
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Originally Posted by RunningBeagle View Post
I did not enjoy that.

Sorry if it's for real, but it sounds like one of those spoof solo things which that Finnish guy did on youtube, where he overdubbed some videos of Clapton, Yngwie, Vai, etc with atonal or just wrong notes (googling "(guitarist name) shred" usually does it).

If it's bonafide, I guess I'm not ready for the avant-garde stuff
post #30 of 78
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Jimi Hendrix
Jimmy Paige
Santana


Eddie Van Halen is overrated in my opinion. He is just extremely fast but no creativity.
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