View Full Version : george lynch
08-14-2003, 07:20 PM
anyone hear of him..i just listened to his version of mr crowley in remeberance to randy rhodes and i think it sounds awesome..sorta like radny playin..but not the same..tried to find the tab bout couldnt...
08-14-2003, 09:36 PM
You know it sounds familiar, but I just can't seem to place where I have heard of him.... Hmmmmmm....
I hear the name and for some reason Freddy Kreuger pops in my mind....
And also I am suddenly getting an urge to buy a guitar that has a skeleton carved into the body... ooooh or better yet... An ESP with Bengal Tiger Stripes...
You know... I just can't place him.... Must not have done alot I guess.... You know I think maybe Don Dokken should give him a call...
08-14-2003, 09:51 PM
he isnt that famous as a guitarist but i sitll love his redo of mrcrowly so much
08-15-2003, 12:15 AM
His Custom Esp's look pretty cool :)
he had a band called Lynch Mob
[Edited by Cody_King on 08-15-2003 at 12:18 AM]
08-16-2003, 12:16 PM
The first time I heard George Lynch was on the Magna Carta Records tribute to Rush(Working Man). He played along with the likes of Michael Romeo, Lemur Voice's lead (wooohh.. forgot name), James Murphy (Cancer, Death), Steve Morse, Jon Pettrucci (Dream Theater), Stu Hamm (Satriani's awesome live bass player), Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big's awesome bass player), Gregg Bissonette, (one of Satriani's drummers), Deen CAstronovo and Carmen Apice. These incredibly talented musicans did Rush's music a service adding another layer of Shred (though sadly Morse's La Villa Strangiato wasn't as refined as Lifeson's sublime performance.
Anyway, George Lynch played for 80s Hard Rock bands like Dokken and Lynch Mob. He's very talented.
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