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Kirk Hammett is God
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Kirk Hammett is God
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05/12/2001 6:36 pm
quite good
MYK
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James Hetfield Is Jesus
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James Hetfield Is Jesus
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05/12/2001 6:39 pm
Quite
JAMES HETFIELD IS JESUS
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Fenderblues
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Fenderblues
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05/15/2001 10:19 am
My problem was that until I really began to play the guitar I never realized how much and for how long I missed out on the music and character of both Jimmi Hendrix and SRV till it was too late. ( not too late to hear and appreciate the music, but to see them in the flesh)
My all time hero is Angus Young and as noted above by Zepplin Bonn Scott was fantastic and will always be missed by all.


While I'm sat here, Playin', I'm tryin' to free my mind!
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MaxMcD
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MaxMcD
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05/17/2001 4:15 pm
IT HAS TO BE HENDRIX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WHO ELSE?
Max McDougall
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Wiklund
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Wiklund
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05/17/2001 4:39 pm
Definitely Nirvana.

I had the ticket in my hands and were going to see them in stockholm. It felt very unreal. I couldn't really beleive it, so the grim reality took care of that and Kurt shot himself. Can't think of any worse day than that in my whole life so far. It still hurts.

Even though Kurt was the anti-guitarhero number one, he made his songs sound more than just the "four chords".

Gaaahaaaa..snyft..

They where called strange fruit...
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space ace
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space ace
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05/25/2001 12:11 am
The biggest tragedy in rock history without a doubt was Buddy Holly's death. He was a great singer, songwriter, guitarist, and he wasn't a stupid phony like Elvis (with all due respect). buddy is definately what kept rock and roll alive.
Lane Hunter
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joeking
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joeking
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07/12/2001 5:57 am
Lowell George (original songwriter/guitarist of Little Feat)
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Locrian
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Locrian
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07/15/2001 6:15 am
Nobody said CLIFF BURTON! That was the real metallica. And all the other guys I won't bother listing cause you dudes already repeated them about a thousand times.
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Guitarguy123
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Guitarguy123
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07/15/2001 1:01 pm
Either Ronnie van Zant With Lynyrd Skynyrd or Jimi.
Dustin Rhodes
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Raskolnikov
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Raskolnikov
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07/15/2001 3:36 pm
Originally posted by Kirk Hammett is God
Third: Cliff Burton (with Metallica of course). Definitely a bad idea to sleep in Kirk's bunk. But if he didn't, then Kirk probably wouldn't be with us today.


Guess again.
Raskolnikov
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Locrian
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Locrian
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07/15/2001 8:48 pm
sorry, didn't see that
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Bleak
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Bleak
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07/16/2001 1:38 am
Hendrinx and Stevie Ray Vaughan two of the best guitarist every. would have loved to see them. also Kurt Cobian that would have been cool.
"If you're ever satisfied, the game's over" - (James Hetfield)
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Incidents Happen
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Incidents Happen
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01/02/2002 1:26 am
im ashamed of all of you...except that one guy.

JERRY GARCIA!

JANIS JOPLIN! ( singer, that counts)

c'mon!
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Raskolnikov
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Raskolnikov
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01/02/2002 1:38 am
You can add Jaco Pastoruis to my list. I just got his first album and it's amazing. Very few people can be attributed so much credit for redefining their instrument across entire genres. When Pat Methaney calls you "the most influential jazz musician ever," you've accomplished something.
Raskolnikov
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Branislav
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Branislav
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01/03/2002 3:12 pm
Jimi Hendrix, SRV, Bonzo

Keep Rockin',
Branislav
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Barreta_jetstream1
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Barreta_jetstream1
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01/04/2002 9:16 pm
hendrix obviously but also queen. i know freddie wasn't a guitarist but i would have loved to see them live, but i'm to young. brian may at wembly '86 is the reason i picked up a guitar and i would loved to have seen him live
Tandem Felix
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