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05/18/2006 4:46 pm
Well this section looks a little bare and I did not see the standard "rate yer......" :p

So....No time like the present.

1-Jimmy Page
2-Joe Stariani
3-SRV
4-Angus Young
5-Jeff Beck
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05/18/2006 5:49 pm
#1. Steve Vai
#2. Zakk Wylde
#3. Dime Bag Darrell
#4. Satch
#5. Glenn Tipton
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05/18/2006 6:07 pm
1. Steve Vai
2. Satch
3. Jimi Hendrix
4. Eric Clapton
5. Stevie Ray Vaughan


That was hard. I can keep going if you'd ask 5 per style. I have tons!
I am Comfortably Numb... :D

Oh yeah...STICK IT TO THE MAN!
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05/18/2006 6:30 pm
1. Stevie Ray Vaughan
2. Zakk Wylde
3. David Gilmour
4. Joe Satriani
5. Joe Bonamassa

NOTE: This is in order of my preference... not how talented they are... obviously...
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05/18/2006 6:55 pm
Originally Posted by: Blues_Man
That was hard. I can keep going if you'd ask 5 per style. I have tons!


Yeah, same story - and mine are always changing, as well. Oh well, here goes:

1: John McLaughlin
2: David Gilmour
3: George Benson
4: Ritchie Blackmore
5: Syd Barrett
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05/18/2006 6:56 pm
Originally Posted by: aschleman1. Stevie Ray Vaughan
2. Zakk Wylde
3. David Gilmour
4. Joe Satriani
5. Joe Bonamassa

NOTE: This is in order of my preference... not how talented they are... obviously...


I'd agree with that on order of talent as well, actually - except I'd put Zakk at the bottom. :p :)
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05/18/2006 7:13 pm
1: Satriani
2: Vai
3: Gilbert
4: Petrucci
5: MacAlpine
6: Howe

Sorry, had to put Greg Howe on there.
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05/18/2006 9:26 pm
Originally Posted by: Jolly McJollyson
Sorry, had to put Greg Howe on there.


No apologies accepted :mad:

This is YOUR top 5. If you like Greg Howe then you put him down. :)

I'll list the "poll" after this weekend.

While on the subject--

You have listed Howe as one of your top 5 guitarists.

He apparently plays in a way that has influenced and "grabbed" ya. Reason to be Top 5 in my book. What did it for you and why the need to feel you should apologize?
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05/18/2006 10:25 pm
Originally Posted by: jimmy_kwtxNo apologies accepted :mad:

This is YOUR top 5. If you like Greg Howe then you put him down. :)

I'll list the "poll" after this weekend.

While on the subject--

You have listed Howe as one of your top 5 guitarists.

He apparently plays in a way that has influenced and "grabbed" ya. Reason to be Top 5 in my book. What did it for you and why the need to feel you should apologize?

I felt that I need to apologize because Greg Howe brought the list to 6, one more than the requested number.
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05/18/2006 10:28 pm
1. Jimi Hendrix
2. Tom Morello
3. Dimebag Darrell
4. Kirk Hammett
5. Angus Young

:D
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05/19/2006 12:43 am
1.) Marty Friedman
2.) Joe Satriani
3.) Paul Gilbert
4.) John Petrucci
5.) Reb Beach

sorry for the redundant type list.

Its weird, it seems to be that my list is deceding from Slowest to Fastest. :o
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05/19/2006 1:29 am
1)Eddie Van Halen
2)Ritchie Sambora
3)Angus Young
4)Slash
5)Gary Rossington

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05/19/2006 2:58 am
1.slash
2.jimi Hendrix
3.augus Young
4.dimebag
5.randy Roads


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05/19/2006 3:47 am
Originally Posted by: Jolly McJollysonI felt that I need to apologize because Greg Howe brought the list to 6, one more than the requested number.



I guess the number 6 next to it should have given it away :rolleyes:

As you can probrably guess I have not been counting long.

So in that case -- "get thee to a nunnery".
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05/19/2006 3:56 am
Originally Posted by: jimmy_kwtxI guess the number 6 next to it should have given it away :rolleyes:

As you can probrably guess I have not been counting long.

So in that case -- "get thee to a nunnery".

HA! My girlfriend/friend with benefits and I are always yelling that at one another.
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05/19/2006 5:50 am
It's always changing. Except for Gilmour, he's always at number 1.

1. David Gilmour
2. Mikael Akerfeldt
3. James Hetfield
4. Larry Carlton
5. Adrian Smith
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05/19/2006 9:28 pm
Originally Posted by: Jolly McJollysonHA! My girlfriend/friend with benefits and I are always yelling that at one another.


Isn't it weird how "big Will" always had a good "burn" that sounds good even after all these Centuries?

Nothing like the classics man.
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05/19/2006 11:05 pm
Originally Posted by: jimmy_kwtxIsn't it weird how "big Will" always had a good "burn" that sounds good even after all these Centuries?

Nothing like the classics man.

Do you bite your thumb at me, sir?
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05/20/2006 4:27 am
Originally Posted by: Jolly McJollyson
5: MacAlpine


I listened to a bit of Tony MacAlpine yesterday. I hate neo-classical shred, but for some reason, I liked his stuff! :confused: His style seems a little more nuanced than Malmsteen or Becker, I s'pose.
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05/20/2006 3:22 pm
1. John Petrucci
2. Joe Satriani
3. Michael Romeo
4. Steve Vai
5. Neal Schon
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