Greatest guitarist

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    MariosLP

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    Jimmi Hedrix
    Carlos Santana
    Richie Sambora(Bon Jovi before in 80s and early 90s)
     
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    John Petrucci - Dream Theater
    Greg Tribett - Mudvayne
    Jimmy Page - Led Zeppelin
    Adam Jones -Tool
    Carlos Santana - Santana
     
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    John Frusciante - RHCP
    James Iha - The smashing pumpkins
    Wes Borland - LB

    And prolly more but I can't think of that right now.
     
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    Slash,Jimmy Hendrix and all of the guitarists from Iron Maiden are the best ever
     
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    well atleast we have someone on this bouard who listens to Iron Maiden :D
     
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    Dimebag...just because his riffs and stuff are the best ive heard...even if he wasnt dead, i'd still pick him, simply because his riffs have influenced soo many bands

    but still RIP man
     
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    Guess what?

    Max Cavalera :lol:
     
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    Tom Morello, Tony Iommi, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, and... Graham Coxon.
     
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    Mark Tremonti (Creed, Alter Bridge)
    Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin)
    Zakk Wylde
    Dimebag Darrell (R.I.P.)
    Adam Dutkiewicz (KSE)
    Jimi Hendrix
     
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    My opinion is this
    1. Jimi Hendrix- one of the most influencial guitarists ever. Excellent writing abililties with some of the best solo's and best riffs of anyone here. Also outstanding live preformances.
    2. Robert Johnson- Dont worry, you guys dont know of him... hes a blues guy from the 30's. But Eric Claptan and Jimi cant cover his music, he was just too good.
    3. Jimmy page, all the same things as Jimi with the best riffs and solos, but not quite as influencial, but he redefined hard rock none the less.
    4. Eric Clapton- outstanding live preformances. Great riffs and solos, and as much excellent music as Page.
    5. Jeff Beck- I dunno, hes just really clean and great. A true guitarist's guitarist. Though not as popular or influencial.
    6. Eddie Van Halen- not as clean as these other guys, but a true great one none the less.
    7. Duane Allman- Great music and a slide god.
    8. Chuck Berry- he's a legend, as influencial as Hendrix from the 50's.
    9. BB King- Dont know much other than before him, everyone played electric like it was accustic.
     
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    Wow, I can't believe someone has actually heard of the Allman Brothers on here! My dad absolutely loves (possibly obsesses over) the Allman Bros. I used to hate them, but now I'm really starting to get into them, they've got some real musical talent. If only Duane hadn't died... But their new guitarist, Derek Trucks, is still pretty darn good at slide...
     
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    Adam Dutkiewicz (KsE)
    Devin Townsend- most people haven't heard of him but he is in the Devin Townsend Band and Strapping Young Lad. He plays some wicked solos!
     
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    1. Jimi Hendrix
    2. Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin)
    3. David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
    4. Steve Howe (Yes)
    5. Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple)
    6. John Petrucci (Dream Theater)
    7. Joe Satriani
    8. Slash (Guns N' Roses)
    9. Robert Johnson
    10. BB King
     
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    Paul O'neill - trans-siberian orchestra
    He is fucking insane..."A Last Illusion" is fucking orgasmic
     
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    Jimi Hendrix is the only guitarist that's ever made me cry with the sounds of his music. Gotta go with Jimi.
     
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    This guy could own evreryone listeds ass.

    http://www.angelo.com/index.html

    But some other great guitarists:

    Guitar:
    Hendrix
    Hammet
    Morello
    Slash

    Bass:
    Rob Trujilio
    Cliff Burton (RIP)
    Tim Commerford
     
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    Hell yes. Download 'Speed Lives' and watch it. So crazy.

    But Joe Satriani is amazing.



    ...Alex Lifeson from Rush is pretty good too.
     
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    Another honourable mention goes to... Abe Cunningham (The Deftones).
     
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    Santana!
     
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    Jimi Hendrix and Dimebag.

    James Black of Finger Eleven is pretty good. Billy Howerdel(sp?) of APC as well.
     

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