Favourite guitarist

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by PaNda TaTaRi, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. Who are your personal favs?

    Frank Zappa is one of my guitar Heroes
  2. Dimebag Darrell. Randy Rhoads. Tony Iommi. Adam Jones. Mikael Akerfeldt.
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    Michael Angelo Batio
    Jimi Hendrix
    Eddie Van Halen

    sooo many to choose from..
  4. Mark Tremonti (Alter Bridge) - #1 my all time favorite
    Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge/Slash & Co.)
    Synyster Gates (Avenged Sevenfold)
    Ian Thornley (Big Wreck)
    John Mayer
    Joe Bonamassa
    Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree)
    Dave Grohl/Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters)
    Simon Neil (Biffy Clyro)
    Jim Root (Slipknot)
    James Hetfield/Kirk Hammett (Metallica)
    Mike Mushok (Staind)
    Zach Myers (Shinedown)
    David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
  5. Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen. 2 names that should be on everyones list no matter what.
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  6. In no particular order...

    Carlos Santana

    Jimi Hendrix



    Steve Vai

    Eddie Van Halen

    Joe Satriani

    Jimmy Page

    Eric Clapton

    BB King


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  7. Slash, Paige, Santana, McCartney (bass).
  8. All the above. Plus as a Manc icon Johnny Marr is an awesome indie guitarist.
  9. Jimi Hendrix of course!

    One of my favorites

    Eddie Van Halen

    Eruption is damn intense, especially for it's time, love both songs.

    Ritchie Blackmore

    This solo still blows my mind, and the riff is awesome. Love his work with Rainbow, Deep Purple and even Blackmore's Night isn't bad.

    Tony Iommi

    Not one of his most technical songs, but this made a big impact for it's time. Such a awesome dark tone, and the guitar work is still loved by me here.

    Steve Vai

    Not sure what's best here, his facial expressions or his guitar work....either way, the dude is a legit boss.


    Weird ass dude, but his guitar work is legit boss.

    Number 1, of course comes to mah boy Buckethead

    Soothsayer is wonderful. A mixture of soft emotion and fast pace guitar work mixing together really shows his better side as oppose to the popular song Jordan. Too Many Humans is still my favorite song by him though. Just a great deep thinking song, and very relaxing. Songs like that are where I think he exceeds at than anything. Fast paced guitar work is nice and all, but I really love the more mellow side of Buckethead, and every guitarist in general.

    Probably forgot a few, but these were the first that I could think of.
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  10. Azusa Nakano
  11. David Gilmour, Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Clapton, Kirk Hammet, Gary Moore.
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  12. Page is confirmed goat