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View Postmadnaz, on 26 July 2014 - 09:03 PM, said:



No doubt, he would deaden a set of strings every show

He had the intonation set so high...higher than most slide players so he could hold those notes and play over them. Sometimes it sounds like two guitars.


Jimi Hendrix done unheard of things for his days taking old blues riffs adding destortion.

Lindsey Buckingham great player that never used a pick for his own sound.

Warren Haynes probably one of the best live shows I've ever seen great great player and singer.

Eric Clapton what can you say he's played and been successful at almost every genre.

Mark Kophner crazy talented

Jimmy Page my favorite band of all time but the Brits just play a little choppy without the soul.

Dave Matthews yes Dave Matthews he is an excellent player and very schooled on guitar play through one of his albums and you'll agree the same.
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I haven't listened to much of Rory Gallagher, but I usually love what I hear from him
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And I don't know if anyone has mentioned Albert King, but the way bent his notes made me feel like he was squeezing every drop of life out of them, in a good way if that makes any sense.
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One of the more underrated guitar players in the grand scheme of things, Frank Zappa.


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View PostL.A.Hog, on 26 July 2014 - 07:48 PM, said:

Roy Clark

Glen Campbell

Lindsey Buckingham

Not guys who come to mind immediately,but they can pick.

I think Glen Campbell actually started his career and made his "bones" as a studio guitarist.

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obvious:

hendrix
page
srv
gilmour
iommi
albert king
albert lee
brent mason

less obvious:

the edge
john mayer
gary clark jr
nile rodgers
doc watson

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Just going with people that I don't remember seeing.

Prince is pretty good.  And John Mayer is not bad for a douchey boy bandy type of guy....
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Prince is an incredible musician all around . dude has serious musical skills.  Movie making not so much.

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