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View Poll Results: Who is the greatest guitarist on the planet??

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  • Chet Atkins of course!

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  • Yngwie Malmsteen shreds like a...er....shredder!

    2 5.88%
  • Steve Vai - an all round ace in the pack!

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  • Gary Moore - pulls all the right faces!

    5 14.71%
  • Somebody else whom I shall name below!

    22 64.71%
  • I am! I'm da best, the rest just mess....

    5 14.71%
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Thread: The Greatest Guitarist on the Planet - (it's a bit of fun)

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    Default The Greatest Guitarist on the Planet - (it's a bit of fun)

    Who is the best?
    Who can play the fastest?
    Who is the most melodic?
    Who dazzles you with innovation and creativity?
    Whos the daddy??



    (I know its silly, its only a bit of fun!)
    Last edited by Saveman; 15-Sep-06 at 13:26.
    You get what you give

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    One name springs to mind

    BONES!

    End of conversation, no argument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moncur View Post
    One name springs to mind

    BONES!

    End of conversation, no argument.
    Of Star Trek fame? Didn't know he played........
    You get what you give

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saveman View Post
    Of Star Trek fame? Didn't know he played........
    LMAO

    Tristan Seume takes my vote

    no question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saveman View Post
    Of Star Trek fame? Didn't know he played........
    Dammit Jim, I'm a doctor not a guitarist!

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    Tall Farlow my favourite but Les Paul leaves everyone else standing. Farlow died a few years ago but I think Les is still playing.
    In the image of God? You must be joking!

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    with chobbers on it... tristen is awesome!
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    Who is the best?

    Its between

    Allan holdsworth/Vai/Satriani/Blackmore/Page/Hendrix


    Who can play the fastest?

    Michael Angelo - fast but dull.

    Who is the most melodic?

    Steve Morse and his eclectic chops
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    Who dazzles you with innovation and creativity?

    Guthrie Govan - buy Erotic Cakes now!!

    Whos the daddy??

    Django Reinhart - two fingers didn`t stop his diminished arpeggios!!

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    It's all down to personal preference at the end of the day.

    I really think Stevie Ray Vaughan is great, I like John Petrucci, Brian May, Jimmy Page, James Hetfield/Kirk Hammet. I don't think I could choose one of them though. I like them all!

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    The Edge fae U2,closely followed by Davie Gilmour.
    Their coming to take me away.....haha-hee-hee-ho-ho

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    John Hausrath - the Springpark Satriani. You'd sandpaper your own eyeballs to be as fine as Hoose. Legend.

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    John Hausrath? Big John? Chef? Surely there can't be many John Hausrath's around?

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    Tommy Boiln for me, just have to stick on some live stuff from his Energy band to remember he was the ultimate (and only 20-21 at the time). His heroin riddled Purple days were a shadow of his former glory.

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    I've rcently discovered Tommy Emmanuel. The guy is brilliant.

    Tall Fiddler
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szd7r...elated&search=

    Guitar Boogie
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