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Tope ten Guitarists    11:01 on Friday, February 24, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

rockin_ruby
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ok someone suggested to me to do this so i have lols here is are six top guitarists can gimme another four to complete my list and add your own please lols

1 Jimi Hendrix
2 Jimmy Page
3 Slash
4 Kurt Cobain
5 Robby Krieger
6 Angus Young

these six were actually suggested by LED_ZEP_MIK so thnx lol

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sorry i miss typed the name ..eek..

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    19:39 on Friday, February 24, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Seal-Nut
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Here's the thing... Even if Kurt Cobain is considered some kind of musical icon... It's for SONG-WRITING, not PLAYING GUITAR.

How can anyone put him in the top 50 best guitarists ever? You need to quit relating song-writing & guitar playing. They're 2 different things.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    19:40 on Friday, February 24, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zeppbeat12
(102 points)

1. Jimi Hendrix
2. Eric Clapton
3. Jimmy Page
4. Eddie Van Halen
5. Frank Zappa
6. Chuck Berry
7. Stevie Ray Vaughn
8. Joe Satriani
9. Jeff Beck
10. Eddie Hazel

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    09:43 on Saturday, February 25, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Banana_Jelly
(5 points)

1. Eric Clapton
2. Jimmy Page
3. Carlos Santana
4. Jimi Hendrix
5. Eddie Van Halen
6. Frank Zappa
7. Jeff Beck....

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    13:00 on Sunday, February 26, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

fauna
(90 points)

1) Paul Gilbert
2) Jimmy Page
3) Jeff Beck
4) Jason Becker
5) Eric Clapton
6) Carlos Santana
7) Al DiMeola
8) Steve Vai
9) Joe Satriani
10) Brian May

I'd have to say that I agree that Kurt Cobain is NOT a real musician.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    18:03 on Sunday, February 26, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zeppbeat12
(102 points)

But Seal nut, you had not problem with Johnny Ramone being 17th on the rolling stone list for creating the style of punk rock, and while cobain may not have written complicated songs, they were more complicated than anything the Ramones wrote.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    19:47 on Sunday, February 26, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Pearcy05
(52 points)

1. Jimi Hendrix
2. Eddie Van Halen
3. Jimmy Paige
4. Eric Clapton
5. Kirk Hammet
6. Slash
7. Dimebag Darrell
8. Zakk Wylde
9. Ritchie Blackmore
10. Angus Young

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    23:04 on Sunday, February 26, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Bailian
(14 points)

1. Petrucci
2. Vai
3. Yngwie Malmsteen
4. Ed Van Halen
5. Hendrix
6. Paul Gilbert
7. Satriani
8. Chuck Berry

These are the most skilled players and the order can vary, they all have there specialty i just wrote the first ones that came to mind.



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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    00:07 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Seal-Nut
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"But Seal nut, you had not problem with Johnny Ramone being 17th on the rolling stone list for creating the style of punk rock, and while cobain may not have written complicated songs, they were more complicated than anything the Ramones wrote."

This can be easily explained. You know nothing about playing guitar, & you're incorrect. Johnny Ramone's guitar work was much more complex than Cobains. Johnny Ramone's chord progressions were much more complex aswell as his solos.

But it doesn't sound complex does it? Ramones songs sound easy as hell... & that's exactly what made him so great, he made it look easy.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    01:24 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zeppbeat12
(102 points)

Buddy, i've played guitar for 3 years. JOHNNY RAMONE DID NOT BELIEVE IN SOLOING. I could pick up ramones songs as soon as i knew power chords. Cobain doesn't always use power chords, actually has solos, and his notes are much more compicated. Don't tell me I know nothing about guitar.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    09:35 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Seal-Nut
(99 points)

"Buddy, i've played guitar for 3 years. JOHNNY RAMONE DID NOT BELIEVE IN SOLOING. "


Wow 3 whole years eh?...Kid... I've played guitar for over 13 years. Literally an entire decade longer than you. I got my first guitar when I was 5. Then when I was 8 I got my second guitar, a Fender, from my moms boyfriend who was a guitar teacher & for hours every week taught me everything he knew. At 12 years old, I could play guitar better than you could. I've been the lead guitar player for 5 different bands. On the side I'm also a guitar teacher.

Basically... My pinky knows more about playing guitar than you do.

Secondly... Johnny Ramone didn't believe in soloing? Not only are you a bad guitar player, you also know nothing about the Ramones. There are dozens & dozens of Ramones songs with more advanced guitar solos from Johnny than any Nirvana song. How about you try listening to their music before commenting on something you know nothing about? Good idea? I think so.

Another point to make is that it's a lot easier to borrow or steal a style, than create your own. No one sounded like the Ramones before the Ramones, they were truly revolutionary in the way Nirvana never was. If you stripped down the vocals from say... 'Nevermind the Bollocks' by the Sex Pistols, & slowed the music down a tad... You'd pretty much have 'Nevermind' by Nirvana. It wouldn't be as interesting or exciting, but that's 'Nevermind' in a nutshell. Nothing but a rip-off of bands & sounds that came long before them. Like I wrote.. Cobain had people to steal from, Johnny Ramone didn't.

Johnny may not be in the top 20 best guitar players ever, but any respectable music critic or fan would definitely put him in the top 50. He deserves to be where RS put him.

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    12:46 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zeppbeat12
(102 points)

A. I'm not even gonna comment on your first part, after seeing the !***! you've done, you're probably lieing, and there's no way to ever prove it either way, so post whatever smart ass comment you want.

B. Find me these songs with "advanced solos" by the ramones. You always talk a great deal, but you rarely back it up (never named all those "pearl Jam rip offs")

C. THIS IS NOT A LIST OF THE MOST INNOVATIVE GUITARISTS. IF IT WAS, JOHNNY RAMONE WOULD DEFINITELY DESERVE A SPOT NEAR THE TOP.

D. You still managed to turn this anti-nirvana. Just accept the fact that all pearl jam did was jump on the gravy train that nirvana started with nevermind. You can say whatever you want about it, but nothing pearl jam ever did had near the cultural effect nevermind did.

And finally, you don't know as much about music as you think you do. You're just an arrogant 18 year old who thinks he knows everything cause he's listened to a couple of albums and read a couple of books, who only trolls around here waiting for people to post things so you can rip it apart with your "infinite knowledge on music."

Lead guitarist of 5 bands and guitar teacher by 18? Hmmmmmmm..... sounds truthful. You must be some kind of guitar prodigy. (Oh, and if you don't know where I got 18 from, 5 plus your supposedly 13 years of playing =18)

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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    15:27 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

rockin_ruby
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yea fauna i no but i didnt write it properly because i was a bit hyped lol

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Zeppbeat    19:08 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Seal-Nut
(99 points)

"A. I'm not even gonna comment on your first part, after seeing the !***! you've done, you're probably lieing, and there's no way to ever prove it either way, so post whatever smart ass comment you want."

"After seeing the !***!" I've done? What !***! Are you talking about exactly? Funny how when you bring up your guitar "talent" you must be telling the truth, yet when I tell you what I've done, I MUST be lying. M0r0n.

"B. Find me these songs with "advanced solos" by the ramones. You always talk a great deal, but you rarely back it up (never named all those "pearl Jam rip offs")

Pay attention stewpid. I never said they had "advanced solos", I said they had more advanced solos than Nirvana. As for the Pearl Jam rip-offs... The fact you have to ask who they are shows you don't know much about music. 1) Creed - 2) Nickelback - 3) Seven Mary Three - 4) Lifehouse - 5) The Calling - 6) Stone Temple Pilots - There are many more I'm forgetting.

C. THIS IS NOT A LIST OF THE MOST INNOVATIVE GUITARISTS. IF IT WAS, JOHNNY RAMONE WOULD DEFINITELY DESERVE A SPOT NEAR THE TOP.

Um, couldn't the most innovative guitarists ALSO be considered the best? I don't think you're the one who came up with the concept RS magazine list. To be the person who comes up with a signature style is A LOT harder than becoming technically good - Anyone can do that.

D. You still managed to turn this anti-nirvana. Just accept the fact that all pearl jam did was jump on the gravy train that nirvana started with nevermind. You can say whatever you want about it, but nothing pearl jam ever did had near the cultural effect nevermind did.

You can brag all you want about 'Nevermind' - The fact is Pearl Jam fans have an excellent new album to look forward to this May 2nd... Awwww... Where's your new Nirvana album? Oh that's right, they only came out with 3 & will never have any new material ever again for the rest of your life. I'd much rather have my fav. band be a band that makes a lot of music, than have my fav. band come out with 3 albums & have a "cultural effect". Besides, Pearl Jams cultural effect is not surpassed by Nirvanas. Nirvana may of had an immediate impact, but Pearl Jam has continuously effected culture since they formed over 15 years ago. It's like comparing the Sex Pistols to Pink Floyd. The Sex Pistols had a greater cultural impact, but who gets more credit & has more music? Thats PJ & Nirvana for you.

Oh, & there's a difference between hopping on the gravey train, & being forced on the gravey train. Pearl Jam didn't sell out, unlike Nirvana. Pearl Jam were forced to be much bigger than they wanted after Nirvana. Nirvana sold out & tried to make Pearl Jam look bad... In turn, Kurt just blamed it on Pearl Jam when Nirvana sold out. It was a pathetic & immature move & thats how it will be remembered.


Lead guitarist of 5 bands and guitar teacher by 18? Hmmmmmmm..... sounds truthful. You must be some kind of guitar prodigy. (Oh, and if you don't know where I got 18 from, 5 plus your supposedly 13 years of playing =18)

I got my first guitar when I was 5. I stated that I didn't really get into it until I was 8 & got my second guitar from my moms boyfriend who then taught me. I guess by all means I could say it's been 16 years then, but I didn't really start practicing until 8. Which would make me 21, not 18. Which is plenty of time to be the lead guitarist in 5 rock bands, considering I was the lead guitarist in 2 bands at once, & some bands dont last more than a few months.




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Re: Tope ten Guitarists    19:51 on Monday, February 27, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Seal-Nut
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& yes, I noticed I spelled "gravy" wrong.

   





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