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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by FatesEnemy, Oct 16, 2004.
Yeah add him on there. That's just an off the top of my head list
Julian Bream, who also wins best facial expressions by a guitarist this side of Steve Vai.
Scott Gorham, Gary Moore, and Brian Robertson. Those harmonies. Ummff.
Victor Griffin, Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia.
The twin guitars for Thin Lizzy are some of the best of all time
Mike Sifringer = riffcrafter extraordinaire (once upon a time, at least)
All of them? (not a wrong answer btw, just wondering)
Not all certainly, mainly Gorham/Robertson and John Sykes when he was in there.
I'd say all of them from when they started the dual harmonies. Gorham/Moore is delicious, same with Robertson. Everyone likes to shit on Snowy White-era Lizzy but Chinatown and Renegade are fucking awesome.
No mention of Tommy Vetterli means you're all gay
Snowy White is feloniously underrated. Great player, not a personal favorite, but a great player. John Sykes is cool too, but I prefer his work with Tygers of Pan Tang.
I haven't listened to those much but I imagine they are just as awesome as the others...working on getting all of their 'golden era' albums
... i bet you've listened to them more than master poza has.
Masayoshi Takanaka from Flied Egg (and a billion other things) is an awesome progressive rock/fusion/psychedelic guitarist. Really been getting into his more solo based projects lately.
trey azagthoth is my all-time favourite guitarist. i love his soloing and the originality he brings to morbid angel. other favourites include chuck schuldiner, dimebag darrell, michael amott, jeff hanneman and bill steer.
i personally never liked kirk hammett, i find his playing mediocre. but james hetfield is pretty good.
Don't have favorite guitarists/musicians, anyone can play a guitar, if I had to say what are good metal guitarists would go with the guitar players from Mercyful Fate,rythmn lead wise they nail it.
Anyone can pick one up. It takes actual talent to be able to play.