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    Quote Originally Posted by Gib's Son View Post
    Here is one my favorite solos of all time.


    for the sake of this thread I'm going to " balance " all of this , lol


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    I'll " offset " it with this one..no more crap music in my life !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech45 View Post
    for the sake of this thread I'm going to " balance " all of this , lol

    Eee gads man...that is obnoxious.

    Not like these.



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    Here's Leo Kotkke playing one of my favorite songs of his.


    I didn't mention this guitarist in the OP but he's the reigning Classical Master of our time. Not everyone appreciates the Classical Guitar but true guitar enthusiast seem to enjoy it.


    Ive been playing acoustic and classical for 20 years (no where near the caliber of the listed musicians) and the abilities of John Williams are inspiring.


    Roy Clark


    Chet Atkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by commtech77 View Post
    Here's Leo Kotkke playing one of my favorite songs of his.


    I didn't mention this guitarist in the OP but he's the reigning Classical Master of our time. Not everyone appreciates the Classical Guitar but true guitar enthusiast seem to enjoy it.


    Ive been playing acoustic and classical for 20 years (no where near the caliber of the listed musicians) and the abilities of John Williams are inspiring.


    Roy Clark


    Chet Atkins
    All good stuff there.
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    A fine Italian restaurant with a beautiful 20 year old dark haired girl kind of music from THE MASTER Andre Segovia




    Ted Nugent was very cool years ago. So long as the " Knack " posts calm down I'll hold off on the Pantera and Shadows Fall , however there must be balance , lol.

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    Paco De Lucia

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    And then there's Larry Carlton.

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    Cool stuff man.

    I'll leave you with this , Live free brothers



    Jason Becker and Paganini's 5th Caprice like 20 some years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech45 View Post
    A fine Italian restaurant with a beautiful 20 year old dark haired girl kind of music from THE MASTER Andre Segovia




    Ted Nugent was very cool years ago. So long as the " Knack " posts calm down I'll hold off on the Pantera and Shadows Fall , however there must be balance , lol.
    John Williams was a student of Andre Segovia's.

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    And must finish with this.
    The all time number one rock classic.

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    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    Question who sucks as a famous guitarist?

    Ever notice how so many of the great guitarists have fingers like ET? A few notable exceptions like Gilmour who laughs at his sausage fingers. Clapton's finger nail beds are soooo far back its gross.


    Ok, we can all go on forever with our favorite guitarists but who is willing to call out a famous guitarists who they feel is overrated? I've already committed a rock sacrilege by saying Jimi Hendrix was sloppy. Come on boys, take your best shots. Must give some reason why. Boring play, boring tone, lack of imagination, sloppy, can't play arpeggios--whatever. I have a few big dogs in mind but I'll wait to see what ya'll come up with.

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