Best rock guitarist (Page 9)

Dhorus
Dhorus: Have you heard Tina S?
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Devlin_616
Devlin_616: Michael Angelo Batio
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Devlin_616
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Iris Goessens
Iris Goessens:

Buckethead AKA Brian Patrick Carroll
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Leda Muir
Leda Muir: lol best not beginners


Herman Li from Dragonforce
(Edited by Leda Muir)
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spkmibtm
spkmibtm: Frank Zappa
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LoisS
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WessDime
WessDime: Nice vid Lois🤘🤘🤘
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ibanezboogieking
ibanezboogieking: Best is really subjective but most influential and ground breaking for me goes in stages and eras. That being said I believe Eddie Van Halen fits the bill. I don't believe he is the technical "best" especially with guys like John Petrucci out there these days.. but he really did lay a lot of groundwork for what modern rock guitarists utilize.
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LoisS
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ClassicCarTunes
ClassicCarTunes: Stevie Ray Vaughn
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Iris Goessens
Iris Goessens: Jason Becker

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Bill51
Bill51: Eric Clapton, you idiots. Do you even know anything about music?
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spkmibtm
spkmibtm: Frank Zappa best guitar player ever, wrote the lyrics and composed the music.
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Bill51
Bill51: I agree, Zappa is a really great, original, intelligent guitar player. But personally I would consider him to be sort of a "niche" player and not one who is accessible to a wider audience. A guitar player who is "strictly commercial" is probably not going to have very good chops really (I'm also a big fan of jazz guitarists; and they have incredible chops. But they are, by no means, "commercial".).
That's why I think Clapton is really the best. He is accessible; yet, at the same time, he is techncally extremely talented. I mean, let's face it, the man has some chops! (Listen to his solo on Cream's version of "Crossroads". He has, quite obviously, listened to and learned from some of the best old blues players (e.g. "Crossroads" is an old Robert Johnson song; and he cut an album with B.B. King-"Riding With the King". And, of course, as we all know, rock 'n roll is directly derived from the blues.
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: Alvin Lee Mike Bloomfield
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: Leslie west
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: Steve Marriott
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: Ariel bender
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: Robin Trower
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: zel Cleminson
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stevengehring40
stevengehring40: kin Simmons
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Bill51
Bill51: I was really glad about the mention of Mike Bloomfield. I remember him from when he played in the Paul Butterfield Band. The put out a lot of great music.
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