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    Music Lists for every Taste

    Music fans should enjoy this...there's plenty for everyone if you scroll down to the links...scroll way down...

    http://www.digitaldreamdoor.com/page...newguitar.html
    100 Greatest Rock Guitarists

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    Hendrix as #1? Come on... anyone can play that well on acid.

    I can't beleive that Trey Anastasio is at 143! No respect...
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    Hi phishphreek80,

    Yah...I know...it's a matter of taste but if you check out the other lists then the standings change...

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    Bleh...only page that even mentioned KMFDM is only available through google's cache. Seems that site has some sort of biased feelings towards 'industrial'.
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    Hi SirSub,

    Who's KMFDM ?

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    KMFDM is a techno type band from the 90's. and i personally think yngwie malmsteen, steve vai, satriani and dio should be top 4. also Dimebag should definitely not be that low in the chart.

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    Hi karmine,

    That explains why I've never heard of them...but then you guys are looking at the wrong list because on the list of all time greatest guitarists of hard rock/heavy metal you have this order...you can check the list yourself for the rest...

    1. Paul Gilbert - Racer X, Mr. Big, Solo
    2. Steve Vai - Solo, David Lee Roth, Whitesnake
    3. Randy Rhoads - Quiet Riot, Ozzy
    4. Jason Becker - Cacophony, David Lee Roth, Solo
    5. Joe Satriani - Solo
    6. Neal Schon - Beck, Santana, Journey, Solo, Soul Sirkus
    7. Marty Friedman - Cacophony, Megadeth, Solo
    8. John Petrucci - Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Exp.
    9. Yngwie Malmsteen - Steeler, Rising Force, Solo
    10. Jimmy Page - Led Zeppelin
    11. Eddie Van Halen - Van Halen
    12. Michael Angelo Batio - Solo
    13. Akira Takasaki - Lazy, Loudness, Ji-Zo, Solo
    14. Nuno Bettencourt - Extreme, Mourning Widows, Solo,
    15. Tony MacAlpine - Solo, M.A.R.S., Planet X, Ring Of Fire
    16. Stephan Forte - Solo, Adagio
    17. Vito Bratta - White Lion
    18. George Lynch - Dokken, Lynch Mob, Solo
    19. Stevie Blaze - Lillian Axe, Angel, Near Life Experience
    20. Michael Schenker - MSG, Scorpions, Contraband, So

    it's a cool site if you scroll down you'll find alot to look at!

    Hi phishphreek80,

    I forgot...Jimi was not one of my favorites growing up, I didn't much care for the Doors either at the time...I was more into Cream, Ten Years After, Moody Blues, Blood Sweat & Tears, etc...

    But I was there in the sixties...and when all the girls were crying and wetting their pants over the Beatles and the Stones...
    all the boys wanted their daddies to buy them a guitar so they could be Jimi Hendrix...he was a guitar salesman's wet dream! Of all these guitarists mentioned very few, if any, had the impact on guitar sales that Jimi did.

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    KMFDM a techno band? hah. KMFDM started in 84, more of an "industrial" band, with a little electronica mixed in. They more or less lost/replaced/added at least one member for every album they released, so their sound varies album to album.
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    KMFDM - "A Drug Against War" is awesome...that is all.
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    Pretty obvious list besides the way some things are sorted and numbered.

    Right now im pretty much diggin' Craig Nicholls' & Ryan Griffiths' stuff... every the Vines album I've heard has a solo on just about each & every track. Lots of drug refferences too.

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