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#3
Slash and MAB

EDIT: ^ C&H ftw!
Kodiak bears make awesome bandmates.

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no seriously 7x NGD is epicness i declare you the winner of all NGD's on UG never have i seen this xD
Last edited by kaosxrocker at Dec 31, 2008,
#7
Zakk Wylde
Kirk Hammet
Slash
Joe Bonamassa(Iam Not Sure, He Seems To Be Real Cool With His Note Choice)
Kurt Cobian
Jimi Hendrix( Not Heard Him Alot, But I Like Whatever I Heard)
Randy Rhoads(Not That Much Though)
David Gilmour

My Favourite Guitarist Keeps On Changing, It All Started With Kirk HAmmet, Then Kurt Cobian Then I Was Crazy About David Gilmour, And Now Iam In Love With ZAKK WYLDE!!
#9
Slash and Jesper Stromblad
I see you're not using the UG black theme



Originally posted by GOD
akm_202, i now announce you, king of awesome. You may bow down to me.
#10
So many greats!
Here's a few you might not think of.
3) Jazz Ball - Hair of the Dog. His Toccata is pure class.
2) Martin Barre - Jethro Tull. So versatile.
1) Joe Konas - The Gods. Probably the first Metal player back in '69
Other favourites include Jeff Beck, Peter Green, Gary Moore and Mick Box. Some Americans, too.
#14
It was Slash for some time, then I decided to listen to more varied music, now I've no idea. Rob Arnold, Robb Flynn, it could be pretty much anyone.

Listening to Chimaira always gets me in the mood to play guitar again, alongside watching the DVD(s), so Rob Arnold probably wins. Him or Mark Hunter, seeing as he writes a lot of it.

YJ
私は嵐の午前
Je suis la tempête
I am the Storm
#15
petrucci, zakk, rhoads and kirk
Gear:

-ESP/LTD M-100FM
-Yamaha Pacifica PAC012
-PBS 15Watts Amplifier
-Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah Pedal
-Monster 25ft. Cable
-Dunlop Tortex 1mm Picks
-Dunlop Strap (Heavy Duty)
- Ernie Ball 10-46
#16
Synyster Gates
He can play diferent types of music as well, like the bluesy solo on Dear God, and the acoustic intro on Gunslinger.
#17
why so many Kirks...he is insanely sloppy and relies on the wah for the solos he has forgotton (thats at least half)


Marty Friedman
Syn Gates
Dave Mustaine
Slash


Not in any order
#19
Kirk Hammett, Matthew Bellamy, Slash, Pete Townshend and Jimmy Page

Edit: Santana and Angus Young too, of course
Last edited by Nimblewright at Dec 31, 2008,
#21
Adrian Smith, Dave Murray, Janick Gers, Dennis Stratton, Jani (Can't spell last name, from Sonata Arctica), Glenn Tipton, KK Downing.

Yeah.
#22
John Petrucci and Steve Vai....i like Joe Satriani and Kirk Hammett too though...
#23
Jeff Loomis
Michael Romeo
Chris Broderick
Adrian Smith
Lindsey Buckingham
#25
Kirk Hammet
John Petrucci
Slash
Adrian Smith
Janick Gers
Dave Murray
Dime
Olp MM1
Digitech DF7
Randall RG-40r
Tanglewood Acoustic
#26
In order
Buckethead
Kirk Hammett
Paul Gilbert
Jimmy Page
Dimebag
Randy Rhoads
Marty Friedman
Syn & Zacky
Jimi Hendrix
Eric Clapton
Please excuse my godawful username. I was thirteen.
#28
Kirk Hammett and James Hettfield

edit: I also really like Slash, Kurt Cobain, Tony Iommi, and Dimebag.
Last edited by loner123 at Dec 31, 2008,
#30
Gates, Rhoades, Dime, Mustaine, and of course EVH
Andy Fox
Hard rock guitarist
I play a Jackson DK-2 and an Ibanez RG through a Peavey 6505+ stack
#31
In no particular order:
Ace Frehley
Slash
Tom Morello
Steve Vai
Phil Campbell (from Motorhead)
Bruce Kulic (Grand Funk Railway)
Noodles
#33
I. Jack White
II. Jimmy Page
III. Joe Perry
IV. Richard Fortus
V. Slash
VI. Hendrix
#34
I see Steve Vai everywere but no Satriani? you guys do know that Satriani didnt excist Vai probably wasnt were he is now?
My list(not in order)
Joe Satriani
Angus Young
Jimi Hendrix
BB King
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Mark Tremonti
Kirk Hammet
#35
I was expecting this thread to be full of EVH and Malmsteem, I am actually quite suprised
Andy Fox
Hard rock guitarist
I play a Jackson DK-2 and an Ibanez RG through a Peavey 6505+ stack
#39
John Frusciante
Rig
Fender 09 Standard Strat>Wilson Ten Spot II Wah>Boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion>EHX Big Muff Pi>Boss CE-2 Chorus>Crate V32 Palomino 212
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass>(Same Pedals)>AcousticB20

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I'm with DeltaFunk
#40
In no particular order:

Buckethead
Joe Satriani
Kirk Hammett
Paul Gilbert
Yngwie Malmsteen
Stevie Ray Vaughn (R.I.P)
Quote by ComradeIronMan
With Gibson you're paying an extra $1000 for the name Gibson on it.