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#1
Ozzy or GnR??

Ozzy:

Randy Rhoads (1979-1982)
Bernie Torme (1982)
Brad Gillis (1982)
Jake E. Lee (1982-1987)
Zakk Wylde (1987-1992, 1995, 1998, 2002-2004, 2006-present)
Steve Vai (1994-1995)
Alex Skolnick (1995)
Joe Holmes (1995-2001)
Jerry Cantrell (2004-2006)


Guns N' Roses

Slash
Buckethead
Ron Thal

etc...
#2
Ozzy, there's a lot of talent in that list.
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#3
Ozzy, no question.
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#6
Why does ozzy's list get dates and stuff, yet GnR's list gets some names and an etc.?

I call shenanigans.
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#7
Skolnick is one of the most underrated guitarists ever.
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#8
Quote by MattAnderson111
Why does ozzy's list get dates and stuff, yet GnR's list gets some names and an etc.?

I call shenanigans.


Because I used Wikipedia.
#12
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Ozzy or GnR??

Ozzy:

Randy Rhoads (1979-1982)
Bernie Torme (1982)
Brad Gillis (1982)
Jake E. Lee (1982-1987)
Zakk Wylde (1987-1992, 1995, 1998, 2002-2004, 2006-present)
Steve Vai (1994-1995)
Alex Skolnick (1995)
Joe Holmes (1995-2001)
Jerry Cantrell (2004-2006)

Guns N' Roses

Slash
Buckethead
Ron Thal

etc...


Win
#13
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Skolnick is one of the most underrated guitarists ever.


Definitely one of the top thrash lead guitarists, I don't see how kerry king and kirk hammet get so much more praise than him.
#15
Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman, Bark at the Moon, No More Tears > Anything GNR has put out.

So, Ozzy.
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#16
Whitesnake had some great guitarists....
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#17
Ozzys got way more big names that have played with him. I mean come on.... Vai (if its true, i havent heard of it), Cantrell, Gillis, Lee...
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#18
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Definitely one of the top thrash lead guitarists, I don't see how kerry king and kirk hammet get so much more praise than him.


His jazz playing is even better, though. Very original, and with a great sense of melody.
#19
I could've sworn i read somewhere that buckethead played for ozzy for a brief period
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I could've sworn i read somewhere that buckethead played for ozzy for a brief period


He auditioned, but Ozzy wanted him to take the bucket off along with the mask.
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#22
steve vai played with Ozzy?

wow, i didn't know that

i still like all of the GN'R guitarists better (the 3 the TS mentioned only), the only guitarist i truly like from the Ozzy list is Vai and Rhoads.
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His jazz playing is even better, though. Very original, and with a great sense of melody.


I haven't heard any of his jazz stuff, any links to some songs?
#24
Ozzy by so much.

Randy, Jake, and Zakk are awesome.

I hate buckethead and slash gets old. I like Velvet Revolver though.
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#25
Axel and buckethead? Together? As in one band? FAIL.
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His jazz playing is even better, though. Very original, and with a great sense of melody.

I wouldn't say better, but I would argue that it is just as good and far more overlooked.
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Ozzy by so much.

Randy, Jake, and Zakk are awesome.

I hate buckethead and slash gets old. I like Velvet Revolver though.



ozzy did have better guitarists though. R.I.P randy.
#28
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Axel and buckethead? Together? As in one band? FAIL.



Ozzy wins hands down. Even thought I think Slash and Buckethead are amazing guitarists, Ozzy matches them, and then has a couple more real talents.
#29
woah I didn't know Jerry Cantrell played for Ozzy!
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#31
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Why does ozzy's list get dates and stuff, yet GnR's list gets some names and an etc.?

I call shenanigans.

you're calling of shenanigans, get your broom!!
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#32
Ozzy.

Buckethead also would've been Ozzy's guitarist, but Ozzy thought he was too freaky because of his mask (and if Ozzy thinks you're freaky, there's something wrong).
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#33
I wouldnt say either of them are lucky, losing their best members to death and infighting, that's bad luck.

Ozzy wins currently
#34
Ozzy.

Even though the original GNR is one of my favorite bands.
But the modern-day Ozzy still rocks..and the modern-day GNR doesn't really. With the exception of 3 songs off the Chinese Democracy album.

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#35
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Ozzy or GnR??

Ozzy:

Randy Rhoads (1979-1982)
Bernie Torme (1982)
Brad Gillis (1982)
Jake E. Lee (1982-1987)
Zakk Wylde (1987-1992, 1995, 1998, 2002-2004, 2006-present)
Steve Vai (1994-1995)
Alex Skolnick (1995)
Joe Holmes (1995-2001)
Jerry Cantrell (2004-2006)


Guns N' Roses

Slash
Buckethead
Ron Thal

etc...

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#36
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Definitely one of the top thrash lead guitarists, I don't see how kerry king and kirk hammet get so much more praise than him.


It's only because he's not part of the Big 5. Testament was like the second generation of thrash along with Overkill and other bands. He is one of my favs and his jazz trio is deadly too, and I'm not a jazz guy but it's Skolnick
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#38
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Why does ozzy's list get dates and stuff, yet GnR's list gets some names and an etc.?

I call shenanigans.


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