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So, we all know those bands that had that epic combination of lead and ryhythm guitarists as well as the perfect combination of guitar and bass talent. Which guitarist/bass combinaiton do you think was perfect? I'd have to say Death during the Human album. Chuck Schuldiner, Steve DiGiorgio and Paul Masvidal. Amazing.
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Paul McCartney john Lennon
David Gilmour, Water Rogers.
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John Petrucci and John Myung

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Paul Gilbert and blokey from the space ship videos.

And this.

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Surprised there where not at the top of the list: John Frusciante and Flea of course.
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Mikael Åkerfeldt / Peter Lindgren / Martin Mendez
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Surprised there where not at the top of the list: John Frusciante and Flea of course.

this and Jimmy Page/ John Paul Jones..
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Paul McCartney john Lennon
David Gilmour, Water Rogers.



JPJ + Jimmy Page.
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Paul Waggoner/Dustie Waring/Dan Briggs. BTBAM.

Les Claypool/Larry LaLonde. Primus.
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Paul Waggoner/Dustie Waring/Blake Richardson


This and Adam Jones/Justin Chancellor
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Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson


This all the Way
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and then there's free jazz, which isn't even for musicians.

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Adam Jones/Justin Chancellor


Along with Thomas Miller/Michael Romeo...
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and then there's free jazz, which isn't even for musicians.

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As my old guitar teacher once said: Metal really comes from classical music. The only difference is pinch harmonics, double bass, and lyrics about killing goats.
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Hendrix and Noel Redding



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The Hendrix and Billy Cox combination was far superior!!
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The Hendrix and Billy Cox combination was far superior!!

They were both equally bad, in my opinion.

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Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson

This pretty much sums it up
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Billie-Joe Armstrong/Mike Dirnt

John Petrucci/John Myung

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Josh Homme/Scott Reeder
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Josh Homme/Scott Reeder

Nick Oliveri was WAY better
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oh ****. i just realized that mistake. it is just as cool or cooler than the other way around which would be his real name though...
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Jason Newsted and Kirk Hammett live
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Paul Waggoner/Dustie Waring/Blake Richardson. BTBAM.

Les Claypool/Larry LaLonde. Primus.

You mean Dan Briggs, not Blake Richardson, right? I second that tho'.

Also;

Paul Masvisdal, Jason Gobel and Sean Malone - Cynic (Focus-era)
Flea and John Frusciante - Red Hot Chili Peppers
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#36
Wow, if the OP /thread'd himself, he would've been the first one to do it appropriately.

I love how the bass on Weezer's first two albums sound unique, and is capable of blending in sometimes, and totally fucking standing out at other times, often in the same song.
I guess this would be Rivers Cuomo/Brian Bell/Matt Sharp.

Also, the guitarists and bassist from Franz Ferdinand sounded generic at first, but as I listened to it more, the more I started liking it.

A weird thing I like is the sound of a clean guitar with jangly single coil pickups and the contrasting dark sound of basses with humbuckers being played at the same time, sometimes with distortion. I'm too tired to think of any at the moment, but a lot of bands do it.

also lol at Water Rogers

tl;dr Weezer, Franz Ferdinand, Death.
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nick oliveri/josh homme
slash/duff mckagan
adrian smith/dave murray/janick gers/steve harris
geddy lee/alex lifeson
hillel slovak/flea
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