#2
No.
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#3
hes technically far from the best player in the world. Especially by today's standards but no one made the music he made
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#4
Subjective
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#8
Obviously someone who's listening to Hendrix isn't trying to obtain the same emotions from the music as someone trying to listen to Malmsteem. I mean...just because there's a guitar involved doesn't mean two things are inherently worthy of comparison. They're about as different as you can get.
#9
he did things on the guitar that today's shredders could never emulate. he had his own style and played with more true soul than any other player ever has. his big ****ing bear hands allowed him to play better than anybody.


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#10
I think of shred as Yngwie. Just playing scales up and down the fret board really fast with zero soul.
Hendrix didn't shred IMO
Hendrix's solo's were an extension of his soul. And there is no word for that.
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#11
No

In terms of actual skill, definitely not. He's definitely more influential, and plays with emotion, but that's not what you're asking
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I think of shred as yngwie. Just playing scales up and down the fret board really fast with zero soul.
Hendrix didn't shred IMO
Hendrix's solo's were an extension of his soul. And there is no work for that.


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#20
Its all opinions, everyone has their own. I personally think he was much better than any shredder. But I'm certain many will disagree with what I think.
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Its all opinions, everyone has their own. I personally think he was much better than any shredder. But I'm certain many will disagree with what I think.


Well, I'll be the first to say, I completely agree!

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