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Srv.
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Srv.


This. Short for Steve Ray Vaughan incase you don't know in fact, Vaughan was influenced heavily by Hendrix
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This. Short for Steve Ray Vaughan incase you don't know in fact, Vaughan was influenced heavily by Hendrix

yeah i know it's stevie ray vaughan , but thanks for clarifying =D. Or come to think of it, it could also be Suzy's Raging V****a...I hear it's pretty good at guitar.
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Ron Asheton from the Stooges
Joey Santiago from Pixies (more on their early albums)
Andy Kerr from Nomeansno
Greg Ginn from Black Flag
J. Mascis from Dinosaur Jr
Isaac Brock from Modest Mouse (on some songs at least)

EDIT: Also Steve Albini from Big Black, Rapeman, and Shellac.
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#11
Albert King. Straight up raw blues emotion.
Gotta finish my work, then play some grooves, so I can turn my room into a house of blues...
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Jack White, in all his various musical projects. Also Johnny Greenwood from Radiohead. Hes not so bluesy but still very raw.
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Quote by Lots O' FX
Ron Asheton from the Stooges
Joey Santiago from Pixies (more on their early albums)
Andy Kerr from Nomeansno
Greg Ginn from Black Flag
J. Mascis from Dinosaur Jr
Isaac Brock from Modest Mouse (on some songs at least)

EDIT: Also Steve Albini from Big Black, Rapeman, and Shellac.


joey santiago is a good example, listen to doolittle and surfer rosa
#16
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who are some guitarists who have a very raw style like Jimmy Page, Terry Kath and Jimi Hendrix?


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dave mustaine


How to you even get dave mustaine to be near the style of hendrix and page?
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Mustaine is different than most "lead" guitarists in metal, his style is very raw in the context its used. He's no blues legend, but his style is deffinately raw
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Metalfan4. Yeah he´s an amazing guitarist . I would even go as far as saying hes my favorite guitar player , and his riffing / soloing is raw. Its just i thought it was odd to compare him to hendrix and page. But he got awsome skills.
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Metalfan4. Yeah he´s an amazing guitarist . I would even go as far as saying hes my favorite guitar player , and his riffing / soloing is raw. Its just i thought it was odd to compare him to hendrix and page. But he got awsome skills.

Like I said, he's no blues player, but he's raw in the context of metal
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Aww shucks...

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#21
Jack White, definitely. Who's the guy in the Black Keys? Can't remember his name but he's pretty awesome that way. Also Mike Jensen and Landon Ginnings from Showbread's last lineup were pretty raw together. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZkk5ib2ZYQ
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Billy Gibbons.
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Jack White, definitely. Who's the guy in the Black Keys? Can't remember his name but he's pretty awesome that way.


This. And the guy from the black keys is dan auerbach, which i'm going to see tonight
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Allen Collins/ rickey medlocke/ steve gaines/gary rossington/ ed king.etc..from Lynyrd Skynyrd
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#26
Quote by bingeandletgo
John Frusciante
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1haGiFiSX4

Solo at 3:02. You won't regret it


Yeah...look up "raw guitar" on wikipedia and you get that very same video.

I gotta agree with some of the others in this thread too - Dave Mustaine is raw. I've seen him live and thought his style was a good contrast to Marty Friedman's very precise (awesomely good) performance.
#28
What about Alexi Laiho? If were going to bring metal players into this, or Wylde, Chuck Schuldiner, Mark Morton, Brent Hinds, etc.
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Aww shucks...

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"Robin Finck of Guns N' Roses and Nine Inch Nails is possibly the roughest player ever, love his style: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqmYDnObRck"

compared to the other solo on this page so far

"John Frusciante
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1haGiFiSX4

Solo at 3:02. You won't regret it "

IMO that John Frusciante solo blows that Finck solo away. Like those two solos arent even close, the raw emotion in Frusciantes is leaps and bounds above Finck who sounds like hes just finding cool sounds... as if he isn't going anywhere with it, just stumbling on the guitar.
#32
I've got to agree with Gibbons, he does alot of hybrid too which is damn fine trait to acquire, especially with triads.
*shrugs* I don't know...
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me... honestly.

Keith Richards, Jack White, Marc Ford, Luther Dickinson, Hendrix, Page, Slash, Rich Robinson... The two guitarists from Mudhoney. I forget their names though.