Poll: Who's yer fav?
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View poll results: Who's yer fav?
Scott Gorham
4 14%
Brian robertson
2 7%
Gary Moore
15 54%
Eric Bell
0 0%
Snowy White
4 14%
John Sykes
3 11%
Voters: 28.
#1
Who was it?

I voted for scotty.
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#3
i didnt want to ask who was the best, so i hope i get away with it.
I've got something in my front pocket for you.
Why don't you reach down in my pocket and see what it is?
Then grab onto it, it's just for you.
Give a little squeeze and say: "How do you do?"
#4
I've only recently started getting into Thin Lizzy so I dunno which guitarist did which songs, so I just voted for Gary Moore 'cos I've heard of him the most.
#5
Gary Moore all the way

(However I'm not sure how much he's acctually done in Thin Lizzy but he's a great guitarist solo and in other projects)
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#6
Brian Robertson for me, great wah-wah player. Although the only one of these guys I don't like is John Sykes. Heja Sverige! :P
#7
I feel bad for Eric Bell. Nobody voted for him.
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#8
Gary Moore is a guitar god......

Theres nothing he cant play........metal rock blues funk jazz folk

Hes got it all
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#9
Quote by Gustaf
Brian Robertson for me, great wah-wah player. Although the only one of these guys I don't like is John Sykes. Heja Sverige! :P


Haha I saw Brian Robertson last weekend at "Monsters of Tribute" in Annexet, Globen, maybe you also where there ?
He played in a Led Zeppelin-tribute with Ian from Europe
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#10
Snowy White. Thats who i voted for
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#11
Quote by Danne55
Haha I saw Brian Robertson last weekend at "Monsters of Tribute" in Annexet, Globen, maybe you also where there ?
He played in a Led Zeppelin-tribute with Ian from Europe



No, I wasn't. I had totally forgotten all about that gig, bloody hell!!!
#12
It was a good concert!!
You've missed something.
But it lasted 5 hours quite long time.
man blev trött..
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#13
I voted for Scott Gorham. Sure, Robbo was amazing, and Moores work on Black Rose is argubly my favorite, but Scott stayed in the band for like, 10 years and did all the work on Bad Reputation when Brian had to leave.
#14
Quote by tpot06
i didnt want to ask who was the best, so i hope i get away with it.


It doesn't matter. This is still classed as "pointlessly comparing musicians", so I wouldn't expect it to last too long.

But anyway, I'm more partial to Gary Moore, myself
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#15
Quote by Danne55
It was a good concert!!
You've missed something.
But it lasted 5 hours quite long time.
man blev trött..


Yeah, I'm sure it was! Förstår de du