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OK so i've been working on the radio all this week and i've decided to put through a proposal for a show. This is where i need your help. I'm doing a show about guitarists i'm aiming for it to be about 1-2 hours in lenght and the plan is that every week i will have a featured guitarist. I need a variety of guitarists that i could feature on the show. Different genres etc. they Don't need to be living (obviously) If you suggest someone could you recomend some listening material please?? I'm looking for really inovative original people..
My list so far
Jimi Hendrix
Eric Clapton
Joe Satriani
Jim Kelly
Derek Trucks
Frank Zappa
Jimmy Page
santana
more that i can't think of

your help if greatly appreciated

also looking further than rock/ shred. some Jazz or classical or blues??
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#2
Buckethead? He's very experimental. Yngwie Malmsteen is also very innovative with neo-classical shred. Also, where's Steve Vai?
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Buckethead? He's very experimental. Yngwie Malmsteen is also very innovative with neo-classical shred. Also, where's Steve Vai?

ok
recomended listening
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#5
john frusciante!

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#7
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ok
recomended listening


Buckethead - Machete/Welcome to Buckethead Land

Yngwie Malmsteen - Far Beyond the Sun/Blue

Steve Vai - For The Love of God/Tender Surrender
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Buckethead? He's very experimental. Yngwie Malmsteen is also very innovative with neo-classical shred. Also, where's Steve Vai?



BUCKETHEAD YEA! As well put some more generic stoners in there for good fun, Garcia, Trey Anastasio, etc.
#10
what about stevie ray vaughan too?
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#13
What about featuring some of your local guitarists / bands?

What is this for? Where will it be airing? Public access?
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#14
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Buckethead? He's very experimental. Yngwie Malmsteen is also very innovative with neo-classical shred. Also, where's Steve Vai?


+1

Slash and Joe Satriani are also good choices for your list.
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Jason Becker.


For sure.

Altitudes by Jason Becker, for sure.
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Buckethead? He's very experimental. Yngwie Malmsteen is also very innovative with neo-classical shred. Also, where's Steve Vai?


Listen to him.
#17
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john frusciante!

seconded


Jack White is pretty creative. He's not amazing like some others, but he is fairly good.

Dont flame, but Kurt Cobain. He was quite inspiring. mainly with lyrics, but ehh, you cant go wrong with a couple power chords.
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#19
jason becker all the way and maybe:

Dimebag Darrel
Marty Friedman
Eric Johnson
Paul Gilbert
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#20
TONY IOMMI- Black Sabbath
Alvin Lee- Ten Years After
Alex Lifeson- Rush
Maybe some Exodus and Metallica
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#21
Tony Iommi. He helped create heavy metal. Also Robert Johnson, Son House, and Charlie Patton. Where would blues be without them? For more modern i would say Jack White maybe and possibly Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance from Avenged Sevenfold.
#22
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What about featuring some of your local guitarists / bands?

What is this for? Where will it be airing? Public access?


yeah i was going to get some local talent on as interviews and stuff.. This is for my local community station
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#23
Kurt Cobain is already hyped over. But I agree with having Jack White. And featuring Marty Friedman wouldn't be a bad idea.
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Tony Iommi. He helped create heavy metal. Also Robert Johnson, Son House, and Charlie Patton. Where would blues be without them? For more modern i would say Jack White maybe and possibly Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance from Avenged Sevenfold.

recomended listening
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Kirk hammet?

go ahead and flame but no matter what you say metallica helped move a genre forward.
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jason becker all the way and maybe:

Dimebag Darrel
Marty Friedman
Eric Johnson
Paul Gilbert


Another great list. Still, you need to recommend some songs for the thread starter.

Dimebag - 10's/Cemetery gates
Marty Friedman - Holy Wars/Hangar 18
Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover/Desert Rose
Paul Gilbert - Technical Difficulties/Get Out of My Yard
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#31
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Just keep putting in the generic, obvious choices that everybody else on the planet would put in and get it up and running.


gee thanks.. lol i was kind of looking at giving some inovative but underrated guitarists some exposure as well as letting them hear the masters
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Another great list. Still, you need to recommend some songs for the thread starter.

Dimebag - 10's/Cemetery gates
Marty Friedman - Holy Wars/Hangar 18
Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover/Desert Rose
Paul Gilbert - Technical Difficulties/Get Out of My Yard


ooh nice ones!!
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#33
iron f*cking maiden-the trooper
megadeth-hangar 18 or symphony of derstruction or anything by them lol
(some mcr) nah jk
and to the guy that said no page clapton or hendrix, they deserve they credit they get so shut yo mouf
#34
Buckethead? Hell no. Pat Metheny? Hell yes.

You would never be able to feature Buckethead on your show a) because he isn't well known enough, and b) there isn't a wealth of information about him.

PM recommended listening:

Bright Size Life
Are You Going With Me?
The Roots of Coincidence
Beat 70
Third Wind
Last Train Home
Have You Heard
Anything from The Way Up
Tiger style.
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#35
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Kirk hammet?

go ahead and flame but no matter what you say metallica helped move a genre forward.

if you can recomed the best of his works?? he was indeed an impostant figure in the metalish genre
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#37
ha, you could do Jason White, or whatever his name is. The guy that actually plays guitar in Green Day. He's pretty unrecognized.
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#40
Some others obvious ones that should have been mentioned:
Dave Gilmour
Duane Allman
George Harrison
Steve Winwood
Cat Stevens
CSN or Y
Ritchie Blackmore
EJ
John Mayall
BB King
Robin Trower
Pete Townshend

SOme jazz guys. much better than shred stuff imho
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