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Ozzy obviously comes to mind, with Iommi, Rhoads, and Wylde. Who else?
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Axl Rose with Ron Thal and Buckethead.

Ever heard of Slash?
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Michael Jackson has recorded with Eddie Van Halen, Slash, Steve Lukather, and probably a few others I'm forgetting.
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Whoever the singer in Motley Crue is, idk his name. i really like Mick Mars. Axl is another one, with Bumblefoot and Buckethead, and obviously Slash. The singer in Atreyu, Alex something, has tow great guitar players in Travis Miguel and Dan Jacobs IMO. Serj Tankian is another, Daron is an amazing riffer. But he doesnt solo too much, which isnt good.
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Probably either Ozzy or Axl Rose, yeah.

Chris Cornell comes to mind... maybe James Hetfield? Eh.
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I have, I just don't care for him enough to put him in that list.

Eric Martin is another, with Paul Gilbert and Ritchie Kotzen.
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Axl Rose. Slash, Izzy, Buckethead, Richard Fortus, Bumblefoot...
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What about David Lee Roth With Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai
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Anthony Kiedis has performed with Hillel slovak, John Frusciante, and Dave Navarro. That's pretty good.
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I'm not sure if you guys would all agree with me on this, but Dave Mustaine has had some good players with Megadeth.


Chris Poland, Marty Friedman, and Glenn Drover

thats pretty good
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Anthony Kiedis has performed with Hillel slovak, John Frusciante, and Dave Navarro. That's pretty good.


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This will sound weird cause he isn't exactly a great singer, but billy corgan! lol
other thank that i'd go with middle carrer of james hetfield or chris cornell sound garden days.
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Whoever the singer in Motley Crue is, idk his name. i really like Mick Mars. Axl is another one, with Bumblefoot and Buckethead, and obviously Slash. The singer in Atreyu, Alex something, has tow great guitar players in Travis Miguel and Dan Jacobs IMO. Serj Tankian is another, Daron is an amazing riffer. But he doesnt solo too much, which isnt good.


But when Daron does solo its absolutely amazing haha, lonely day solo blew me away when i first heard it...

And most of the ones i thought have been said, but then one came to mind...

although Les Claypool is a great vocalist and amazing bassist, i'd say him singing/playing with buckethead, thats pretty awesomely sweet cause every song i hear of Buckethead and Claypool i absolutely love ^_^
#18
Ooh, how about Bob Dylan?

He's played with Roger McGuinn, Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, George Harrison, Robbie Robertson, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, and Mark Knopfler.

EDIT: And Neil Young.

EDIT2: And G.E. Smith
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#19
Ronnie James Dio with Ritchie Blackmore
Freddy Mercury with Brian May
Geddy Lee with Alex Lifeson (yeah, I got a thing for Rush )

Ozzy and Randy of course.
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What time period was that? I'm not the most knowledgeable Megadeth fan.
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Ronnie James Dio with Ritchie Blackmore
Freddy Mercury with Brian May
Geddy Lee with Alex Lifeson (yeah, I got a thing for Rush )

Ozzy and Randy of course.

Dude Rush is an amazing blend of musicians. Nothing in that band really overpowers. They have a kick ass drummer, bassist/singer, and guitar. That has got to be one of the most balanced bands out there. Usually a band will have one or 2 great things and everything else sucks. Not so in Rush's case.
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What time period was that? I'm not the most knowledgeable Megadeth fan.

Right after Marty left, and right before Megadeth broke up.
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#28
Okay, please read the thread topic. The thread is called "What singer has performed with the best guitarists," not "What is the best singer/guitarist duo".
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how about David Bowie and Earle Slick?
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definately david bowie, and david lee roth (van halen, vai, becker...)
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#31
Ian Gillan with Ritchie Blackmore
Bruce Dickinson with Adrian Smith
James LaBrie with John Petrucci
Matt Bellamy with Matt Bellamy... rofl
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definately david bowie, and david lee roth (van halen, vai, becker...)

Peter Frampton has also played with Bowie.
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Layne Staley played with Jerry Cantrell AND Mike McCready.
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#36
Well Ozzy Osbourne performed with Rhoads, Graham Bonnet performed with Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Vai in Alkatrazz, Phil Lynot performed with Gary Moore in Thin Lizzy, Dio with Ritchie Blackmore in Rainbow, Dave Mustaine with Marty Friendman in Megadeth...

EDIT: I can't believe I forgot James LaBrie with John Petrucci in Dream Theater.
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#37
clapton has played with bb king, buddy guy, srv, and many many others
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I have, I just don't care for him enough to put him in that list.

Eric Martin is another, with Paul Gilbert and Ritchie Kotzen.


You may not care for him but he did write the songs those other guys are playing now.
#39
David Lee Roth! Vai, Becker, EVH. All that matters.
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David Lee roth. Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Billy sheehan?
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