#3
Jimmy Page

(not the best guitarist technically, but definetly a great & my favourite of course)
#5
Jimmy Page with Ritchie Blackmore as a close second.
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#10
Nobody.
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#11
Brian May
QUEEN+PAUL RODGERS 3/10/06
roger waters 9/8/06
the who 9/16/06
eric clapton 10/03/06
the who 12/2/06
Mika 6/13/07
Rush 6/27/07
Roger waters 7/10/07
Elton John 3/??/08
The Who 10/24/08
Iron Maiden 04/02/09
Iron Maiden 07/12/10
#12
David Gilmour
What are they tuning, a harp? - Kurt Cobain

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#14
I'm in between May, Gilmour and Page (who I've started liking more after listening to Zeppelin again). Page might just edge out the others, though.
"Notes are expensive. . .use them wisely"-B.B. King

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#15
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Tom Verlaine

A Television reference in the CR forum?! Nice, man.


My choice? Neil Young.
My all gold grills give her cold chills
Said she gotta coke feel cuz I'm sooo trill.
#16
Quote by RHCP94
A Television reference in the CR forum?! Nice, man.


My choice? Neil Young.


Hell yes
Originally posted by becbo
i've got a question.. who's lemmy?


Cvnt.
#18
Quote by RHCP94
A Television reference in the CR forum?! Nice, man.

Well, he did say 70's guitarist, and Tom Verlaine is a 70's guitarist, and a brilliant one, I might add (even though brilliant is a way too vague adjective to describe his awesomeness).