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#1
simply enough whats is your favorite guitarist tone wise
so which guitarists has had the coolest or most revolutionary tone to you
i have to say mine is david gilmour
his sound is godly
I am awesome

I agree with myself

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#5
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Alex Lifeson's current live tone.


it is ridiculous i saw them over the summer
i ****ing love rush
and they are coming back around to washington again
and i already have tickets to see them again :]
I am awesome

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#6
satch

and in full honesty, and this will get flamed to hell, but american idiot was a great use of studio tones
dont take any guff from these bastards man

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#7
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it is ridiculous i saw them over the summer
i ****ing love rush
and they are coming back around to washington again
and i already have tickets to see them again :]
I'm probably seeing them again in July.

I'll have been to the first and last date of the tour!
#10
SRV wins everytime.
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#11
Jimmy Page, but I am suppose to see Rush this Saturday in New Orleans, but the Hornets basketball team may have to use the arena for the game so it could be postpone.... I hate the NBA so I dont care if they are my home team... I want to get a Rush saturday night
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#14
Dude, John Frusciante ftw! No two ways about it.
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#18
Petrucci, Mark Knopfler
Jackson KV 2, Jackson COW 7 (both in B), Jackson Demmelition V
Bogner Überschall (blue rev)
Marshall 1960B Vintage (2x V30 & 2x G12T75)
TC Electronic G Major
BBE Sonic Maximizer 422A
Weber Mass 150w
ISP ProRackG
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#20
marty friedman
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#21
Townshend's early 70s tone. If you look for live recordings, especially high quality bootlegs, and Who's Next, you'll see what I'm talking about. He went through his experimental phase, and came out with his preferred electric guitar tone for performing. So warm, crisp, and defined, but with a power and attack that really pushed the limits, bringing out his raw emotion. Townshend was always someone I could feel from his guitar playing, always.
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#25
Hetfield's tone in Orion and i rlly like Santana's tone,especially the clean one.

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#26
Andy Timmons, Satch,Vai,David Gilmour and Richie Sambora..gotta love old school rock..
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#27
Its between SRV, John Frusciante and Carlos Santana.
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#28
Morello's and Slash's tones are proberly one of the best, or Dave Mustain's :P
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#30
Alexi Laiho of Children of Bodom
Dan Jacobs of Atreyu (the tone on their two most recent albums, to be specific, not the SNABK tone, which was horrid)
Rob Arnold of Chimaira
Daron Malakian of System Of A Down (his tone wasn't necessarily good, but it was unique)
Jack White of the White Stripes

I don't know...too many favorite tones to choose from.
#33
George Harrison or Gilmour.
my rig:
fender telecaster
mxr phase 90
fender frontman 25r
#34
I dunno if its just me... but Iron Maiden has AWESOME tone.

So for me it would be Dave Murray... I've seen them live 3 times and his solos were uber sexy.

Adrian Smith is also amazing.

Janick... is a wicked player but a bit lacking in the tone apartment i'd say.
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MXR 10 band eq

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-Delay Pedal, 2 Veteran 30 Speakers, Duncan Blackouts set, Reverb Pedal
#35
Guthrie Govan on the album version of Waves, all the tones in that song are amazing.

David Gilmour, tone god.

Paul Gilbert; his Laney tone was just incredible so I bought his amp lol.

Andy Timmons, I have never heard such a warm and round tone that's still not muddy and can keep up with his kind of shred.

Eric Johnson.

In terms of br00tal I think Behemoth on The Apostasy takes it.
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#37
Knopfler for cleans, Hendrix for.. whatever he did, Page for OD/fuzzy.
oh, I kinda like Mike Einziger's new (jazzmaster->vox/marshall) tone a lot.

Eric Johnson's tone is too.. pretty, for me
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