#3
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Bands/artist you like to listen and play


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#4
Led Zeppelin IV, KISS ALIVE, Derek and the Domino's Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, Blind Faith, Frampton Comes Alive, Black Label Society-Mafia
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#5
blizzard of oz-ozzy osbourne
appetite for destruction-guns n roses
led zeppelin IV-lz
exile on main street- rolling stones
master of puppets - metallica
van halen
paranoid-black sabbath
disraeli gears-cream
rust in peace-megadeth
blooddrunk-children of bodom
rocks/toys in the attic-aerosmith
surfing with the alien-joe satriani
machine head-deep purple

i tried to give u a mix of classic albums and new stuff too.
#7
Thanks guys.

Is there a lot of good guitar work in The Wall? I have Comfortably Numb, Brick in the Wall pt. 2, and Hey You already, and I really like them all. Are the other songs as good as those?
#8
Buy blues records.

Every great rock band ever just ripped off their riffs from old blues music.
#10
Any Nirvana, they took power chords to a whole new level. Anyone can play their music.
#12
Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd....

...is an album that EVERYONE should own. Not just guitarists.
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#13
Quote by Gilmour_Wylde
Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd....

...is an album that EVERYONE should own. Not just guitarists.


indeed! also:

Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
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#14
Quote by Jordan987
Thanks guys.

Is there a lot of good guitar work in The Wall? I have Comfortably Numb, Brick in the Wall pt. 2, and Hey You already, and I really like them all. Are the other songs as good as those?


The whole album is immense.
#15
Quote by _deeperthewound
The whole album is immense.

true. i like 'is there anybody out there?, vera, young lust, don't leave me now', lotsa good songs really. download if if youre into that kindof thing (downloading)
#16
Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Ozz
Doowop dooby doo doowop doowah doolang
Blue days black nights doowah doolang!
#17
Grace - Jeff Buckley.

He does a lot of innovative stuff in terms of chord work. The alternate tunings and picking work he uses are great too.
#18
Get some Rush...2112 or Hemispheres
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#19
It depends on what kind of guitar playing you're looking for. Here's a few from various genres.
Classic Rock: Any Zep, Who, Floyd, Cream, or Stones album
Funk: Maggot Brain or any other Funkadelic, Look A Py-Py (The Meters)
Prog Rock: In The Court of The Crimson King and Larks' Tongues in Aspic (King Crimson), Close to The Edge (Yes)
Punk: Marquee Moon (Television), any Clash up to London Calling, The Ramones, Gang of Four (extremely underrated band)
Jazz/Fusion: Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery, In A Silent Way, A Tribute to Jack Johnson
#20
Quote by bradulator
Get some Rush...2112 or Hemispheres

^What he said.

Or you could try;
Absolution- Muse
Frances the Mute- The Mars Volta
Led Zeppelin II- Led Zeppelin
Liquid Tension Experiment- Liquid Tension Experiment
GAIBS4,V1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness- Coheed & Cambria
#21
absolution - muse
dark side - floyd
physical graffiti - zep
lateralus - tool
the royal scam - steely dan
van halen - van halen
blow by blow - jeff beck

this list covers a lot of genres and i think represents them very well. of course there are only about 10 million great albums that serious guitarists should own, but these are some of my all time favorite
#22
Probably should get a Smiths album, Johnny Marr's riffs are quality.
Also The Stone Roses, Squire's quality as well.
Depends what music genre youre into though really
#24
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Bands/artist you like to listen and play


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#25
Back in Black & Highway to Hell - AC/DC
Black Album - Metallica
Axis: Bold as Love - Jimi Hendrix Experience
Nevermind - Nirvana
Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin
Contraband - Velvet Revolver
Number of the Beast & Piece of Mind - Iron Maiden
Gabba gabba hey
#26
I hear some reggae records are good because the 'kids' like them.

Otherwise Debussy or some ****.