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Me in order

John Froosh
Slash and Joe Perry
Zakk Wylde
Jimi Hendrix
Carlos Santana
Kurt Cobain
Angus Young

just to show you how spread out my tastes are
Jimi Hendrix
the three Kings of blues
Johnny Winter
Eric Clapton
Eric Johnson
Robert Johnson
Jimmy Page
David Gilmour
George Harrison
Pete Townsend

thats in no order
Kurt Cobain
Kirk Hammet
Dave Grohl
Van Halen
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Van Halen
Tom Morrello
Black then white are all I see,
in my infancy, red and yellow then came to be.
George Harrison
Eric Clapton
Alex Lifeson
If you like Blues/Rock then add me as a friend. I need to talk to some Blues/Rock Musicians and need reccomendations.
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Me in order

John Froosh
Slash and Joe Perry
Zakk Wylde
Jimi Hendrix
Carlos Santana
Kurt Cobain
Angus Young

just to show you how spread out my tastes are

Send me off to bed forevermore.
Dave Mustaine
Jeff Hanneman
Kerry King
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
Eric Johnson
Randy Rhoads
Jimi Hendrix
Andy Mckee
1.John Frusciante-Red Hot Chili Peppers
2.Randy Rhoads- Ozzy
3.Thomas Erak- The Fall of Troy
4.Paul Waggoner- Between The Buried and Me
probably... in no particular order:
Tom Morello
Dave Grohl
Dan Donegan
Tom Delonge (despite his excessive douchebaggery)
Hetfield and Hammett

surely others, but not off the top of my head.
dst127 wrote:
Soundwash22 wrote:
Fred Durst is the Tom Green of music

No, some people actually like Tom Green.

dancesisidance wrote:
Shiroshu wrote:
I can't see Jimi approving of this.

Me neither, due to him not being alive and all.
Without order

Eric Johnson
Doug Aldrich
Reb Beach
George Lynch
Joe Bonamassa
Angus Young
Paul Gilbert
John Petrucci
Jesper Stromblad and Bjorn Gelotte
Jeff Beck
Dave Murray, Adrian Smith and Janick Gers
RR, Jake E Lee and ZW
John Mayer
Pat Metheny
Steve Vai
Adam Jones
Adrian Vandenberg
John Sykes
My gear:
-Ibanez JS 6000 Custom w/ 11-48 gauge
-Ibanez FGM 400BB w/ 10-46 gauge
-Peavey 6505 2x12 Combo
-MXR Phase 90
-Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
-Morley Wah/Volume Pro Series II
-Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
-Gator G-Bus 8
-Xotic BB Preamp
George Lynch
Dann Huff
Alex Skolnick
Jerry Cantrell
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Dave Gilmour
Matt Bellamy
Jimmy Page
Jimi Hendrix
Eric Johnson (even though I can play nothing like him)
Jack White

Edit: I always manage to forget a few.

John Frusciante
Andrew Stockdale
John Mayer
Alex Lifeson
Mitch Hedberg Group

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why didnt you just play like crap?
if you need help with that, ask Vincent745

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Awe, so cute...

How old are you?

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Old enough to yell rape.
Last edited by SSL27 at May 13, 2008,
Jerry Garcia - The Grateful Dead
Frank Zappa
Trey Anastasio - Phish
Al Schnier & Chuck Garvey- moe.
Robbie Baker - Tragically Hip

All of these guys have had a huge effect on my playing, especially how each of them have their complete own style that sounds like no other.
John 5

david gilmour

alexi laiho

pete townshend

kim thayil

dave murray/adrian smith

rhandy rhoads

dimebag darrell

alex lifeson

dave mustaine

george harrison
jimi hendrix
john frusciante
omar rodriguez-lopez
I don't need a signature, I'm too special.
Paul Gilbert
John Petrucci
My friend Nemisis260
Jimi Hendrix
Michael Amott
Toni Iommi
Steve Vai
Herman Li
Joe Satriani
Tom Morello
and maybe a few others
Schecter C-1 Artist
Line 6 Spider ll 75
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
EHX Metal Muff
EHX Nano Small Stone
Alvarez FF60WR

Labyrinth Within
It's been done so much.

My top three is Angus Young, Slash and Joe Perry.
Kirk Hammett and Eddie Van Halen come after that.
UG's AC/DC Lover
For me...

Josh Hommes (sp?)
Isaac Brock
Johnny Marr
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No. I snapped my high E once and sliced my finger open, so I can only assume snapping the low E would put me into a coma or something.

That good people is the Lulz!
In all honesty, the first guitar solo that really caught my attention was the solo by Lee Gaze in 4 am forever by the lostprophets.

Since then Hammett and Gilmour have really influenced me to actually pick up a guitar and start playing.
In this order:

1. Jimi Hendrix
2. John Frusciante
3. Kirk Hammett
4. Eric Clapton
5. SRV
6. Slash
7. Jimmy Page
8. James Hetfield
Devin Townsend
Jade Puget
James Hettfield
Gary Moore
The folks of Explosions in the Sky
Pitchblack - Fulltone Octafuzz - Hardwire OD - Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina - MXR Micro Chorus - Diamond Memory Lane Jr - EHX SMMH - Neunaber Wet
Zakk Wylde
Joe Perry
Randy Rhoads
My Gear
-Gibson Les Paul Studio
-Ibanez "lawsuit" Les Paul
-Ibanez S470
-PRS SE Custom

Marshall TSL100
Marshall 1960a cab

Dunlop 535q wah
Visual Sound Liquid Chorus

1. james hetfield
2. kirk hammet
3. jake e lee
4. jeff loomis
5. derren miller
Live Rig
Michael Kelly Custom Shop Plum Telecaster
Michael Kelly Custom Shop Plum Patriot

EVH 5153 50w
Jet City 2x12
Custom Board

It is NOT trash metal it is tHrash metal...get it right
Joe Perry - the man inspired me to pick up guitar.

Brian May and Tom Scholz - I generally take a melodic approach to soloing, and I think my love of May and Scholz is the cause.

Jimmy Page, Nancy Wilson and Alex Lifeson - this is where I get the wierd, progressive elements from, as well as my love of acoustic guitar.

Izzy Stradlin - counteracts the aforementioned wierd shit. Just keepin' it real.
Last edited by Flying Couch at May 13, 2008,
First three are in order, the rest are all about equal and just huge influences.

1. George Lynch
2. Reb Beach
3. Doug Aldrich
Jake E. Lee
Clint Lowery
Thomas Youngblood
Gus G.
John Sykes
John Petrucci
Glenn Tipton / K. K. Dowing

and gotta toss Chris DeGarmo in there as well.
John 5
Steve Vai

that's all I need
Rag Mop Do Do Duh DoDo Dedo Do!!!!!


The guitarists that actually influence my playing style are:

Paul Gilbert
Steve Vai
Jimi Hendrix
Stevie Ray Vaughan
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