#1
I'm writing a research paper about how the guitarists of the 60's and 70's changed the way guitar was played.

I'm using Pete Townshend, Jimi Hendrix, and Eddie Van Halen as examples. I'd like at least one more to use and write about. Thanks for the suggestions.
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#6
well I guess I'll use Tony Iommi then. Thanks!

You guys can use this thread to debate who changed guitar more or whatever.
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#7
Jeff Beck doesn't play with a pick. Don't remember if he was 70's or 60's I think so though...

Jimi didn't start tapping but I believed he used it before it was popularized.
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#9
Jimi is lefthanded.
Did he also introduce tapping?
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#11
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Jimi is lefthanded.
Did he also introduce tapping?

No, at least I don't believe so. Eddie Van Halen started the whole tapping idea... at least popularized it.
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#12
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Tonny Iommi. He kinda pretty much started the downtuned and heavy riffs era.



He speaks the motherf***ing truth. Iommi pwns.
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#14
gilmour his whole integration of blues-ish licks into psycadellic tracks. 1 ex. = shine on you crazy diamond