#1
ZW must be one of the most disciplined guitarists out there.

Look at his muscles. He must have been working out a lot.

And he plays the piano. And he rides a chopper.

Needless to say, his guitar techniques.

What do you think about ZW?
#2
He doesnt compare to randy rhoads nor will he ever
No matter how big his muscles
#3
So...many....pinches...
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#4
not to bash on him or anything but i think hes a little too full of himself, he just kinda seems to act like that....
#5
I'm a Zakk Wylde fan. He's got his own sound which is pretty unmistakable and he is a very dedicated musician. Whatever he puts out, I'll listen to.
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#7
I think Zakk is great. And... yes he has some.. big muscle as you put it, in fact he does work out with his son Jimi, it's on one of the BLS DVDs. What does that have to do with his guitar playing though?
#8
Quote by SlayerofReality
I think Zakk is great. And... yes he has some.. big muscle as you put it, in fact he does work out with his son Jimi, it's on one of the BLS DVDs. What does that have to do with his guitar playing though?

nothing.

just wondering how he's got time for everything.
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#9
Quote by slayer1516
Wylde>Rhoads


GTFO NOW!!

Wylde looked UP to Rhoads. He HIMSELF admits hes not as good.

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#10
Quote by valennic
GTFO NOW!!

Wylde looked UP to Rhoads. He HIMSELF admits hes not as good.


Rhoads was certanly far more influential, but musical influence=\=musical quality. Rhoads is an amazing guitar player, but I much prefer Zakks, bluesy, Zeppelinish style