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Who would they be? I think I'd choose Paul Gilbert, Richie Kotzen, and John Petrucci. Or maybe Clapton, SRV, and BB King?
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#4
What the hell is that excuse for a thread title. So as not to spam, Eric Johnson, Satch, and Buckethead.
#5
janick gers, dave murray, and adrian smith.... yes i love iron maiden...
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#6
Alexi Laiho...
Paul Gilbert...
and Chris Adler for the hell of it LMAO. People would look at me and be like "yeah...smack a cymbal with that...let's see..."
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#7
Quote by RichieKotzen
Who would they be? I think I'd choose Paul Gilbert, Richie Kotzen, and John Petrucci. Or maybe Clapton, SRV, and BB King?


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#8
Paul Gilbert ,BucketHead and uh [/joke] Herman Li [/endjoke] (no seriously Jimmy page maybe)

guitIf you could get your (x)ar signed by 3 people?
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#10
Sorry Idk wtf happened. When I hit submit thread all these IE pages were flooding my box, and to the guy who said SRV is dead. NO ****
#12
Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison


It will be known as the 3 J's guitar
and people from the 60's will pay millions for it!

And I'll buy my Jazzmaster and a bitchen fuel-eating car with the output.
I don't even shred
#13
if it had to be live people it ould be hanah montana 3 times. if people will pay like 1k for tickets to the concert they would pay a lot for the guitar.
#14
James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammet, that would be ****ing awesome, then like a METALLICA doodle, on my explorer of course
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#15
vai slash n buckethead
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#16
Gilbert, Petrucci, and probably Dave Grohl (not an especially amazing guitarist, but the Foo are my favorite band)
#18
If just alive

Paul Gilbert

Guthrie Govan

Steve Vai and Joe Satriani play a game of rock paper scissors to see who gets to sign.
#19
well, id get my squier signed b/c i wouldnt want to put my jackson out of use

anyway, the 3 people would be-
Synyster Gates
Alexi Laiho
(if he was alive) Dimebag Darrell

and i got his autograph today at projekt revolution but id want dan jacobs
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#20
Hendrix, Dime, maybe........ some other famous guitarist who died. then i would sell it for 2000000 dollars. then i can buy myself a custom shop guitar from every major brand of guitars available for Americans. and i can buy a monster amp with custom shop stuff. and then a car with a bitchin stereo system, rims.. oh and a 70 inch plasma TV. then i'd have myself about a million leftover for college. wow. dead people can make some serious money. just because they died. WOW.
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#21
I would get Synyster Gates, Slash and Alexi Laiho to sign... then I would sell it.

I actually really dislike Synyster Gates (because of his band) and Alexi (because of his tone) but I'd certainly make a piece.
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#23
dylan, david gilmour, and I'd have Les Paul sign the pick guard.
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#26
Both Guitarists from Killswitch Engage, And Adam Jones from Tool.
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#28
Dimebag,Jimi Hendrix and SRV.Then I would sell it and live a good life.
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#31
Wow this is kinda difficult for me.......

Ken,HYDE, and Tetsu (all from L'arc~en~Ciel)
or
Yukihiro(L'arc),Circuit V. Panther(Sex Machineguns),and Pata(X Japan)
#33
Electric - Hendrix, SRV and John Mayer
Acoustic - Andy McKee, Antoine Dufour and Don Ross
#34
I wouldn't, all of my guitars are working instruments that I use all the time, now if I had an extra guitar sitting around I would have it signed by Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and Kurt Cobain who are my biggest early influences.
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#35
John Butler, Mike Mcready and either Kirk Hammet or Steve Vai
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#36
I would get a Gretsch, relic it heavily (that includes getting the serial number off), and get George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Then sell it.

You would get tons.
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#37
Slash, Zakk Wylde and Tom Cruise(or Will Smith) :p
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#38
Quote by Lil Macker
I would get a Gretsch, relic it heavily (that includes getting the serial number off), and get George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Then sell it.

You would get tons.


Why would you relic it heavily? If see a new one next to the old one their not even shaped the same.
#40
Ron Thal, Mattias "IA" Eklundh - and someone else. Van Halen, Paul Gilbert, Alexi Laiho, Roope Latvala. I can't decide.
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