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  1. #26
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    Bob Mould
    Bill Frisell
    Martin Barre
    not counting days 2016-17

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    no credit as yet...
    but he will have it.

    When logic goes out the window, go with it.

    -- yogachik

  3. #28
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    Is that Jeff Mangum?

  4. #29
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    how about Brian Setzer.
    Remember him?

    195 Lab Swallowtail
    186 Moment Donner Party
    182 Moment Reno Freebird
    180 Moment Tahoe

    I'm gonna live forever if the good die young

    Life is a suicide mission

  5. #30
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    Jake Cinninger is pretty damn amazing too.
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  6. #31
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    Michael Hedges (R.I.P)
    Dave Davies (Kinks)
    Marty Wilson Piper (The Church)

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    Billy Zoom. X went from the best live show I've ever seen to just boring after he left.

    I'll second the Johnny Marr vote.

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    I'll second the Bob Mould, Johnny Marr, Mick Jones and Billy Zoom votes, although it seems to me that Marr is acknowleged as one of the greats, at least in some circles.

    The last couple Wilco shows I've seen have been awesome - Nels Cline rules.

    Richard Thompson is probably the best guitar player I've ever seen, but he gets a lot of credit.

    Fairly obscure, but how 'bout Warner Hodges from Jason and the Scorchers? Hank Williams style country at Ramones velocity ...

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    Vini Reilly (Durutti Column)

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    Nigel Tufnel


  11. #36
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    Definitely Martin Barre
    Charlie Hitchcock
    Nils Lofgren

  12. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLOOD SWEAT STEEL View Post
    Nils Lofgren
    heh, Nils lives about a half-mile from me, I see him at the grocery store all the time.

    Which me makes me cool, right?

    The number one guy who gets no credit is the same guy I always mention in these threads: Danny Gatton.

    Unbelievable tone, speed, dexterity and versatility. The best rock/jazz/rockabilly guitarist ever, in my view.

    RIP Danny.

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    John 5..
    So by this time, she was ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    heh, Nils lives about a half-mile from me, I see him at the grocery store all the time.

    Which me makes me cool, right?
    Only if it gets you invited to drinks with Bruce and Patti....oh wait, it's Iceman...sorry, you still wouldn't be cool.
    Last edited by irul&ublo; 02-02-2008 at 10:42 PM.
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


  15. #40
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    Steve Cropper. Less is more.

    HI THERE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojorisin View Post
    Ry Cooder blows my mind. I've been listening to a bunch of his Buena Vista stuff recently... straight awesome.
    All the Cooder fans should watch Paris, Texas (1984). Ry's evocative slide absolutely slays the soundtrack.

    slopstyle crosscarver junior

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    More of Ry's Slide magic:


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    Omar Rodriguez-Lopez from the Mars Volta

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    He may be good technically, but their music is an offense to the senses. Might as well poke kittens with knitting needles, record their squeals, and play them backwards at... like.... 11. Wait, that gives me an idea....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster View Post
    He may be good technically, but their music is an offense to the senses. Might as well poke kittens with knitting needles, record their squeals, and play them backwards at... like.... 11.
    Well that is downright blasphemy! I have a warm spot in my heart for the mars volta.

    if they aren't your thing, I understand. But he was also the bass player turned guitarist for at the drive in too, which some people forget about.

  21. #46
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    Big Repeats for Steve Cropper & Richard Thompson. Add:
    Robert Quine
    Chris Whitley
    James Burton (not underrated, but not recognized enough for the absolute genius that he is)
    Ol' Neil
    ...I do like a BIT of Gorgonzola!

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    Dicky Betts
    Keith Richards
    Brian May
    Mark Knopfler (His latest album - Crimson Sky - was brilliant)
    Robery Cray
    Andy Summers

    on the jazz side of things

    Stanley Jordan - guy pioneered a whole new method of playing the fret board
    "If it had taken any effort I wouldn't have done it at all. I mean it. I wouldn't have done anything" - B. Kelso

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    second j. mascis

    john mayer.......
    dont hate
    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

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    Reminder to myself to show Rafe this thread.
    When logic goes out the window, go with it.

    -- yogachik

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    forgot about Jeff Beck as well, his old days with The Faces were great days!
    "If it had taken any effort I wouldn't have done it at all. I mean it. I wouldn't have done anything" - B. Kelso

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