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No particular order for me here: (Top 10)

Jimmy Page

Joe Satriani

Eric Clapton

Jimi Hendrix

Stevie Ray Vaughan

Joe Perry

Brian May

Alex Lifeson

Steve Vai

Pete Townshend

Honorable Mentions: 11-15 (no order here either)

B.B. King

Ritchie Blackmore

George Harrison

Jeff Lynne

Muddy Waters

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Not in any particular order :

Garry Rossington

Allen Collins

Ed King

Steve Gaines

Jimmy Page

Eric Clapton

Jeff Beck

Jimmy Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan

Dave Lizmi

Stephen Harris aka Haggis

Joe Perry

Keith Richards

Ricky Medlock

Randy Bachman

Paul Kossoff

Lenny Breau

Too many to list but these are the ones I listen to the most day to day.

RjK

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My top guitarist's what?

Flame away, but I bloody detest that rogue apostrophe.

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You saw them live! I'm guessing you saw Thin Lizzy then. I haven't seen them but Gorham was on my list anyway (as well Robertson). I am quite the Lizzy fan enjoyingmusic.gif

Oh,yeah,i saw them live,what a show!It was the INEC in Kilarney,Co. Kerry,here in Ireland.The final encore was Black Rose,the only weird thing was they didn't play Whiskey In The Jar,they played everything else though,Tommy Aldridge even rescued the drum solo from the realms of the cliché,at his age he probably shouldn't have been playing the drums with his face,Gorham,Robertson,Sykes,Moore,Bell,White and any guitarist connected to Thin Lizzy Rock!The best thing that ever came out of my country,fuck U2.

*Disclaimer:I still prefer Zeppelin.*

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Jimmy Page

Jimi Hendrix

Ritchie Blackmore

Eric Clapton

Eddie Van Halen

Stevie Ray Vaughn

Angus Young

Dimebag Darrell

Steve Vai

and many more B)

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in no order

Buckethead

Eric Clapton

Joe Perry

Jimmy Page

Jimi Hendrix

Brian May

Kirk Hammet

George Harrison

Steve Vai

Ritchie Blackmore

Eddie Van Halen

Vernon Reid

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Hmm, In no particular order...:

Jimmy Page

Dave Mustaine

Nick Drake

Slash

Jimi Hendrix

Joe Perry

John Lennon (he may not have technically been a great guitarist, but he could make a guitar fuckin' howl and move)

Robbie Krieger

Jack White

Eddie Van Halen

Andrew Stockdale

John Paul Jones

Edited by Butterfly Bleu

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1- Jimmy Page

2- Jimmy Page

3- Jimmy Page

4- me :D

5- Jimmy Hendrix

6- Frank Zappa

7- Blackmore

8- Eddie Van Halen

9- Slash

10- and many more

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1. Stevie Ray Vaughan

2. Eric Clapton

3. Jimmy Page

4. Jimi Hendrix

5. Billy F. Gibbons of ZZ Top

6. Derek Trucks

7. Joe Bonamassa

8. Buddy Guy

9. Albert Collins

10. Johnny Winter

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Jimi Hendrix

Bert Jansch

John Renbourn

Jimmy Page

Eric Clapton

Carlos Santana

Roy Buchanan

Rory Gallagher

B.B.King

In my opinion, Paul Mahon(the Answer) and Andrew Stockdale(Wolfmother) are pretty good, too

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Jimmy Page

George Harrison

Keith Richards

Robby Krieger

Syd Barrett

Lou Reed

Jimi Hendrix

Nick Drake

Jerry Garcia

Elliot Easton

Eric Clapton

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Egh, Jimmy Page is a great musician but Jimi Hendrix was a better musician then he was. Eddie Van Halen is definitely top 5 guitarists

Musicians=music

guitarists=guitar

Need to know when to intertwine and seperate those

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1. Jimmy Hendrix, This guy changed music forever !! See the sound & the look on Monterey pop.

2. Jimmy Page, See almost anything he played on !!

3. Rory Gallagher, See any ''live'' cd or dvd. He could play any style of music at will !! Sorry Eric.

4.Eddie Van Halen, See first 6 Van Halen cd's

5.Tommy Bolin, See ''Live at Ebbet's Field 1974 (FEARLESS) before he screwed up his arm.

Beck & Satriani are up there to.

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1. Jimmy Hendrix

2. Jimmy Page

3. Stevie Ray Vaughn

4. Randy Rhodes

5. Eddy Van Halen

6. B.B. King

7. Tony Iommi

8. Michael Angelo Batio

9. Kirk Hammet

10. David Gilmore

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1. jimi hendrix

2. jimmy paige

3. eric clapton

4. randy rhoads

5. dimebag darrell

6. tom morello

7. b.b. king

Edited by gmen922

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Page

Hendrix

Gibbons

Clapton

SVR

Duane Allman.....(all time greatest slide player)

Zappa

Santana

Damn....there is a guy from the 60's that could make a tele talk... a Roy something...(not Orbison)

You thinking of Roy Buchanan? Heard a bit of him years ago and really liked his playing but had a hard time finding any of his stuff. Beck was a fan if I remember right. Dedicated "'Cause We Ended Like Lovers" to him on his 'Blow By Blow' album.

George Harrison is a great addition to these lists. A truly underrated guitarist.

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Among my favourites are:

Jimmy Page

Jimi Hendrix

Eric Clapton

James Dean Bradfield

John Squire

Noel Gallagher

Jonny Greenwood

Paul Kossoff

Johnny Marr

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1. JIMMY PAGE

2.ERIC CLAPTON

3.EDDIE VAN HALEN

4.ALVIN LEE

5.TOMMY BOLIN

6.ROBIN TROWER

7.CAM PYLE

8.KEVIN BORICH

9.KENNY WAYNE SHEPPARD

10.JIMI HENDRIX

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