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I m starting to like Peter Green alot. But if i was Building the Mount Rushmore of Guitar Heroes. Page, Hendrix, B.B. King and the last spot is a toss up for me because i just don't really care about anybody else to put their faces up their. This is the rolling stone 100 greatest Guitarist. and i do disagree with most of it except that Van Halen is number 70.

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/593...sts_of_all_time

Jack White should not be on that list.

I just found out who the fuck is Ry Cooder.

that rolling stone list is wacked!!

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I m starting to like Peter Green alot. But if i was Building the Mount Rushmore of Guitar Heroes. Page, Hendrix, B.B. King and the last spot is a toss up for me because i just don't really care about anybody else to put their faces up their. This is the rolling stone 100 greatest Guitarist. and i do disagree with most of it except that Van Halen is number 70.

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/593...sts_of_all_time

Jack White should not be on that list.

I just found out who the fuck is Ry Cooder.

I disagree with that list a lot. Angus Young after Mick Ronson?

And is it an ironic joke that Brian May is number 39, because HIS song was '39 :hysterical:

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1.Jimmy Page

2.Jimi Hendrix

3.B.B. King

4.Rory Gallagher

5.Stevie Ray Vaughan

6.David Gilmour

7.Tony Iommi

8.Ritchie Blackmore

9.Tom Morrello

10.Dimebag Darrell

11.Jeff Beck

12.Kirk Hammett

13.Dave Mustaine

14.Gary Moore

15.Scott Gorham (You'd understand if you saw him live)

16.Slash

17.Angus Young

18.Eddie Van Halen

19.Randy Rhodes

20.Marty Friedman

21.Zakk Wylde

22.Vivian Campbell

23.John Sykes (If you've seen him live)

24.Joe Perry

25.Eric Clapton

I could go rambling on,but i won't.

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Son House-for the way he played one of the first cone resonator guitars,Robert Johnson -Crossroads B) ,T-Bone Walker-Stormy monday,Howlin' Wolf,Tommy Tucker-Hi heel sneakers,Elmore James-one of the first kings of electric slide,Muddy Waters,Big Bill Broonzy,Jimmy Reed,B.B King,Bo Diddley,Buddy Guy,Albert King,Albert Collins,Chuck Berry,Peter Frampton,Jeff Beck,Johnny Copeland,Billy Gibbons-ZZ-Top :D ,Keith Richards,Pete Townsend,Eric Clapton,Andy Fairweatherlow-can be heard backing E.C,Jimmy Page,Steve Vai,Eddie van Halen,Joe Satriani,John Lee Hooker,Jimi Hendrix,Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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15.Scott Gorham (You'd understand if you saw him live)

23.John Sykes (If you've seen him live)

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

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i'am just curious i use to here that peter frampton never got the reconigtion he deserved,

Oops, thanks for reminding me. He doesn't get the recognition he deserves, otherwise I wouldn't have forgotten to put him on my list! :unsure: Frampton is very talented and I actually like his music a lot.

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