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I think the people who created this list are too dumb to live. You featured the WRONG Randy Rhoads guitar. It should be the polka dot Jackson. Do some research you hacks!
06/08/2010 at 04:32 PM
Of what I see in your photo display:
My era and genre are not represented. That would be Tony Iommi's guitar from Vol. 4 (pick any song but I'd go wheels of Confusion/The Straightener).
Next era: Eddie Van Halen's Strat. Without question 'Eruption/Running with the Devil' changed everything.
Finally, I look at Slash's Les Paul and you MUSt look at 'Sweet Child o' Mine' as the finest opening ever. Yeah, I've heard all about Lou Reed, and maybe you can argue what you will for that era. But Slash's work on that song trumps them all.
06/09/2010 at 03:15 AM
Hey guys, Guitar # 25 is a Mossrite not a Gibson Melody Maker
06/09/2010 at 06:15 AM
Yikes! AD chilllllll out. Randy Rhoads did actually play a black Jackson. Maybe not in the "Crazy Train" music video.... but he did own and play that guitar. It is currently on display at the Hard Rock Cafe. But his signature guitar was a polka doted Jackson.
Check out this picture: http://api.ning.com/files/JvZEii2e1TLPdg77zikSi6DnC8Bs3aNYTvJjbCoFedU57DcsmWT0cYLNelp7ZzDjRkpruyjhZxCTwrKmPHoqgRAnVKHcz88p/RandyRhoads3.jpg
Look at what he is playing! I like that you are participating AD... but if you would just google image search and research you'll see that we are not as dumb as you think we are.
Keep on participating!
C. G. |
06/09/2010 at 11:03 AM
My favorites are missing: Dave Mason, Earl Klugh, James Taylor
Mary Kelly |
06/09/2010 at 03:44 PM
No Johnny Winter or Joe Bonamassa or John Mayer??? That's not to say you didn't have some good ones in your survey. But, if you have Segovia shouldn't you also Sabicas? George Benson's not included, but you have Wes Montgomery?
06/16/2010 at 10:31 PM
Link Wray should be included in a top 50 guitar survey.
TIm Kennedy |
06/17/2010 at 05:48 PM
I don’t believe! Look here!
11/01/2010 at 06:34 AM
Regarding #6, Ricky Wilson was no longer playing with the B-52's in 1994, because he died in 1985! Former drummer Keith Strickland moved to guitar after Ricky's passing.
Sam Anderson |
02/21/2011 at 07:14 PM
WHERE'S BILLY JOE'S 'BLUE'???
Billy Joe |
11/03/2011 at 12:25 PM
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