It Might Get Loud 2

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  1. mrmuzikhead

    mrmuzikhead Member

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    great thread and really tough to choose

    Jeff Beck
    Adrian Belew
    Keith Richards

    had to bail on the age choices and go for who I'd want to listen talk guitar. Love Jack White but he is an old soul.
     
  2. jellyroll

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    Sterling Morrison, Robert Quine, Thurston Moore. Only a much smaller percentage of people would want to see it, but I think it would be waaaaaay better than the first one!!
    Or Link Wray, Poison Ivy, and Jim Heath!! Haha! Or wait, Hasil Adkins, East Bay Wray, and Jon Spencer!
     
  3. Leonardo

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    Jeff Beck, Eric Johnson and Jonny Lang?
    Eric Clapton, Michael Landau and Andy Timmons?
    Albert Lee, Paul Gilbert and Derek Trucks?
    Billy Gibbons, Scott Henderson and John Mayer?

    Tons of interesting options. You just have to skip the bullshitters and go for guys who can get a good jam going.
     
  4. Washburnmemphis

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    I would challenge you on that. If you were to question 100 people at any airport, shopping mall, or IHOP more people would likely recognize Led Zep or U2 over any of JW's groups. I would also bet the majority of those who saw IMGL were not JW fans.
     
  5. Stratofuzz

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    Billy Gibbons, Mike Campbell, Derek Trucks or
    Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page
     
  6. guitarnut

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    a pretty cool superstar mix would be:
    david gilmour
    slash (to be the awkardly rock n roll one)
    john mayer
     
  7. g-fry195

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    KR
    EVH
    Derek Trucks
     
  8. Kaji13

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    I like that line-up/ :agree

    Here's one by era

    Richard Lloyd 70's
    Johnny Marr 80's
    Ezra Koeing (Vampire Weekend) Modern Era.
     
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    David Gilmour
    Billy Gibbons
    Derek Trucks
     
  10. todd richman

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    Maybe:

    Townsend
    Slash
    Paisley
     
  12. FFTT

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    David Gilmour
    Keith Richards
    Peter Thorn
     
  13. Roadeye

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    Someone should do something with Johnny Winter before he goes.

    That guy is a living LEGEND!
     
  14. blong

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    Eric Clapton
    Eric Johnson
    EVH

    I have never been a big Clapton fan (I have seen flashes of brilliance in some of his stuff, but I personally find most of his playing boring) but he was a huge influence on the other two. EVH is somewhat of a prick and is in self-destruct mode, but if he were sober and humbled, maybe it would be cool to see his passion for guitar come out. EJ, he's prolly one of my all-time favorites. Maybe Jeff Beck would be better than Clapton.

    I would also like to see:

    Steve Vai
    Yngwie Malmsteen
    Paul Gilbert

    I would love to see those three discuss guitar in this format. Discussing guitar and music and jamming a little jamming, but not too much. Not just a G3 format, but a documentary like "It Might Get Loud."

    I'm still wondering why Jack White was in it. I was impressed neither before nor after watching the movie. I found the other two riveting, but Jack White bored me beyond tears. He reminded me of Deepak Chopra, just too mystical and out there for me to stomach for too long.

    My dream 3 would be:

    Jimi Hendrix
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    T-Bone Walker

    Just my thoughts.

    Bob
     
  15. Joe324

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    Brian May
    Slash
    Matt Bellamy

    All have unique styles at playing guitar and different approaches to the actual music.
     
  16. pickaguitar

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  17. Jahn

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    You know, this is one of the reasons why I liked that Elvis Costello talk show, Spectacle. Because it was Elvis just bringing out musicians he liked, then jamming with them. Like a mini-it might get loud every week. Man, I miss that show.
     
  18. yellowecho

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    Brian May
    Johnny Marr
    Kevin Shields

    or

    EVH
    Robin Guthrie
    Thurston Moore

    I'd like to her from Neil Young, too. I could make a lot of these lists.
     
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  19. isfahani

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    Steve Tibbetts
    Robin Guthrie
    Robert Fripp (much more interesting conversation!)
    or
    Adrian Belew...

    Speaking of Steve Tibbetts, it's always a joy to see when someone posts his name on mostly guitar oriented forums. Monster player for the past 4 decades, still totally obscure...
     
  20. semi-hollowbody

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    Alyson Robertson
    Susannah Hoffs
    Orianthi
     

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