Rusty Cooley?

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  1. 6Tones

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    All these guys are crazy chops,especially alot of guys in norway ,sweden and other parts of europe,metal shred is still big over there and the level of chops has become astronomical!
    most are here,with some cheesepuffs mixed in ...
    http://chopsfromhell.com/rippers.html
    What gets me is that 2-3 finger hammer taps they do in the right hand,geesh I have enough trouble with the left as it is lol
     
  4. Tag

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    For crazy chops, listen to the young Gypsy players.... no patterns: :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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    Wow Ed. Brett sounds so much better on the clips on this site than he does on centifugal funk.

    What's the best CD to pick up for him? Sounds like he's done some shedding on fusion/jazz stuff because on the aforementioned cd it was all pretty much blues-rock-metal stuff...
     
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    He has indeed..my fave two brett CDs...
    Uncle Moes's Space Ranch
    Big Sky
     
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    Big Sky ordered...As always Ed, I owe you...
     
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    One of my favorites who seems to slip under the shredder radar:

    Jeff Kollman.

    Check him out at www.guitar9.com and www.jeffkollman.com

    Plenty of samples there to get you started.
     

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