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The Gear behind Rolling Stone 100 greatest guitarists...

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Melange, May 19, 2019.

  1. CapnRex

    CapnRex Member

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    God I hate RS. Who ARE these "experts"?
     
  2. scotty31

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    Take it for what it is, a pop guitarist list.
    What bothered me was the rankings.
    How do you rank a guitarist?
    Clapton v dimebag for example.

    But to the OP, great concept.
    An amp version would be cool too
     
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  3. doc

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    Ok, now same exercise, but with amps. Not much mystery about what the top 3 are.
     
  4. doc

    doc Supporting Member

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    Also, who played Peavey?
     
  5. s2y

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    Same guys who said Rush sucks until Peart died.
     
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    and the Jackson player.
     
  7. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    The Beatles drove a lot of those sales for sure.
     
  8. CapnRex

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    I do see your point, I really do. The publicity RS gets combined with that title though is just bound to mislead, especially with their obvious bias toward greatist hits of yore guitarists.
     

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