You're on a desert island. All you can have to listen to is three guitar solos from

Neer

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Allan Holdsworth.

But, then again, I think I have a nice mental jukebox so I wouldn't worry about it.
 

bbutler123

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Well yea, I agree. But I can't really tell which of his lines are ad-lib "solos", and which are actual melody lines. If I meant 'solo guitar' instead of ad-lib solos (which I didn't make clear, sorry), I'd take Metheny I think.

That man is a genius. His writing and his playing. They are too closely intertwined to separate, I think.
 

Rockledge

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I wouldn't choose music for the guitar solos period. I would need something intellectually stimulating, complete music that is well written and arranged and cleverly produced.
I suppose I could spend an eternity just listening to the Moody Blues classic 7 albums for that reason.
 

Jagman327

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Joe Bonnamassa...his hard driving style would keep my energy flowing, while I sang the blues in my head.
 

partsocaster

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Randy Rhoads.....for a back up I would pick Angus, he may not be the technical lead but he sure can entertain.
 

Lance

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Hmm, I would have to choose whoever plays the longest solos. I believe that would be Jerry Garcia. I would probably choose the cd Grey Folded, as it is different versions of Dark Star one after the next, and it comes off like one really long guitar solo jam.
 


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