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Hum, well Satch IS the best

Hum, well Satch IS the best guitarist. I'll give you some credit for taste.


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robj101 wrote:Hum, well

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Hum, well Satch IS the best guitarist. I'll give you some credit for taste.

Yeah, Satriani is great...but the best?

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kidvelvet wrote:robj101

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Hum, well Satch IS the best guitarist. I'll give you some credit for taste.

Yeah, Satriani is great...but the best?

IMO yea.

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Many of the Guitar Gods to come out of the 1980s were all about flash and yet all they were really doing was playing scales. The exception I think, was Steve Vai, who is my favorite guitarist of all time. Not that those other flash players were not great to listen to, but they lack the emotional attitude of greats like Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn, Randy Rhodes and Eddie Van Halen, the latter who had the same sort of impact as Hendrix and Van Halen is the most awesome rythym guitarist ever.

 

 


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David Henson wrote:Many of

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Many of the Guitar Gods to come out of the 1980s were all about flash and yet all they were really doing was playing scales. The exception I think, was Steve Vai, who is my favorite guitarist of all time. Not that those other flash players were not great to listen to, but they lack the emotional attitude of greats like Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn, Randy Rhodes and Eddie Van Halen, the latter who had the same sort of impact as Hendrix and Van Halen is the most awesome rythym guitarist ever.

 

 

Satch taught Vai as well as Kirk Hammet, though I think Hammet needed more work.

edit: and btw, that is some serious delay that guy is usin.

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robj101 wrote:Satch taught

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Satch taught Vai as well as Kirk Hammet, though I think Hammet needed more work.

edit: and btw, that is some serious delay that guy is usin.

Yeah, actually that isn't typical of him, and though that was the best sound quality I could find on the Tube, I have heard better.


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 I prefer Satch over any I

 I prefer Satch over any I have heard because he can play anything, jazzy, rock, country and blues and he does it all so well. I would like to say SRV was awesome, but he was only awesome at "texas blues" I never heard any real rock or jazz comming out of his pickups. I play a bit of guitar so I have an idea of what they are doing.

The guy in this vid has a nice sound.

 

 

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robj101 wrote: I prefer

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 I prefer Satch over any I have heard because he can play anything, jazzy, rock, country and blues and he does it all so well. I would like to say SRV was awesome, but he was only awesome at "texas blues" I never heard any real rock or jazz comming out of his pickups. I play a bit of guitar so I have an idea of what they are doing.

The guy in this vid has a nice sound.

 

 

I did like like that alot.