Part 3: Chose your lead Guitarists

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    There are many great guitarists, we all know the names now chose the one you want for your Super Band.

    I'm taking Randy Rhoads

     
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    Mick Taylor circa the early '70's
     
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    [QUOTE]Mick Taylor circa the early '70's
    Posted by jkjband[/QUOTE]
     

    Ok, now you are just toying with me. There are at least a dozen. I'll go with those that are still alive and say Derek Trucks, check out the song Elvin. If this doesn't make your eyes water, have your pulse checked. This is what I use to test studio monitor speakers. That and anything by Steely Dan where Larry Carlton is involved.  Mark Knopler and Larry on the same record (Gaucho) and it's hard to ask for better than that.
     
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    Buck Dharma

     
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    The Edge
     
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    I need dual lead guitarist in my band.

    Jeff Beck and Jimi Hendrix

    To see those two play off each other would have been a gift from the heavens.
     
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    [QUOTE]I need dual lead guitarist in my band. Jeff Beck and Jimi Hendrix To see those two play off each other would have been a gift from the heavens.
    Posted by jesseyeric[/QUOTE]

    I thought of Jeff Beck too, but if he were involved, it would be his band. Jeff is coming to Boston in March....I'll finally get to see him live.
     
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    If we're doubling up (and bending space/time), then:

    Jimi Hendrix & Jimmy Page

    I've honestly always wondered what seeing them on stage jamming together would sound like.  I believe my head might explode...

    Among current/active:

    Jeff Beck or Carlos Santana
     
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    Software - enjoy the show. He will blow you away.

    Matty - I had the chance to see Jimmy, Eric and Jeff play together when they did the ARMS tour to benefit Ronnie Lane.

    It was absolutely amazing and when all three got on stage together, it was completely insane. But it was then when my scale tilted to Jeff. He literally blew them both away. Clealy Page and Clapton are better song writers, but Jeff's virtuosity was mind blowing.
     
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    jonny greenwood and matt bellamy are both crazy lead guitarists, but one is also the frontman and both are multi-instrumentalists...so sticking with the lead guitar only title among active musicians who have not (i think) been mentioned yet...

    tom morello
     
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    Steve Howe for prog rock and pop, Michael Schenker for Euro, non cheesy hair band heavy metal, Eddie Van Halen for LA American hard rock/metal, Jeff Beck for Bluesy, funky, instrumental rock/blues, Hendrix for Electric Blues and funky psychedalia, Slash for straight forward hard rock, Charlie Hunter for eclectic jazz.  John Scofield for fusion, Russell Malone for trad jazz. Chet Atkins and Les Paul for country.
     
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    My group needs two guitarist:

    Page on lead.

    Townshend doing everything else.
     
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    [QUOTE]My group needs two guitarist: Page on lead. Townshend doing everything else.
    Posted by newman09[/QUOTE]

    I like it, although I'll tweek it. Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton on duel lead guitars. Pete Townsend on rythym guitar.
     
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    I am going with John Lennon on rythm.
     
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    First choice - Ritchie Blackmore
    Second choice- Robin Trower
    Third choice- Michael Schenker
     
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    Jerry Garcia
     
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    Trey Anastasio
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    Warren Haynes
     
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    Perhaps not the showmanship or dazzling brilliance of others named thus far, nevertheless ...

    George Harrison
     
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    WEll....  the thread is in the plural...


    In no particular order:  Stevie Ray Vaugh, Keith Richards (during his first twenty lives....), Slash, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and the guy from Tool whose name I don't know. 
     
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    Hell I need to throw Robby Kreiger in there....   not necessarily a master, but man could they play together.
     
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    Paul Kossoff.
     

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