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An album that was often on the turntable, back in the day.  Robin Trower's- Bridge of Sighs and In This Place.

 

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From one of Clapton's Guitar festivals. I have this concert on a dvd.It used to get a lot of play.   Robert Cray.  Time Makes Two. 

 

 

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Legends.

 

Chet Atkins

 

Andres Segovia

 

 

Les Paul + Mary Ford

 

 

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----- and at three pages and counting I think we've proved the list could be quite long. And as are many things greatness is in the eye of the beholder --

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All you can say is these guitar people are great at what they do.

JJK

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17 hours ago, wvu80 said:

Make mine Al Di Meola.  This is incredible on headphones and on a 2.0 setup with great imaging.  You can just hear him and Paco de Lucia sitting on stools across from each other trading riffs.

 

 

@wvu80 I think many of us know Al D, he jumps makes it scream in a Latino accent. Check him out with Paco de Lucia and John McLaughlin on the Guitar Trio. Great interchanges

 

Mark

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No conversation would be complete without mentioning the great Adrian Belew... this mans discography is like a who's who of modern music.

 

That's Adrian playing Frank Zappas stratocaster that Jimi Hendrix owned and set on fire.

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And I would like to thank Jeff Lessard for introducing me to Segovia. Perfect on the 2A3s and Khorns.

SSH

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7 hours ago, RT FAN said:

Alan Holdsworth

Leo Kottke

Richard Thompson

Buddy Guy

Tony Rice

Django Reindhardt

Andres Segovia

George Benson

Grant Green

Jeff Beck

Sonny Landreth

John Renbourn

Duane Allman

Charlie Christian

Joe Pass

Herb Ellis

Charlie Byrd

George Barnes

Barney Kessel

Roy Buchanan

Doc Watson

Duke Robillard

James Burton

Henry Kaiser

Steve Hackett

Glen Campbell

Jerry Donahue

Martin Barre

John Fahey

Johnny Winter

Robert Fripp

John McLaughlin

 

 That ought to keep you guys busy for a while.

 

 

 

 

 

best two out of that list are Glen Campbell and Martin Barre. 

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Some guitarists are overly notey... some are musical. Adrian is Musical extraordinaire.

 

Adrian at the center of the Arts...

 

 

Some of the few people that requested his virtuosity...

with Laurie Anderson

with John Lennon

with David Bowie

with David Byrne

with Joe Cocker

with Jean Michel Jarre

with Béla Fleck & the Flecktones

with Herbie Hancock

with King Crimson

with Cyndi Lauper

with Tony Levin

with Nine Inch Nails

with Mike Oldfield

with Ryuichi m

with William Shatner

with Paul Simon

with Talking Heads

with Frank Zappa

 

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10 hours ago, Schu said:

Some guitarists are overly notey... some are musical. Adrian is Musical extraordinaire.

 

Adrian at the center of the Arts...

 

 

Some of the few people that requested his virtuosity...

with Laurie Anderson

with John Lennon

with David Bowie

with David Byrne

with Joe Cocker

with Jean Michel Jarre

with Béla Fleck & the Flecktones

with Herbie Hancock

with King Crimson

with Cyndi Lauper

with Tony Levin

with Nine Inch Nails

with Mike Oldfield

with Ryuichi m

with William Shatner

with Paul Simon

with Talking Heads

with Frank Zappa

 

it's only talk 

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12 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

Alan Holdsworth

 

12 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

Steve Hackett

 

12 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

Robert Fripp

you forgot Frank zappa

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