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David Gilmour not in the top 20?

This poll is dildos.

 

 

Also Matt doesn't even come near the greatest guitarist ever.

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The Horrors; what the hell? :wtf: The guitarist made my ears bleed and not in a good way. That was one of the worst bands I've ever heard! :erm:

 

Exactly, they played before Muse in Antwerp and their sound just hurt my ears, it sounded terrible.

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David Gilmour is so underrated...

 

Fucking this.

 

We all know how moronic and ignorant NME are with music.

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The page isnt working now because its "so popular that it was hammering [NME's] servers" :indiff:

 

Is that Horrors guitarist actually that good? I dont listen to them, i dont even know what they sound like :$

 

Anyway, no Joe Satriani in top 20 = :noey:...and Tom Morello needs to be higher :p

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Fucking this.

 

We all know how moronic and ignorant NME are with music.

 

And we all know how moronic their fans are as well...although Muse fans are more moronic, if they truly believe Bellamy is the best guitarist ever.

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Yeah, it's pretty stupid that Gilmour isn't anywhere up there. And why Lennon over Harrison? And Bellamy number 1?

 

So much wrong with the list. :noey:

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And we all know how moronic their fans are as well...although Muse fans are more moronic, if they truly believe Bellamy is the best guitarist ever.

 

But he can haz the choas pad! it makes awesome noizes!!!! and his fuzz factory makes it BRRRRNNNNNN like!!!

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But he can haz the choas pad! it makes awesome noizes!!!! and his fuzz factory makes it BRRRRNNNNNN like!!!

 

Trying to be witty isn't working.:stunned:

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:erm:

 

*shudders*

 

Steve Vai is one of the greatest guitar players this planet has seen, at least he doesn't feel the need to drench his guitar work in widdly-widdly effects.

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eugh, if we're going to rig the voting we might as well do it right.

 

someone provide the links for hendrix, morello, and slash so we can vote them up :stunned:

 

no jokes. post the links?

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Bellamy is good, but that is it! He surely can't win this? Have you lot ever thought about simply not rigging a vote before? It makes you seem like twats to be honest. Muse were once upon a time good enough to win awards off the back of their own brilliance; they're clearly not any more sadly, so why feed their egos further?

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Got 5 mins in before I got bored. Check out the Bert Jansch video I linked to for real skill on a guitar, no effects, no triple-necked electric, just one acoustic and every finger doing something ;)

 

Obviously Vai type stuff is far from something that someone can learn overnight, but in terms of skill going on there, it's not all that impressive at all!

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eugh, if we're going to rig the voting we might as well do it right.

 

someone provide the links for hendrix, morello, and slash so we can vote them up :stunned:

 

no jokes. post the links?

 

slash:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/50/last/52/rate/1

Morello:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/55/last/59/rate/1

HENDRIX:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/24/last/24/rate/1

 

Also

Angus Young:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/78/last/85/rate/1

Brian May:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/15/last/15/rate/1

John Frusciante:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/83/last/90/rate/1

Eric Clapton:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/5/last/5/rate/1

Jimmy Page:

http://www.nme.com/rate/greatestguitarists/76/last/83/rate/1

 

I'm trying to find Steve Vai but I can't:(

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matt is higher scored than slash *shakes head*

 

While Slash is vastly superior to Matt any day and night with a guitar in hands....

 

*votes for Slash to make things right*

 

Done.

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Technically superb, but it doesn't inspire me or make me want to pick up a guitar. If anything I think guitarists such as Vai, Satriani, Malmsteen are all a bit geeky.

 

I'd pick Jimmy Page any day. But one of my favourite guitarists is the one who never played a solo - Johnny Marr.

 

:yesey::yesey::yesey:

 

Nothing against guitar solos as such obviously - WHERE is Gilmour in this?

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Bellamy is good, but that is it! He surely can't win this? Have you lot ever thought about simply not rigging a vote before? It makes you seem like twats to be honest. Muse were once upon a time good enough to win awards off the back of their own brilliance; they're clearly not any more sadly, so why feed their egos further?

 

Who's rigging the vote in favour of Bellamy? Have you read the thread?

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Just read the current "rankings" of their "greatest guitarist ever" and face palming is required big time.

 

Let's pretend only 15-20 years old kids with no knowledge and clue about guitar and skills are voting.

 

Remembers me the people wo do pretend Lionel Messi is way better than Diego Maradona...

 

I can name so many guitarists vastly superior to Bellamy I could write a dictionnary full of their names..

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