Greatest Rock Guitarists of All Timerodoglez11
The Top Ten
He IS the greatest. Case. Closed
Jimmy Page is the best guitarrist ever, and despite I don't have to, I will tell you why:
A great guitarrist is defined in both composing and playing ability. Clapton and Hendrix could be great playing, but they just can't beat Jimmy as a composer, and sometimes as a player, too. A normal person could not even walk in a straight way while he or she is on drugs. Guess what? Jimmy just can't play a guitar! He can IMPROVISE, not being sober, and make one of the most stunning and orgasmic solos ever. While on drugs. Who does that? Nobody! If you don't believe me go to youtube and look for Since I've been loving you at song remains the same, dazed and confused at supershow in 1969 or the heartbreaker solo. Also the live performance of stairway to heaven at madison square garden. Led Zeppelin is the only group whose live performance songs are better than the studio versions, and that is just because Jimmy improvisations with a guitar, making a 6 minute song into a 15 minute song. And yet ...more
People want to play like him, no one can
El mejor de la historia...
Well it's all a matter of taste 'cause all "best rock guitarists" lists differ. But I think we can all say that after Hendrix' and Page's era, Edward Lodewijck Van Halen was the best and most important new kind on the block. Eruption changed the whole rock/metal guitarist landscape totally. No one had heard a guitarist play like EVH before, his speed, sound, style and skills changed everything.
Not many guitarists, hence musicians, can make that claim.
One of the greatest musicians of the modern era.V 21 Comments
Absolutely the greatest ever. Superb song writing, phenomenal guitar playing, mind blowing performances and will forever be unmatched.
Should Always be first on any guitarist list.
Many people have different opinions on what makes a guitarist great. Some point to technical ability. Some to legendary bodies of work. Some to influence they have had on musicians after them. JimI had all of that and more. He defined his own generation and many after it. He cultivated a bluesy guitar sound into hard rock with jazz elements and created a sound never heard before. If you listen to his straight up blues tracks, you will quickly come to realize Stevie Ray Vaughan owes him every dime he ever made. He was heavy before heavy was even established and still elegant in a way that few after have managed to capture. He was a pioneer and a legend. And he did this all in 27 years on Earth. Every rock guitarist since him is to some degree indebted to him. Long live the king. - VisionsOfSightV 40 Comments
Slowhand is the absolute best ever! Consider where he came from, his tragic losses and his personal demons!
He is, has been and always will be the best for me. There are many talented guitarists and more evolving every day, but he is the best.
He is the second best guitarist behind Jimi, but my favourite!
He is very diverse... He can move from the hard rocking songs of Layla and sunshine of your love, to his technically brilliant slow paced work like wonderful tonight and next time you see her.
Eric doesn't just play the guitar... He is the guitar, and let's it sing!
What else can you say about Cream's solo specialty guitarist. This guy made solos sound easy when they really weren't. His solo on White Room by Cream influenced billions of solos latter on.
his work with cream, the beatles, john mayall, the yardbirds, blind faith, derek and the dominoes, the list goes on and on. this guy is amazing. number two's hard to pick believe me -V 15 Comments
He is a magician on that thing! He even made it sound like it growled on Welcome To The Jungle, when I saw them live!
What?! Syn on 2nd!
Slash should be the 2nd greatest guitarist behind Hendrix. Page should be on 3rd only because of "stairway to heaven". Synyster has technical skill but no feeling. If we consider speed, Syn can never be greater than Eddie Van Halen. However, feeling is what actually matters. So, Slash would be actually on 1st because Hendrix died soon and could not play many solos as Slash did.
Here's my top 4:- 1. Slash
2. Jimi Hendrix (may also be 1st)
3. Jimmy Page
4. Eddie Van Halen
Has got to be higher up, heck gates, page and Van Halen are amazing guitarists but they aren't rock, their metal and slash shouldn't be on the metal list he's rock still Van Halen page and gates rock
Rock on!V 19 Comments
Brian's guitar solos are something you play in your head afterwards. It's an earworm, because it has so much melody. You want to sing it. This guy is a genius.
His solos! Amazing
Best rock guitarist my opinionV 19 Comments
One way to understand the personality of Kirk Hammett is to just listen to two tracks that I suppose depict him perfectly. They are 1). ONE 2). Welcome Home (Sanitarium). I have also seen many people criticizing Kirk just because he is a metal guitarist. Just become mature and stop being cynical. He is a satriani student along with Vai. Rolling stones didn't give him a place in top 100. Though he is just not what he was but lets not forget what he did from 1984-1992! The whole world said WOW! He was much much better than Page in is initial years. Kirk played at seatle at 27. Listen to that solo there. Then listen to Page solo (Again at 27) at Royal Albert hall. That had such a rough sound. So respect Mr. Hammett!
Kirk hammet is the greatest guitarist of all time from the greatest band of all time, replacing the most overrated guitarist of all time ( not bad but overrated.I.E. dave mustaine). I like megadeth but they're worse than negative compared to Metallica.
While Kirk Hammett was influential in the metal community and his solos are awesome, he can't compare to the pure melodic and creative genius of Gilmour, Clapton, Hendrix and Eddie. Anyways, metal guitarists like Dimebag and Iommi were/are more influential. If we were going off of pure technical abilities, then Kirk would be close to the top.
He changed rock and metal completely, with epic solos like Fade To Black, Master Of Puppets, and countless more. Come on people, he deserves to be higher than seventh!V 6 Comments
Angus should be #1.
The Best ever
Do I need to explain? Of course not - he is a guitar genius!
Once he puts his horns on there is no one higher.V 23 Comments
Oh please. I get it. Synyster Gates can shred like a demon, and all of the little goth kids love his loud, fast, artificial-sounding solos, but there is no way in hell that he is the #2 guitarist of all time. I can already hear A7x fans decrying the "musical curmudgeon" argument and saying that older isn't always better. This isn't about the fact that Synyster Gates doesn't have the resume to be considered #2 (which he doesn't by the way). This is more about creativity and songwriting skills. While his solos and riffs are good for working out and stuff, there's really nothing special about them other than their speed and precision. Speed and precision aren't the be-all and end-all of determining the quality of a guitarist. If this were the case, guitarists like Gilmour and Hendrix, who didn't revel in their technical abilities when writing solos and riffs, wouldn't be on this list. To me, it just shows a lack of musical taste, ability, and maturity to put this slash rehash at #2. ...more
Synyster Gates is hands down an amazing guitarist. Of course he is mostly known for being able to shred faster than most guitarists (a fact even his haters have to admit), but Syn was classically trained and can do so much more. He can write/play upbeat riffs like in "Scream" and "Nightmare," go all out like in "Hail to the King" where he plays an incredibly difficult beat throughout the entire song and pairs it with an even more difficult solo, but he can also slow it down and play songs like "Seize the Day," "So Far Away," and "Dear God." He is still so young and has loads of time left to make an even bigger impact. The fact that a guitarist from Avenges Sevenfold is on a list with guys from all these legendary bands is proof enough for me!
This guy's fans seem to assimilate the concept of a guitar the same way the assimilate the concept of a car : The faster it is, the better. I'm sorry but despite him being a good guitarist, he shouldn't even be on this list since he isn't rock. He comes from the metal generation so put him there if you'd like, though I don't think he should touch the top 5 there either. Luckily, he was at #2 and now at number #5 so he's slowly going back to his rightful position. It's always the same with this kind of lists. The fan boys get here first and since he has so many, he got in top 5 (hopefully not for long).
A lot of people on here are hating on Syn, but regardless of if he has made any impact on rock music or other guitarists should be overlooked by the fact that he is simply amazing! And he's only 33 years old so he still has A LOT of time to make those impacts. Its hard to compete with legends, but I think he definitely deserves to be here.V 22 Comments
I think david gilmour should be # 1 he has that magical touch and nobodys smoother especially using the whammy bar! He is my personal favorite guitarist! Shine on you crazy diamond
Although I must pay my respect/tribute to "Stairway to Heaven" by Jimmy Page/Led Zeppelin, since it was THE SONG that, as a preteen, brought me to Rock-n-Roll, and for which I consider to be my favorite song of all time, and additionally is nearly impossible to choose given Page's other brilliantly composed music, my sincere love of David Gilmour's musical brilliance takes the lead if I have to choose who is the best. I know "Comfortably Numb", "Marooned", "High Hopes", "Pigs (Three Different Ones), and "Shine on you Crazy Diamond" are just a few of Gilmour's numerous songs that would have brought me to rock-n-roll, had I heard them before Stairway to Heaven. Thankfully wisdom taught me music is a compilation, not a competition (hehe, so I'll just enjoy them both, and Tony Iommi, and...).
This list is definitely not correct, David gilmour should be in top 5
Drop the zero. This is number 1V 20 Comments
In my opinion this guy is one of the best rock guitarists alive today. Why you ask? Objectively, most modern electric guitar players have a large pedal board in front of them plus other FX gear to blow an audience's mind with a killer sound. This dude doesn't and uses only an overdrive pedal, choosing to get his sound the old fashioned way, from his guitar. He has been compared to guitar virtuosos Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Joe Bonamassa etc. for years. He's gets a ton of press, constant terrestrial & internet radio play, is a published song writer and can play at the speed of light with the best of them. His one-off guitars are made by his sponsor, Gary Kramer Guitars and he fronts 3 piece rock/metal band Men Without Armies. Just Google him or MWA if you want to see what I mean. He's not backed by a label or an agent so what you hear, see & read about Dylan is all unbiased, grassroots information and opinions. He doesn't have a PR Agent blasting the company line about him all over the ...more - GuitarFreak
Although I am happy to see my friend Brennan on this top 100 list, I believe he should be in the top 25, at least for modern rock guitarist. His sound is fresh and vibrant.
This dude is a prodigy. I saw him on stage when one of his strings broke and he kept playing. And the amazing thing is that it sounded awesome. He sure is underrated.
Brennan is one of the best rock guitarists out there now. Everyone should check him out!V 21 Comments
Famous because he's a great guitarist. Kirk Hammett should not be anywhere near here because he uses a wah pedal, and Is only famous because of the band he's in.
Tom gets my vote because, despite not being the most traditionally "talented" on the list, he brings so many new things to the table. What he does is all new and hasn't been done by anyone else; he's completely original.
This guy is just amazing! His skills are different and plays amazingly in audioslave
Tom Morello is one of the best, it's cool how what he does has never been done before
But the question is, can he play anything outside of DJ scratching and using pedals? No, he cannot. Tom's guitar is cool but he sucks as a guitarist and shouldn't be hereV 4 Comments
Name any other guitar player who has written 2 Rock Operas...?
Seen and heard most of these guys over the last 40 years. Almost all the supposed top guitarists on this list could not have held a candle to the Townshends' et al. i f they'd been in the same time frame. Townshend invented the first and best power chords that knocked out the massive audiences of the time. Don't get me wrong as their are some fine 21st century guitarists. As a still active concerteer, I've seen well over 100 of the top rock bands in the UK, USA and Europe over the last four+ decades and the fact Peter Townshend, Richards, Lee, May, e tc. e tc are either far down or not even on the list, is embarrassing to lifelong rock fans me and an insult to their memory. Most of the modern guitar heroes posted do not deserve the ranking they have for three simple reasons: 1) Townshend (and the other oldsters) had no 'giant shoulders' to stand on and learn from, 2) they did not have the tremendous resource of rock guitar books, videos, manuals e tc. t hat were and are available to ...more
I can't believe Pete isn't even on the list. He is a top ten guitarist, anyone with a decent music taste knows that. The Who is legendary, and Pete made them so.
Helped revolutionize feedback before Hendrix and he's incredibly skilled and influential.
Top 3 for sure. One of the best ever...you try playing Beethoven on a guitar!
Come on he influenced lots of guitarists! Definitely top 10 worthy! - Userguy44
He's a Top 3 guitarist. Maybe avarage music fans can't get it.
Blackmoore is def. top 3. He didn't have one legendary bands, he had two (Deep Purple, Rainbow)!V 19 Comments
Top ten easy. Everyone he was one of the first to incorporate classical into his music, but it was his composition and emotion in every song that he wrote that makes him worth. Every solo...was a song withing the song.
I find it very sad that Randy isn't even in the top 10. He was very creative in the way he wrote his music and played. He combined classical guitar with rock guitar and was extremely creative in his solos, riffs, and his technique, especially in crazy train, goodbye to romance, and dee, (songs off of Blizzard of Ozz) along with most of the stuff on diary of a madman. Randy is definitely my all time favorie.
Any day or night, Randy could play circles around Eddie Van Halen. He was an absolute original. Where other axe-men borrowed from Page, Clapton, Berry, Waters, etc., Rhoads borrowed from Classical and pure Spanish riffs and forged them into metal. Was a year behind him in high school, and would sit in his next-door neighbor's room (my younger brother's best friend) and listen to him and his brother hammer away in their garage, or to Randy giving lessons to folks of any age. He didn't need a reason to shred, it was pure nature to him. Clapton, SRV, Page, maybe Gilmour ahead of him, nobody else.
Obviously, people who vote aren't guitarists. If they were guitarists, Randy would be on top! He was pure genius when it came to music. It's unfortunate that most people don't know what he could do. Most people don't realize that he actually laid down a track, and then do it all over with an overdub, so his sound was much fuller. I've heard that he even did up to 4 guitar dubs on some songs.V 8 Comments
God gave him such a gift for guitar..
Probably the most "tasteful" guitarist on this list. Understood that the notes one doesn't play are just as important as the notes that one does play.
People tend to think that because George was in the Beatles he is overrated. Well because this I have to say he is incredibly underrated. No one had a feel for a guitar like George did. He wasn't flashy or necessarily fast, but he played in way that made you want to sing along to his guitar. Everything he played he played in a way that was just perfect for the song. Just think about hi playing in Something, You Can't Do That, I Saw Her Standing There, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Cheer Down, and the list goes on and on. Maybe He's not the greatest but he deserves to be in the top ten at least.
John and Paul may have provided the lyrics, but George, along with Ringo, made the songs special. If only his ego could have competed with the two primary songwriters, he might be much more appreciated for the incredible talent he was.V 3 Comments
Very good guitar player, a little underrated but he should be around 15 or so.
Ace at this number? Again I wonder what the heck are you listening to? He was Dimebag Darrell's idol. Have you ever listened to Ace on many KISS classics like Cold Gin, Do You Love Me, Dr. Love, Shock Me and so many others? Listen to Ace's work on his new single Gimme A Feelin. Open your ears.
Ace might not be the best but his solos are always very catchy and when he dose them live there the same as on the album and always suits the song part perfectly. But for me page1st, Blackmore 2nd and ace and Angus young in the top ten some where.V 6 Comments
Has the best solo of all times in sultants of swing
His great guitar playing made dire straits a
i love it
The Dire Straits guitarist who pretty much invented his own style of guitar playing which turned him into a success by the early 80s, however he isn't recognized by many as a great guitarist but I know his skills have never been similar to other guitarists.V 8 Comments
Be serious. I have been listening to this guy for 45 years, & it's hard to imagine him standing behind all of these other guys. He's just too good.
Carlos is rated way to low. He should be in the top ten
If you do not think this guy is in the top 10 all time you are crazy.I have listen to his rips for so long and he can play anything,not so for a lot on this list period.
Santana #53? Are you crazy?
Ok, is a rock list... but if we are talking about guitars this is one of the top of this list.
Number 30! What a joke. Lindsey Buckingham is a guitar god who could hold hold his own against anyone who ever picked up a guitar, past or present.
Always overlooked in this category.
Picker!V 1 Comment
What Alex Lifeson in the top 10? Yes I'm not being an idiot, I'm being honest by putting this talented underrated guitarist where he belongs. Rush had highly success not just because of Peart and Lee. If you listen to La Villa Strangiato by Rush, it shows you what Lifeson is capable of playing.
Definitely belongs in the Top 10, if not Top 5. No guitarist has the creativity that Lifeson has. Awesome that every solo is different and unique in its own way. So many classics
La villa strangiato. One of the most challenging guitar songs ever and Alex masters it. There is no contest. He should top the list!
So underrated! (as always unfortunately)V 6 Comments
He should be #1 Hands down. Have you ever seen any of his solos? Only a genius could do it. Like Bach if he were still alive.
Herman Li can do a lot more than just race up and down the neck, he can play nearly anything. Moreover, there was this one video showing that he could play under water.
No guitarist can play like him
He's fast, but there's nothing more to his playing than simply racing up and down the neck. In my honest opinion, it takes more than speed and effects pedals to make you one of the best.
To play his solos, all you need is speed and the same effects he uses.
His band, as a whole, was ingenuitive, though. Video game metal? Right on!
Yes very underrated. What an amazing guitarist. He sets the stage on fire when he performs with Bryan Adams. Always puts on an amazing performance. Fantastic gigs!
Lead guitarist with Bryan Adams...awesome guitar god & thoroughly awesome guy.
Amazing talent, absolutely looks in love with his guitar.
Very underrated. Plays a huge part in the Bryan Adams sound and is very versatile not just a one trick pony.V 21 Comments
One of the most technically talented guitarist that ever lived. His riffs were aggressive and would rip your head off your shoulders yet his solos were graceful masterpieces! Took too soon. Watch him play the complex 'Domination' solo. He never hits a bum note! Legend. R.I.P
Dime by any measure was one of the GREATEST GUITAR PLAYERS who ever walked the planet. The Dude was astonishing... Just one killer player. He just unleashed fury. He was a fearless player who attacked the fretboard. This may offend some but in my opinion he was a better player than Eric Clapton could ever hope to be. Eric is just too measured a player... Watching him is like watching caution perform. Sure Eric's solos are great but he strikes me as a guy who leaves nothing to chance & therefore improvises nothing. DIMEBAG is the MAN! - GuitarFreak
Has anyone here ever listened to Pantera? He sends Slash home and he clearly deserves to be number 1 on this list becuase Dimebag is god. Just listen to any Pantera song. Slash is nothing compared to Dimebag.
He's gotta be higher!
18 is disgraceful!
guitarist for black sabbath. missing two fingers but still shreds it. -
How is someone who basically invents a genre like heavy metal not in the top 10?
He changed the music genre, he created a new genre, he's the god of metal
THE UNDISPUTED RIFF MASTER... INVENTOR OF DOOM METAL. HE SHOULD BE TOP 5, IF IT WAS NOT FOR HIM, HALF THESE GUYS WOULD BE WORKING AT WALMART!V 1 Comment
Keith Richards at 34? He was extremely influential and much better than Synyster Gates and Herman Li. They can play faster but have no feeling
Are you guys kidding? Keith Richards not in the top 10 or even in the 20? There are a bunch of guitarists above him that should have been here not keith richards. Stupid people. The riffs are so important like solos
I agree with the previous poster. What is wrong with you? Are you even listening to rock and roll? Keith is a legend. You ought to be ashamed.
Did you ever sit alone and listen to the let it bleed album? And then not rate Keith in the top 10 is an insult to your listener discernment... Apparently some of the great blues men Muddy Waters, BB King, Chuck Berry, etc. Thought different about his guitar talent.V 3 Comments
Must be in the Top 10. Listen to the mournful guitar sounds on most if the ballads of Sticky Fingers. His ability to capture the right note and sustain it add great emotion to those Stones songs over four albums 1969 - 1972.
He has a well developed sense of tonal quality. Live and on recordings his musical sensibilities are consistently polished. Watching his technique demonstrates to anyone who knows good progressive guitar work a consistently high level of skill and dexterity.
Not sure if he is no1 but number 1? , come on he should be way higher - espyorkshireman
That is so Buckethead
I have been listening to music for 60 years and have yet to hear of anything Beck did. Even when I've heard him play, there's nothing about him which is impressive. I think all the guitarists from Iron Maiden should be in here.
To have Jeff Beck at 29 is insulting. Here's a real rock guitarist list: Eric Clapton, Brian May, Keith Richards (not in your 10? ), Eddie Van Halen, Mick Jones of Foreigner, Joe Perry of Aerosmith (also not in your 10? ), Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Yngwie Malmsteen and Ace Frehley. All legends.
if your talking pure guitar skill this man should be number one. there ain't nothing jeff can't play, jazz, rock, blues. you name it. -
People argue over whos better Beck, Clapton, or Page?. The 3 Yardbirds guitarists are always going to be known as guitar gods. Beck was the highly superior one of the three but not the most talented which is why Page is above but his heart and soul that pushes him to have a great flow is what makes him a legend.V 2 Comments
This list is a joke. SRV is in the top 10 for sure.
he died in his prime, another guitarist we all miss, who knows what he could've done had he lived. saw him in concert twice. the gorge in george back in the 90s
one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen. -
The Mastermind of all Blues/Rock. He played everything out on his guitar. No drugs needed, just pure skill.
I agree with a lot of these picks but really Stevie belongs at the very least in top ten!V 7 Comments
Top 5 easily
I came to this site to see where Walsh would be ranked, should be a lot higher..
Joe is top 10 easy.
He is definitely in the top 20, as is the lead guitarist of Aerosmith...what the hell are these votes based on? Its not Riff's, its producing a kick ass rock song!V 4 Comments
Neal Schon is a great and very tasteful player. He is more than up there...
Very underrated guitarist! His solos with Journey are pure beauty. Steve's awesome voice with Neil's soaring, incredible guitar work were the heart & soul of Journey, taking their music to the stratosphere!
Master of melody and the smoothest solos you'll ever hear
Steve Vai has done things with his guitar and has created music that no other music artist or guitarist has ever done and continues to do so, nor will there ever be a guitarist like him. Technique, creativity, composing and technicality! Steve Vai continues to revolutionize guitar playing. Enough said. Steve Vai is number 1! PERIOD!
The greatest guitarist ever! Period! He has a unique style of playing. Should be number 1 on this list
Maybe not rock but number 1 guitarist on the planet
*32 this list is a joke.V 2 Comments
Oh Billie Joe... Where do I even start... I went up on stage at a concert and he kissed me... While still playing his notes... THAT takes skill. He's so great, and talented, and gorgeous.
He literally just plays 3 power-chord songs. There shouldn't be any punk guitarists (assuming Green Day is punk, which would be using "punk" very liberally) on this list because punk music isn't about guitar. Heavy metal and arena rock are all about guitar solos and stuff like that, but punk is more about the band as a whole and playing fast 3 minute songs to create a ton of energy. He really didn't start adding solos to his music until his last few albums (and they still weren't that great). He's a good songwriter and in a good band, but the fact that he's number 15 on the best guitarists list makes me laugh.V 7 Comments
How could you rate this man at #20.. As usual, no respect for the Greatest Ax player EVER!
Most beautiful melodies of electric guitar...
Joe is far above anyone in this list, the ONLY guitarist that speaks with his guitar
Best guitarrist EVER!V 1 Comment
So many to consider. RS is not known to to the "general public"...
So damn glad he's on this list!
I believe one of the greatest composers rhythm guitarists, in hard rock.Also at times very nice solos.Songs Recommended.
1 - Still loving you
2 - Animal Magnetism
3 - Lady starlight
...by The Scorpions
There is no way this guy is not in the top 5. He is Unreal probably the best in the world
Awesome guitarist who deserves the top 5.
Dude I just can't believe this... one of the most versetile and dedicated guitarists of all time on 46? Just listen to Californication, Scar Tissue, Can't stop, Snow, Dani California, Wet Sand, The Zephyr Song, n Under the Bridge and you will come to know what I am trying to say
Unbelievable that James Hetfield is ranked so low. This man had a great influence on rock and metal and invented a unique sound with his palm muting and downpicking techniques. James is the best rhythm guitar player in the world with world class precision and unmatched performance.
Hetfield is the best guitarist ever! Just listen to any Metallica song and you'll know what I'm talking about!
Well, I think Hetfield is a better guitarist than Hammett. - Nintendonix
Unmatched player. Best guitar player of all time. If you look at quotes from fellow guitar players like Clapton, Slash, Santana etc...
Awesome guitarist-a virtuoso. Should be number 1
Without a doubt, simply the most talented and best guitar player of all time!
Ask Clapton, ask Dave Grohl - another major difference...Prince was one of the few guitarist's that can actually read music...a true musician and composer.
The greatest guitarist I have ever heard, whether it is for Creed, Alter Bridge, or his solo project. And he writes most of the music for all three bands
The guy is an absolute genius. Given that he was voted better than Slash in a Loudwire magazine poll it is criminal that he is not in top 10!
Come on Brad atlest needs to be I'm the top 20
Its just so unfair... He deserves 2 be in top 10ns :'(
For me he is the best
Come on he deserves more votes. He may not be as good as Slash or Jimmy Page but he deserves to be in the top 10. He's got amazing stage presence and a great voice and is the best co-vocals for Bon Jovi. Nobody can replace him!
Ritchie deserves top 10 at least, him being in the 40’s is a joke! In my opinion greatest guitarist of all time! Bon Jovi isn’t the same without him!
Are you kidding me? What hell is this?... Richie on 50? That's joke
Should be a lot higher... very underrated in my opinionV 3 Comments
Why is Chuck berry not top ten
Chuck Berry is top 10 material. Should be much, much higher on this list.
Oh my god... Chuck Berry, rock and roll pioneer, decade defining 50's act, and singer of You Can Never Tell and Johnny B Goode, at 67!
Practically invented rock and roll guitar.V 3 Comments
Listen to Plug in Baby, Stockholm Syndrome and Reapers. That's enough to show how much of a great technical guitarist he is.
Matt is a superb guitarist, I have no idea why he's so low down on the list?
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