Jack White

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Honestly jack white would not call the best or maybe even the top 15 guitarist of all time, but for all the guitarist who were put on this list for how "cool" or badass they were I would say that jack white had more artistry to just be labeled as badass or cool. He is one if no the bet modern guitarist because of his innovative guitar work (not even mentioning his work on other instruments) from the simplicity of seven nation army to the complex and brilliant work of ball and biscuit he id say could rank higher than sinister gates or bucket head as an innovative modern guitarist

Jack White is such a gifted musician and songwriter. If you don't think he should be in the top ten, you're the reason why rock is dying. Definitely the greatest musician of the 21st century.

He came around after guitar rock was dead and buried, and resurrected it. Half of the White Stripe's music was a guitar (the other half was a drum set), and it sounded like 10 Orchestras. You feel every note. The guy can play.

Jack should not be this low on the list, and where the hell is Prince? Eric Clapton even said when asked how it feels to be considered the best guitarist said I quote" um... I don't know you have to ask Prince! ". End quote. Also Josh Homme? Cracked list seriously van halen? He's good but doesn't compare to hmm...Even Johnny Lang!

Best guitarist only topped by jimmy page and Jimi Hendrix, is just amazing.

He plays with raw passion, and everything he has done is so innovative. He is one of the only guitarists of this era who has actually left a mark on music with his riffs and creativity. It's a shame he is frequently forgotten because of his youth

He is one of the most innovative guitarists of the 21st century and 20th century. He makes it sound so good with only a sub par drummer backing him up and his vocals are awesome.

I couldn't find him! How! He is one of the most brilliant guitarists and singers there is. His James Bond song with Alicia Keys is amazing, but his band the white stripes are also brilliant as well. I love seven nation army!

Jack here is the heir to Hendrix as the king of guitar. If you don't agree then you don't know what music is (you just do as your told).

Jack White is an amazing guitarist. He has outstanding technical skills, and is an extraordinary blues slide guitarist. He should be at least in the top twenty.

79th now that's retarded he's one of the best way better than Prince anyways these must be same people voting as the ones that buy Crocs

Whether you're talking about the White Stripes, the Raconteurs, or Jack White solo, he is fantastic. He is a very talented guitarist and singer who should be voted much higher. - Songsta41

WHAT THE HELL, Jack White should at least be top 25, I don't think he should be #1, Hendrix has that tied up, but White should be so much higher!

A true artist and enormously gifted beyond guitar playing. Cares about music and its effect on society.

46 is a very disappointing number. Considering the electrifying riffs that this guy endlessly comes up with, he should at least be up just below the top 10

Jack White is the best guitarist of the century. Innovative, emotional, and raw. He brought back real, dirty, blues, garage rock.

The magic this guy pulls of live is unreal! Easily one of the most revolutionary musicians of recent years.

Great rough sounding riffs, in my opinion one of the best guitarist with the an completely original sound.

White's style is... Odd to say the least. But enchanting. This man is revolutionary and sadly underrated.

What the hell?!?! Bloody twats, he deserves to be at least in the top 5. It goes Hendrix, Slash, Jimi Page.

Just Listen to "Ball and Biscuit" Tell me that's not amazing

Awesome guitarrist, garage rock true star!, his music is simply and incredible.

My inspiration, makes guitar playing an art rather than something technical

Hands down the greatest guitarist of the 21st century. Not the most technical or talented, but find me another guitarist who can pour as much raw emotion into song with only 3 notes... you just can't. Jack White saved the blues.

His guitar solos are so abstract, and erratic, he needs to be higher.