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Guitar Riffs/Intros

Discussion in 'TV, Music and Movies' started by Galant, Apr 12, 2019.

  1. Galant

    Galant Love - Unity - Sacrifice - Eternity Staff Member

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    Almost wrapping up the work day here in Gibraltar land but you guys are probably just getting going, so here's a little something for your Friday:



    Any missing? :)
     
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  2. danmarino

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  3. danmarino

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    Great thread, Galant...I can't really play the guitar, but I love listening to someone play who is good. Roy Clark was one of the most underrated guitar players, IMO. He could play anything with strings and play it like a pro.
     
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  4. danmarino

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    SRV:

     
  5. danmarino

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    Jimi:

     
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  6. danmarino

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    Prince:

     
  7. danmarino

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    Gilmore:

     
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    Lifeson:

     
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  9. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Team Rosen Staff Member Club Member

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    Highly impressive, and really well thought out! Thank you for sharing that, Galant.

    I was surprised at the few selections from GNR and Van Halen, and nothing at all from Boston or The Eagles. He/they are obviously much higher on the late 80s heavy stuff from Iron Maiden, Megadeath, ect than I am. I wasn't familar with some of those. But overall, very cool.
     
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  10. Unlucky 13

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    I remember the first time that I watched that. It was 1995 or 96 and I was in college, and I and a group of my friends just stopped and stared and watched the TV in silence until it was over. Such an impressive talent.
     
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  11. danmarino

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    He was just as good on the violin (or fiddle..lol), banjo, drums, and about 10 other instruments. I think he was known better by most people for his comedy acts, but his musical skills were some of the best. He was definitely a musical genius. And I'm not really a country music fan, but you have to respect his talent.
     
  12. Unlucky 13

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    Yeah, as a kid I just knew him as the guy from Hee Haw. It was later I saw more of him with the guitar on other shows.
     
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    Is “eminence front” in there by The Who ?
     
  14. Galant

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    No, I don't think so.
     
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  16. invid

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    Reverb has a ton of these types of videos. I'll just post 3. Not a huge fan of Joe, but huge fan of Andy.



     
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    I could literally hijack this whole thread. One of my favorites is Rory Gallagher's solo in this version of Shinkicker. He mixes majors, natural minors, traditional blues-rock licks, pinch harmonics, all the goods. He should be in the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, but I'm cool with it, because that's mostly a joke anyways. Solo starts around 1:06.

     
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  18. Boik14

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    For my money, the best guitarist ever. And no conversation is complete without Red House. He just kills it from the 5 minute mark on....just sucks that the production quality was so crappy

     
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    Also, love that Crazy Train got such a high rating. War Pigs and Ironman are typically the ones people associate with Ozzy but War Pigs is amazing for its drumming.
     
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  20. invid

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    It's a little heavier, but if you like Jimi, you should like this performance.

     
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