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Guitar Heroes

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Electric Ladyland
Electric Ladyland
"Jimi Hendrix. Started it all off, never bettered in technique or feel."
Texas Flood
Texas Flood
"Stevie Ray Vaughan. Best blues guitarist ever. Has to be heard to be believed."
Sonic Temple
Sonic Temple
"Billy Duffy. Writes the best riffs ever, and can shred like crazy."
The Queen Is Dead
The Queen Is Dead
"Johnny Marr. Very creative. A true musical genius"
The Wall
The Wall
"David Gilmour. Quite possibly the best when it comes to solos (along with SRV, of course.) A very distinct style, too."
Colma
Colma
"Buckethead. Plays every style from counrty and western to death metal, is one of the fastest ever, but has a great sense of melody and feel."
Passion And Warfare
Passion And Warfare
"Steve Vai. Vai versus Buckethead would be quite a guitar duel. I still can't decide whose better, but 'For The Love Of God' takes some beating."
Blow By Blow
Blow By Blow
"Jeff Beck. Paved the way for metal and instumental rock. Also check out 'Truth'."
Still Got The Blues
Still Got The Blues
"Eddie Van Halen. Popularised finger-tapping (although he didn't ralise it had benn done before) and pulls off some great solos. 'Eruption' is a must hear."
And Justice For All
And Justice For All
"Kirk Hammett. Best metal guitarist ever? Anyway, this is his finest hour, with the amazing final solo in 'One'. All the solos on this album are mind-blowing."
Best of Both Worlds - The Very Best of Van Halen
Best of Both Worlds - The Very Best of Van Halen
"Gary Moore. Another great blues guitarist. The title-track is one of the best blues songs ever, and he has amazing technique, too."
The Very Best of Jeff Healey
The Very Best of Jeff Healey
"Jeff Helaey. Not a great songwriter, but his solos take some beating. Two great solos in 'Badge' and 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps', plus three in 'See The Light'. Not to mention 'Shapes Of Things'etc"
Physical Graffiti
Physical Graffiti
"Jimmy Page. Overrated, but still great. Better on an acoustic than an electric, but his riffs are great and 'Stairway To Heaven' has a very good solo. 'Physical Graffiti' shows his full range well."
The Best Of
The Best Of
"Frank Zappa. Completely mad, of course, but a virtuoso and hilariously funny guy."
Abraxas: (Ltd Digi)
Abraxas: (Ltd Digi)
"Carlos Santana. 'Abraxas' remains one of the greatest albums of all time, and 'Samba Pa Ti' is a masterpiece."