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Hands down Jimmy Page! :tsu:

Honestly i put Slash above Van Halen...

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Yeah i started playing a little over two years ago,i will say i a much better on drums lol

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Drums get a lot of noise complaints from neighbors!

Ah yes, the good old days. *sigh*

LOLOL

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ZZ, I thought the same about Credence. I seen them around ten years ago and my foremost though was always that they sounded exactly like the cd. So crystal clear and spot on.

Ozzy is a legend but i put Robert Plant above him ability wise on vocals :tu:

Hey Fess actually read ealier GnR is actually reuniting for at least one show coming up.

I found out on my way to bed last night. Scrolling through Instagram Slash had posted a huge GnR logo. First comment I saw was Duff posted the same. Details are still sketchy but it looks like a one time reunion. Some "Coachella" festival.

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^ I hear ya.

"Who is the best guitarist?" Yeah, some people have the nerve to say Eddie Van Halen!

I'm more of a Jimmy Page or Clapton kind of guy.

Page and Clapton are both top notch - no doubt... But don't count out Roy Clark...

The man could play anything with strings - with the best of them...

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^ I hear ya.

"Who is the best guitarist?" Yeah, some people have the nerve to say Eddie Van Halen!

I'm more of a Jimmy Page or Clapton kind of guy.

Zakk Wilde and Randy Rhoads should be mentioned as well.

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That's the problem with favorites lists. It's too hard to settle on just one or know when to stop. So many people are so good in so many different ways.

Page and Clapton are both top notch - no doubt... But don't count out Roy Clark...

The man could play anything with strings - with the best of them...

That's was badass. I got carpel tunnel just watching him strum.

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A few I would like to add:

Singer: Jon Anderson (Yes), Renee Olstead

Guitar: Steve Howe (Yes), Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy, Johnny Lang

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The old times ones were the best...

Yeah. No display, no software and no sensors. Just grandma running the show.

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Yeah. No display, no software and no sensors. Just grandma running the show.

I remember my mom sitting at one not too dissimilar to the one above - for many hours, making clothes for us kids as well as clothes for my sisters Barbie dolls...

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Hey Alice Cooper may not be classed as the worlds greatest singer but sure is the most entertaining. Dave Grohl is cool too.

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Sad news that David Bowie is no lonher with us. A legend!

Dang I didn't know that. I didn't know he was sick either. I first knew Bowie from Labrynth before I knew he was a famous artist.

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Glenn Frey is another one that we have lost that was really good. Loved Smugglers Blues and The Heat Is On.

Now the guy that sung the theme song to Neverending Story could really sing. I always thought it was a woman that sung this.lol

Wish I could get it to post the video.

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Glenn Frey is another one that we have lost that was really good. Loved Smugglers Blues and The Heat Is On.

Now the guy that sung the theme song to Neverending Story could really sing. I always thought it was a woman that sung this.lol

Wish I could get it to post the video.

I did like Smugglers Blues, but his best stuff he wrote and sang with the Eagles.

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Karen Carpenter - Hey!! Lay off! The songs were questionable, but her voice was awesome.

I agree on voice and loved the songs and arrangements. Edited by Red_readerhockeycat_fishez
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Modern era: Jim Morrison, Linda Ronstadt.

Before that - Bing all the way baby.

Harte

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Jim Morrison for the modern era? Looks like you're stuck in back time Harte. If we were judging singers going back for centuries then maybe modern era would suit.

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Once you live long enough, everything's an "era."

After the seventies is post-modern to me. :w00t:

Harte

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Dang I didn't know that. I didn't know he was sick either. I first knew Bowie from Labrynth before I knew he was a famous artist.

Errr, he was famous long before labrynth

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