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    Rolling Stone Editors Pick 100 Greatest Guitarists

    When I read this I was shocked that a group of so called experts came up with this
    BS. No Steve Vai, No Satch, Randy Rhodes not even in the top 50, Van Halen at
    71, David Gilmore 82, Allman #2. The world has gone crazy. No wonder I dropped that
    friggin rag 10 years ago. Here it is, sit before reading!

    1 Jimi Hendricks
    2 Duane Allman
    3 B.B. King
    4 Eric Clapton
    5 Robert Johnson
    6 Chuck Berry
    7 Stevie Ray Vaughan
    8 Ry Cooder
    9 Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
    10 Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones
    11Kirk Hammett of Metallica
    12 Kurt Cobain of Nirvana
    13 Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead
    14 Jeff Beck
    15 Carlos Santana
    16 Johnny Ramone of the Ramones
    17 Jack White of the White Stripes
    18 John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers
    19 Richard Thompson
    20 James Burton
    21 George Harrison
    22 Mike Bloomfield
    23 Warren Haynes
    24 The Edge of U2
    25 Freddy King
    26 Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave
    27 Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits
    28 Stephen Stills
    29 Ron Asheton of the Stooges
    30 Buddy Guy
    31 Dick Dale
    32 John Cipollina of Quicksilver Messenger Service
    33 & 34 Lee Ranaldo, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth
    35 John Fahey
    36 Steve Cropper of Booker T. and the MG's
    37 Bo Diddley
    38 Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac
    39 Brian May of Queen
    40 John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival
    41 Clarence White of the Byrds
    42 Robert Fripp of King Crimson
    43 Eddie Hazel of Funkadelic
    44 Scotty Moore
    45 Frank Zappa
    46 Les Paul
    47 T-Bone Walker
    48 Joe Perry of Aerosmith
    49 John McLaughlin
    50 Pete Townshend
    51 Paul Kossoff of Free
    52 Lou Reed
    53 Mickey Baker
    54 Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane
    55 Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple
    56 Tom Verlaine of Television
    57 Roy Buchanan
    58 Dickey Betts
    59 & 60 Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien of Radiohead
    61 Ike Turner
    62 Zoot Horn Rollo of the Magic Band
    63 Danny Gatton
    64 Mick Ronson
    65 Hubert Sumlin
    66 Vernon Reid of Living Colour
    67 Link Wray
    68 Jerry Miller of Moby Grape
    69 Steve Howe of Yes
    70 Eddie Van Halen
    71 Lightnin' Hopkins
    72 Joni Mitchell
    73 Trey Anastasio of Phish
    74 Johnny Winter
    75 Adam Jones of Tool
    76 Ali Farka Toure
    77 Henry Vestine of Canned Heat
    78 Robbie Robertson of the Band
    79 Cliff Gallup of the Blue Caps (1997)
    80 Robert Quine of the Voidoids
    81 Derek Trucks
    82 David Gilmour of Pink Floyd
    83 Neil Young
    84 Eddie Cochran
    85 Randy Rhoads
    86 Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath
    87 Joan Jett
    88 Dave Davies of the Kinks
    89 D. Boon of the Minutemen
    90 Glen Buxton of Alice Cooper
    91 Robby Krieger of the Doors
    92 & 93 Fred "Sonic" Smith, Wayne Kramer of the MC5
    94 Bert Jansch
    95 Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine
    96 Angus Young of AC/DC
    97 Robert Randolph
    98 Leigh Stephens of Blue Cheer
    99 Greg Ginn of Black Flag
    100 Kim Thayil of Soundgarden
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    That was printed back in 2003, I would hope the team that put this list together has been fired long ago!

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    The Edge @ 24 ?

    Jerry Garcia @ 13 ?!? Right above Jeff Beck ?!?!?

    Rolling Stone should stick to doing what they do best...dressing up young teenage pop tarts in faux porn-star outfits and taking photographs of them.
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    What to you expect from Rolling Stone.
    No Alex Lifeson too. Probably too math rock for Rolling Stone, along with Vai, Satch, Malmsteen. The really dumb thing about a list like that is how all the artists are from super well known mainstream bands and dominated by 60s and 70s artist. Moby Grape?!?! You gotta be kiddin' me.

    It's like the greatest, by definition, must have been found by mainstream. If Jack White got a day job after the DeStijl record, he would still be a great guitarist, but certainly wouldn't be on the list.

    I have to admit, I was shocked to see Eddie Hazel on the list.
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    I do not waste my time over magazines "Top Anything" lists. My choices seldom agree and like "opinions" they are very personalized and usually not worth much to others.
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    I just alwasy hate that Duane Eddy may just be my favorite guitar player and I don't think I've ever seen him on any of these lists.

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    I only agree with 2 of the first 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nobody
    I just alwasy hate that Duane Eddy may just be my favorite guitar player and I don't think I've ever seen him on any of these lists.

    Too true. Favorites don't always match up with the establishments definition of "great." Some of my favorites are guitarists you won't ever see on a list like this and certainly aren't "guitar gods":

    Mick Mars of Motley Creu
    Downing and Tipton of Judas Priest
    Phil Collin of Def Leppard

    Emma Anderson of Lush
    John Squire of Stone Roses
    Robert Smith of The Cure

    Tom Wisnieski (Sp?) of MxPx
    Allison Robertson of the Donnas
    Ben Weasel of Screeching Weasel/Riverdales

    What are some other favorites of yours that other people would scoff at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlumpBuster
    Too true. Favorites don't always match up with the establishments definition of "great." Some of my favorites are guitarists you won't ever see on a list like this and certainly aren't "guitar gods":

    Mick Mars of Motley Creu
    Downing and Tipton of Judas Priest
    Phil Collin of Def Leppard

    Emma Anderson of Lush
    John Squire of Stone Roses
    Robert Smith of The Cure

    Tom Wisnieski (Sp?) of MxPx
    Allison Robertson of the Donnas
    Ben Weasel of Screeching Weasel/Riverdales

    What are some other favorites of yours that other people would scoff at?
    George Lynch
    Joe Satriani
    Steve Vai
    John Petrucci
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    Is this Jimi Hendricks any relation to Jimi Hendrix?

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    George Lynch
    Joe Satriani
    Steve Vai
    John Petrucci
    Good to see George Lynch get mentioned.

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    Steve Howe #69? For me one of two things jumps out at me for a guitarist to be truly great. Can they do something that is almost impossible for others to repeat? Or is their feel of music so fantastically exactly what you wanted to hear but didn't know it that it makes you smile? Steve Howe plays so many styles fantastically with great feel AND precision. I don't know who I would pick as #1, but surely Steve Howe is better than #69. Speaking of feel for music, where the heck is Billy Gibbons? Check out Brown Sugar by ZZ Top on One Foot In the Blues. Turn it WAY up. Thanks for the venting session.

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    Personally I disagree with having JImi Hendrix as the top guitarist. All the other guitarists actually wrote and played songs with riffs' bridges ect, not just one prolonged guitar solo. granted he had some serious skill, but by no way would i consider him better than BB king and Jimi Page, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

    And speaking of missing people, were on earth is Les Paul... granted he didn't have too many albums, but he revolutionized modern music by being the creator of the solid body guitar... Yes it was Les Paul not Fender!!!!
    that makes as much sense as a drunken mongoose playing the piano

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    I don't like others.

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    oh you better beleive it.. this_____ is on now!!
    that makes as much sense as a drunken mongoose playing the piano

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    Quote Originally Posted by icarus
    Personally I disagree with having JImi Hendrix as the top guitarist. All the other guitarists actually wrote and played songs with riffs' bridges ect, not just one prolonged guitar solo.
    What? You're high. One of Jimi's biggest strengths was as a songwriter. Sure "the solo" is what he's famous for live, but if you listen to his studio output, you see he had some "mad skills" in the "pop sensibilities" department. Songs like "Dolly Dagger", "Fire", "Purple Haze", "Crosstown Traffic" and on and on and on...he could sing (admittedly, he was no Freddie Mercury), then throw a lick in, then go right back to singing, and then riffing on top of that the whole time.

    #1.

    Easily.

    No doubt in my mind.

    Far and away.

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    Granted I over simplified hendirx, but by now means can i deny the hendrix was an amazing guitarist. But I still have to say that jimi Page still deserves one of the top spots, just watching him play the gibson EDS 1275 (double neck) is truly an amazing site. And look at BB king, at the age of 81 he can still thrash his guitar like no other. Truly amazing a can't wait to see him live in April.
    that makes as much sense as a drunken mongoose playing the piano

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    Cobain and Ramone? Might as well have Billy f'n Corgan and Kid Rock on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Chalk
    What? You're high. One of Jimi's biggest strengths was as a songwriter. Sure "the solo" is what he's famous for live, but if you listen to his studio output, you see he had some "mad skills" in the "pop sensibilities" department. Songs like "Dolly Dagger", "Fire", "Purple Haze", "Crosstown Traffic" and on and on and on...he could sing (admittedly, he was no Freddie Mercury), then throw a lick in, then go right back to singing, and then riffing on top of that the whole time.

    #1.

    Easily.

    No doubt in my mind.

    Far and away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icarus
    But I still have to say that jimi Page still deserves one of the top spots...
    Yeah, he should be in the top 10, no doubt. But my reasons for admiring him are entirely different from yours -- he took the guitar places. He was a path-forger.

    Listen to, for example, "The Rain Song" -- practically cinematic in its evocation of various different aspects of rain -- drizzle, downpour, sheets, you name it. Masterful.

    Gilmour belongs in the top 10 as well -- known to make a grown man cry with a single note. The compilers of that list must not like rock'n'roll very much. They're those people in the back of the auditorium with drinks in their hands too busy talking to each other to listen to the concert going on full-tilt on the stage.
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    Without endorsing the list as a whole or giving it much credence, I always really liked it, because it had a lot of choices that would piss off the "technical chops" school of music appreciation, who I have always strongly disagreed with. Folks who think fancy fretwork speed and agility are what makes a great guitar player, for example, as opposed to contribution to the music. Great to see Cobain so high on the list, and The Edge. Dead on. Great from my perspective that they omitted someone like Steve Vai. I know this is a somewhat inflammatory post. And I'm not trying to endorse the exact choices or order of the list -- lists like this are more valuable for the writing that accompanies the list in the actual article, which we're not seeing. Should be an enjoyable read, not some official ranking. But what can I say? The very choices that pissed the "musicianship" crowd off on this list are my favorite things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DariusNYC
    Great to see Cobain so high on the list, and The Edge. Dead on. Great from my perspective that they omitted someone like Steve Vai.
    And you -- high. Higher than high. The Edge? Easily the most over-rated guitarist ever anywhere. He sucks. All his riffs are variations on "Pinball Wizard". Cobain may be an excellent songwriter -- you've had this discussion before, albeit with someone else -- but that doesn't make him a great guitarist, and he's good enough, but hardly the cream of the crop. This is a list of greatest guitarists, not "people you like" or "people that can write a great song" or "people whom I admire greatly and just also happen to be guitarists", they are being judged based on one thing -- their ability to play a guitar. Admittedly, you can't rip that out of context, but you're going to the other extreme -- you're placing context above all. It's not more important than the ability to play the guitar, it's just context.

    You guys who hate Vai probably haven't really listened to him, you picture some wanking fool a la Malmsteem, but Vai can actually do a lot of different things. He's actually quite silly.
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    I'm not sure why Darius is 'high' for having an opinion that differs with yrs. Especially considering how consistent you've been for quite some time when it comes to absolutes in subjective discussions like this one. Vai aside, choices like Cobain & a couple of others in the 'top 20' that would seem somewhat out of place considering what many who choose to compile these lists tend to weigh when it comes to ability, are choices I'm glad to see there. Not because they're 'great guitarists' if you're using reasonably common criteria for such an evaluation, but because they did things with the axe that tend to diminish the importance of factors like speed, agility, etc. I think that to be great, a guitarist has to play sloppy at times. I also think that a guitarist that cannot play lead well can be great, because rhythm is generally more important to me; but a guitarist that rarely does anything but play lead can never be great.

    That, and I often think ideas far more interesting can be expressed with fewer notes, not more.

    I don't like others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindGoneHaywire
    I'm not sure why Darius is 'high' for having an opinion that differs with yrs.
    Because he's wrong. Plain and simple.

    Seriously -- all of that is fine, but Darius' opinion isn't that The Edge (for example -- I'm going to pick the easy one) is actually a good guitarist, but that having him on the list pisses (people like) me off. That's not an opinion of actual merit, as far as these types of lists go -- it's just an argument starter.

    And I don't care what criteria you use, or even what planet your from -- The Edge is not a good guitarist. Every riff he plays has that "Pinball Wizard" rhythm to it -- they're just different chords in a different order. It's not a matter of expressing something with fewer notes or fewer chords -- there's nothing wrong with that. David Gilmour can make a grown man cry with a single well-played emotive note. I'm all about that. But he does it well. The Edge makes me cry for entirely different reasons, and that's not his talent.

    You can't just let anyone on to a list that says "greatest guitarists" -- there has to be some actual quality to the player's playing for him to make it onto this list. You're welcome to your opinions, but please at least give me someone who is actually a great guitarist, not your idols. Your idols don't belong on every list. You want to put people like Joey Ramone and The Edge and whomever else on a list, make it a list that's meaningful, like "styles that meant a lot to me when I grew up, so I can't let go of them now that I'm an adult".
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    You have to be what I would generously describe as creative to interpret Darius' post to mean that his only interest in having that player on the list is to anger 'musicianship' types, when he qualifies that quite clearly prior to mentioning that player with his comment on contribution to the music.

    If you were to then call him on not being a U2 fan, then you'd have a point. But unless you can find something in the archives that resembles a putdown of that band, then why would you not give him the benefit of the doubt that he thinks highly of the band, and, as the guitarist in that band, he would therefore rate that player highly based on the criteria which he explicitly states?


    >And I don't care what criteria you use, or even what planet your from -- The Edge is not a good guitarist.

    To YOU.


    >Every riff he plays has that "Pinball Wizard" rhythm to it -- they're just different chords in a different order.

    That is not a valid dismissal of an opinion that one might hold relative to the ability of this player, as it does not speak to the criteria Darius established, which is based less on the playing as an individual piece of the music, and more on its contribution to the music as a whole. Besides, you could use that argument to disqualify EVERY guitarist on the list whose playing is largely based on I-IV-V structures. There are a lot of them.


    >You can't just let anyone on to a list that says "greatest guitarists"

    Who's 'just anyone'? That could be someone who elicits a response in a listener that leads that listener to think of that player as 'great' even if to you it's 'just anyone.'


    >there has to be some actual quality to the player's playing for him to make it onto this list.

    I am seriously having difficulty believing you are posting this stuff. Are you going to define 'quality?' I hope you're teaching QUALITY to yr students, Pirsig.

    WRONG answer.


    >You're welcome to your opinions, but please at least give me someone who is actually a great guitarist, not your idols.

    But I can provide you with a response if you'd like me to defend a player on that list that I like, versus one that isn't, that I don't--and vice versa (a pointless exercise, would you not agree?). Mind you, I never studied theory, but after nearly 3 decades of playing I can at least point to figures & licks or the lack thereof in certain strategic measures and/or passages to register a compliment--or a putdown. And that goes for discussions about placement, pro and con. Of course, it's hardly worth the bother. And in spite of anything & everything, you've never given me any reason to feel that this is something you don't comprehend. So this is all a little puzzling.


    >Your idols don't belong on every list.

    It's funny, try as I might to not care about lists, I find myself drawn into this nonsense because I spend time in places like this where people do. But all in all the whole list thing is mostly ridiculous. Darius' take on it is refreshing, and if you don't understand why, then go dig up a list from some mag like Guitar Player or something like that. Some site like, I don't know, Metal Sludge? Those are the sorts of lists that have been hammered out & foisted on us for a long time, and in a way that strongly suggested that it's a goddamn rule & we all must obey or something. Since, I hope, most of us are over that nonsense, it's strange to see this taken so seriously, but whatever. Nevertheless, I can understand you not necessarily agreeing with Darius' take, but as someone who's spent enough time on boards knocking this stuff around, I would not have figured you for one who would actually challenge what he said.


    >You want to put people like Joey Ramone and The Edge and whomever else on a list, make it a list that's meaningful, like "styles that meant a lot to me when I grew up, so I can't let go of them now that I'm an adult".

    Well, firstly, Joey Ramone was not a guitarist, but as for the guy who was, you brought him up, not me. I don't care about the Edge or U2 any more than I care about this list. But...Johnny Ramone's guitar work is not something I feel necessary to let go of, in terms of appreciating, now that I'm an adult. I'll tell you straight up, I consider that to be great playing, playing that requires GREAT skill, even though leads & solos are generally not involved. Skills like timing, memory, and discipline. Not the ability to play a million notes a second, or to evoke classical music, or to be a great improviser, or to recycle Chuck Berry licks, re-work ideas Hendrix came up with that are beyond the capability of most players anyway, or half-baked Ace Frehley runs that were, seemingly, inside jokes of hard rock slacker ineptitude. Not that I think Ace was inept, but many seem to, perhaps because he pretended to be as 'good' as someone they thought was better for some reason.

    That's about as defensive as I care to appear. There is so much simple-sounding music that is dismissed by 'serious' rock musicians based on what they think they hear...that they would never consider trying to play since it sounds like kids' stuff to them...and on the rare occasions they actually do attempt it, they typically find it's far more difficult than they thought, in ways they did not discern...which comes back to how one chooses to view music, specifically rock music, the playing of it, and the contest culture it's spawned over the decades. Thanks to Playboy (taking a nod from Downbeat & the like), and nurtured by Rolling Stone and, later, publications that aim at being geared towards 'musicians,' yet don't complain about the non-playing fans who flock to them due to the pedestals they construct for their musical heroes of choice.

    I have never seen a list that is comprised solely of MY idols, and, quite frankly, I don't want to. That would be boring. It's years of seeing lists that are typically the exact opposite that lead me to understand where Darius is coming from, and to agree...if not necessarily on the Edge.

    This shouldn't be this difficult to understand.

    I don't like others.

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