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#46 Post by YaiYaiYai » Thu May 04, 2006 8:10 am

Any ways i hated johnson or was it petrucci...

yea the strat guy.


i hated Joe an that DVD i hated Vai and i hated (insert the Strat slinger here)

it made no impact on me and bored me to tear!!!s


why is joe staying then!!!

Vai was amazing in denver

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#47 Post by slash89 » Thu May 04, 2006 8:25 am

YaiYaiYai wrote:Any ways i hated johnson or was it petrucci...

yea the strat guy.


i hated Joe an that DVD i hated Vai and i hated (insert the Strat slinger here)

it made no impact on me and bored me to tear!!!s


why is joe staying then!!!

Vai was amazing in denver
Calm down that temper! You are being pretty offensive... :|

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#48 Post by GregN » Thu May 04, 2006 9:10 am

it was johnson...but he is alot better than let on in that DVD

check out the song "cliffs of dover"

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#49 Post by resha » Thu May 04, 2006 9:11 am

As a famous Italian Moscato advertising (with G. Clooney) said:

No Vai, no party
(Yup, it originally was "No Martini, no party" but... :D )

J/K

Anyway I'd love to see Mattias IA Eklundh or Satch's friend Stef Burns (which is a FN artist too, hey check out His last release with Peppino D'Agostino :wink: )

Resha :P

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#50 Post by stratocastermaster » Thu May 04, 2006 3:21 pm

GregN wrote:it was johnson...but he is alot better than let on in that DVD

check out the song "cliffs of dover"
That is very true. I saw him when he open for Joe. He is truly remarkable. Well now that I've nit picked a bit. Here is who I think would make a good G3(if Vai can't be there)
Joe Satriani
Paul Gilbert
Allan Holdsworth

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#51 Post by salamancafiesta » Thu May 04, 2006 7:58 pm

Andy Timmons has a high chance of being on the G3 tour. He just released a new record.

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#52 Post by Guitar_freaak » Fri May 05, 2006 6:20 am

I would like to see a different kind of G3 if Vai wasnt involved , maybe some different influences like Gamblae or Holdsworth , to keep Satriani on his toes . Like maybe Satch , Gambale/Holdsworth , and your choice of shred mainac like Rusty/MAB/Petrucci/Gilbert/Malmsteen . I would love to see how that works out on a live appearance . If they could wprk put some kind of balance for the combined performances it would be rather interesting/potentially dangerous for public opinion.

P.s9 if it isnt already obvious im half pissed so i hope this makes some sense . :wink: :twisted:

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#53 Post by stratocastermaster » Fri May 05, 2006 7:33 am

I don't think that MAB would work well on a G3. I just can't picture him getting in a jam with Satch.

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#54 Post by slash89 » Fri May 05, 2006 11:02 am

stratocastermaster wrote:I don't think that MAB would work well on a G3. I just can't picture him getting in a jam with Satch.
I agree. He's not G3 material for me..

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#55 Post by YaiYaiYai » Fri May 05, 2006 11:38 am

that older DVD's without Yngwie really didnt clikc with me, there was no real

stage presence ????

i dunno but it felt like a moderatley warm bath to me.



sorry but i cant listen to it, ever again, but ill trey anything twice

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#56 Post by -yasi- » Fri May 05, 2006 11:40 am

What about dave Weiner ??

That would be cool, Dave Weiner, Joe Satriani and John Petrucci :-D

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HAHAHA!!

#57 Post by CymbalSplittingSkinbasher » Fri May 05, 2006 11:47 am

Joe Satriani
Fredrik Thordendal
Dave Mustaine

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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#58 Post by lendl » Fri May 05, 2006 7:03 pm

ha...what about Holdsworth, Thordendal, and Buckethead just for kicks. Haha, that'd be the most intense jam.
But in all seriousness if Vai couldn't attend I'd most likely choose:
- satch
- holdsworth
- john mclaughlin
whoa. :shock:

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#59 Post by The Wolf » Fri May 05, 2006 7:14 pm

resha wrote:
Stef Burns (which is a FN artist too, hey check out His last release with Peppino D'Agostino :wink: )

Resha :P
yah! that album is SO good! I'd love to see him playing some of his sweet melodies

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#60 Post by resha » Sat May 06, 2006 1:22 am

The Wolf wrote:
resha wrote:
Stef Burns (which is a FN artist too, hey check out His last release with Peppino D'Agostino :wink: )

Resha :P
yah! that album is SO good! I'd love to see him playing some of his sweet melodies
:wink: I go to His gigs everytime I can!

And being Stef the first guitar of an italian famous rock singer called Vasco Rossi (I think since 1996 at least), He has a quite big fanbase here in Italy :P

In the last 2/3 years I've seen 4/5 gigs (2 with the amazing Peppino D'agostino) plus the "millions" with Vasco Rossi!

I gotta say He is a very down to earth person -exactly as Steve is- and everytime He plays in small venues (clubs with 200-300 seats) He does a little improvised meet and greet where everyone can ask Him questions, take pics, get an autograph...

I can see why He's a FN artist (along with Peppino naturally); not only for His musical ability/tastes but also for the kinda person He is.

Ultra cool :!: 8)

Resha :D

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