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nienturi
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totallygeek wrote: Eric Johnson - Ah Via Musicom
How could i forget that. Yes, it is amazing album of him. And i should add "Venus Isle" too :)
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Cool, that people mention Front Page in this thread.
I once saw them live and they were awesome (as is their cd).
Just found some videomaterial:
Biréli Lagrène & Dominique DiPiazza
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... li+lagrene
Dominique DiPiazza:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCdGO2PZ ... i%20piazza
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of ocurse, I'm lazy to read the rest of pages to see If someone wrote this but:

try the LTE albums (Liquid Tension Experiment)
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Considering no ones mentioned him yet, Neil Zaza.

Look at his albums 'Sing,' 'Staring at the Sun' and 'Melodica.'

There's a couple videos on his website: neilzaza.com

Also this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6OQjYzP ... eil%20zaza
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Too many albums to think of so I'll just put the artists. i pretty much like all the stuff i listen to anyway :)

Steve Vai
Tommy Emmanuel
Eric Johnson
Django Reindhardt
Jeff Beck
Jan Akkerman
Joe Satriani
Paul Gilbert
King Crimson
Yngwie Malmsteen (first album only)
Beethoven/Mozart/Rodrigo/Bach/Chopin
Virgil Donati
George Benson

Others that i wont put because there's too many.

Ok so a little more than 10 but ahh well...
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Neil Zaza - I'm Alrite
Jerry C - Canon Rock
Jerry C - Beloved
Buckethead - Hog B*tch Stomp
Motley Crue - Bittersuite
Santana Kirk Hammet and I forget the 3rd guy - Trinity
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Shy Boy wrote:
Alright, so if you’re a die hard instrumental guitar listener, please post your favorite guitarists and the CD or DVD of theirs that you recommend to others most of all. Obviously you needn’t mention Steve Vai, and probably not Joe Satriani either.
1. Joel Hoekstra - The Moon Is Falling
2. Allan Holdsworth - Metal Fatigue
3. Steve Morse - High Tension Wires
4. Bozzio/Levin/Stevens - Situation Dangerous
5. Dixie Dregs - Dregs of the Earth
6. Planet X - Live From Oz
7. Jeff Beck - You Had It Coming
8. Fourth Estate - See What I See
9. Tony Macalpine - Chromaticity
10. Greg Howe - Parallax
11. Vertu - Vertu
12. Dixie Dregs - Full Circle


Shy Boy wrote: (try to keep it under ten)
Oops! :lol:
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If somebody already suggested Guthrie Govan, I missed it, so I'll do it to make sure. There's basically a wide range of clips, few doing him any justice, with the exception of a DVD from the recent NAMM. Out of this world. Solo album on the way - once this guy gets the exposure he deserves, he will be on one hell of a lot of lists.

If this is old news, ignore it, if not: incoming! :)
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Igor Belsy- Road Tested

Slav Simanic- Water of Life
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Derek Sherinian - Black Utopia, Intertia
Steve Morse - Southern Steel
Frank Gambale - Coming To Your Senses
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somebody who is an amazing player, who alot of you probably havent heard of.


shawn christie of zeroesque- New Math

vinnie moore is a guest on the disc. i forget which track....


www.zeroesque.com
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