What if G3 poll......

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What dead star would you wish would of been in the G3 tour?

Randy Rhoads
15
6%
Randy Rhoads
15
6%
Randy Rhoads
15
6%
Randy Rhoads
15
6%
Chet Atkins
0
No votes
Chet Atkins
0
No votes
Chet Atkins
0
No votes
Chet Atkins
0
No votes
Jaco Pastorius (Bass)
2
1%
Jaco Pastorius (Bass)
2
1%
Jaco Pastorius (Bass)
2
1%
Jaco Pastorius (Bass)
2
1%
Stevie Ray Vaughan
15
6%
Stevie Ray Vaughan
15
6%
Stevie Ray Vaughan
15
6%
Stevie Ray Vaughan
15
6%
Jimi Hendrix
23
9%
Jimi Hendrix
23
9%
Jimi Hendrix
23
9%
Jimi Hendrix
23
9%
Other (State)
6
2%
Other (State)
6
2%
Other (State)
6
2%
Other (State)
6
2%
 
Total votes: 244
The Prez
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Moderators, don't stall this, because this is of dead stars who they would of wanted in the G3 tour.
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eyebnez
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Frank Zappa.
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This might be a blasphemy :twisted: , but I think it was an even greater loss that SRV passed away than Jimi. Don't get me wrong , I absolutely LOVE Jimi... but SRV had something extra. Just when he straightened up his life and played better than ever he left us. It's a d@mn shame. :(
Hey, why not a G4? :lol:
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Yea I think SRV had a million times more talent than Jimi Hendrix and SRV's death was extremely unfortunate. He died like 5 minutes after his last performance.
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i voted for jaco, but i dont think he'd fit at all. I'm a bass player though, so i think it was my moral obligation to vote for him.
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Jimi, he was a cool showman, as is Steve, and I think they'd get on well together. SRV was very close, though.
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Jimi Hendrix was booed of the stage of his last performance before he died.
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Metallica's Kirk Hammett would be cool to hear :mrgreen:
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metallica1987 wrote:Metallica's Kirk Hammett would be cool to hear :mrgreen:
He's not dead though.
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mange wrote:This might be a blasphemy :twisted: , but I think it was an even greater loss that SRV passed away than Jimi. Don't get me wrong , I absolutely LOVE Jimi... but SRV had something extra. Just when he straightened up his life and played better than ever he left us. It's a d@mn shame. :(
Hey, why not a G4? :lol:
Why not? HA HA, leah, SRV was something special alright.
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yeah im suprised the grand wazzoo frank zappa is not on the list.he is one of vai's biggest inspirations, and he porbaly tell funny jokes while on stage.....
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Shawn Lane?
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If Jason Becker would have never got sick, I would have loved to have seen him.
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I voted for Randy. One of the first guitar virtuosos
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Jimi Hendrix by far. Jimi is the man and the best guitarist that ever lived, Steve would be tremendously honored to play with Jimi. And if anyone disagrees about how good Jimi was Steve himself will tell you.
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