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Unread 08-30-2002, 02:26 PM   #31
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Marcos Puriel - POD, very good guitarist aside from the hardcore POD stuff he does. He does alot of spanish guitar work on the side which gives him alot of respect from me.

Tommy and Corey from Eternal Decision - One of the last bands to put shred solos in thier songs (very excellent Mettallica, Pantera such stuff)

Michael Sweet and Oz Fox from Stryper - Excellent glam-era pop-metal.

John Myung from Dream Theatre - He's a bassist, but the best. Its rumored that John Petrucci is saved as well, but its not confirmed.

Eric Weaver from 12 Stones - Probabally the only mainstream guitarist to do a very nice solo in an album as of yet.

Whitecross's guitarist - More Christian shred, theres nothing better than shredding for Jesus.

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Unread 08-30-2002, 05:35 PM   #32
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He is on the top of my list. The great Jimmy Hendrix once said in an interview that Phil Keaggy could play circles around him. He is bad.
This is an urban legend. No one who has looked into it has ever found any evidence to support it.
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Unread 09-02-2002, 01:36 PM   #36
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Sorry I haven't read every post, but I was deep into the 2nd page before anybody mentioned Tony Polacois, ex-Guardian guitarist. (Thank you Mr. Prather.) Those of you who aren't familiar with him are missing out - check him out on Guardian's CD's (most notably Miracle mile, Swing Swang Swung, & Buzz), plus he put out a solo instrumental CD after the band broke up ("Epic Tales of Whoa!").
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1. Phil Keaggy (By the way, the "legend" goes that in an interview Hendrix was asked how it felt to be the worlds greatest
guitarist and he replied "I don't know. Ask Phil Keaggy.)
2. Scott Dente (Out of the Grey)
3. Dann Huff (early Whiteheart, John Schlitt solo albums, studio musician)
4. Ty Tabor (Kings X, solo work)
5. Lanny Cordola (solo work) Most will not have heard of Lanny, but he released a solo, mostly intrumental album, in the late 80's-early 90's called "Electric Warrior, Acoustic Saint"(cheesy title at best). The creativity and range of playing on this album are phenominal. This album is worth hunting for.
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Unread 09-02-2002, 09:00 PM   #38
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3. Dann Huff (early Whiteheart, John Schlitt solo albums, studio musician)
Unfortunately Dann isn't a Christian, assuming you can go by the various things he's said in interviews over the last few years, for example, that pretty much all religions are a valid path to God - if he was a Christian I don't think he would have said that. He seems to think that religion is more about asking questions than about finding answers, which also goes against the core values of Christianity.

He is a fantastic guitarist, pretty much my favourite, and he has played on a lot of CCM albums.

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Tony Palacios from Guardian (No longer together)
Albums - "Swing Swang Swung" & "Buzz"
'Swing Swang Swung' is a great album. No shredding or fancy guitar playing, but what he does play is perfect for the style of those songs.

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Guitarists on Ashton, Becker, Dente album.
Especially Gordon Kennedy. 'Oh me of little faith' (from that album) is really fun to play on guitar.

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'Jimmy Hendrix once said in an interview that Phil Keaggy could play circles around him.' - BGuitar

'This is an urban legend. No one who has looked into it has ever found any evidence to support it.' - R2D2
Certainly Phil Keaggy personally denies that story. And BGuitar wasn't even quoting the urban legend correctly. The fact that sometimes (mostly) it was supposed to have been Jimi who said it, but sometimes it was Eric Clapton, and sometimes various other people tends to make the whole story less credible too.

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Phil Keaggy, without a doubt. - He's just so good. - I absolutely love that lick through "Time".. (and of course that's not all I like that he's done. )
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Unread 09-03-2002, 04:41 PM   #41
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Yeah that dude from PFR is awesome! you just gotta love the riffs in "Pour me out".
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Unread 09-04-2002, 07:44 AM   #42
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'Jimmy Hendrix once said in an interview that Phil Keaggy could play circles around him.' - BGuitar
That's just what someone told me. It just shows how bad rumors can get. Anyway, whenever I heard that it made me go buy one of his albums, now I love his playing. Maybe Phil said it so people would buy his stuff?
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hehe, he looks like the left one now =] The long haired one is from ages ago. His 'metal' days =]. I really suggest taking a listen to the excerpts on his site.
His Prepare To Shred series are basically heaps of jam tracks that you can loop and jam to. It has all keys in which they are played and some scales you can use over the songs.
He's a really cool guy, and an AWESOME guitar player.
He used to have free video lessons on digevent.com, but then they started charging for the archives and only the live show was free. I just checked digevent, and they're phasing out the lesson subscriptions and moving them to marcseal.com. Maybe the lessons will be free again.

Anyway, when they get them going again, you should deffinately check out Marc's lessons. He's a really cool Christian guy and a great guitar teacher.
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#1. Phil Keaggy
#2. Bob Hartman
#3. Marcos from P.O.D.
#4. Joel Hanson
#5. Guitarist from the Supertones
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Unread 09-05-2002, 10:14 AM   #45
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Yeah that dude from PFR is awesome!
AMEN!!! Have any of you heard their CD "Disappear"? The music is really awesome! Nice layering and mixing. Good stuff!
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