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post Apr 3 2009, 03:39 PM
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For me, totally depends on style . For example, I adore Angus' solo, he might not be the best technical player, but he rocks. As for blues, some of SRV's stuff is just amazing,

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post Apr 3 2009, 04:01 PM
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One heck of a good thread here, and lots of great advice.
I think a great solo has a certain magic to it, an inspired choice of notes where one understands and hears the next note coming but at the same would never have thought to put that note there. Like gazing at a spectacular fireworks display, you know what a firework looks like but it's the orchestration of their timing, type and colour that makes people go "ooo..", "aaaah"..

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post Apr 3 2009, 05:22 PM
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Dave Gilmours first note at the beginning of "Shine on You Crazy Diamond", that perfect note, with perfect tone, feel and placement is all the reason I ever need or will need to pick up my guitar and play.
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