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What Guitarists Styles Are You Blending Into Your Style
Outlaw2112
May 31 2009, 05:31 PM
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What guitarist's styles are you blending into your style...

I have a couple of them at the moment..

Gilmore - for his feeling and phrasing
hammett - for his fast pentatonic runs
Van Halen - for all his pinch harmonic and harmonic playing

not much into sweeps and tapping yet,
Id be happy just blending these two styles into mine

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May 31 2009, 06:14 PM
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Rob Barret-I love his riffs, so off kilter and heavy.
Doug Cerrito-His playing is so technical and precise, it blows my mind.
Jon Levasseur-He does things with the guitar I cant even comprehend, Just amazing at lead and rhythm.
Thats about it for right now.

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Jun 2 2009, 03:59 AM
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i dont really have a style yet since im learning alot about guitar but guitarists that influence me the most would be:
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez- i like the unique style of his playing and as a composer i think he is brilliant
David Gilmour- his use of phrasing and emotion have always facinated me
Jimi Hendrix- i think everyone was influenced by him tongue.gif
Thomas Erak- i like his style as well he very intense and melodic at the same time.

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Guitarman700
Jun 2 2009, 04:01 AM
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I have to Add Pat O'Brian, He is one of the best lead players ever, the way all his solos fit the songs is amazing.

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ZakkWylde
Jun 2 2009, 04:22 PM
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I try to mold my playing style from a lot of diffrent players; I want my rythms to be ultra tight and my solos singing but also shreddy...

Rythm players:

Rob Flynn: Unconventional style
Will Adler/Marc Morton: Tightness
Dimebag Darrel: For obvious reasons
James Hetfield: Downstroking and chromatic riffs
Scott Ian: Precision while moving arround
Max Cavalera: Unconventional, simple but effective riffs
John Schaffer: Right hand precision and control
...and just about any Thrash Metal guitarist

Lead players:

Michael Amott: Perfect balance between feeling and shred
Syu: Sense for melodies
Zakk Wylde: Pentatonic shred
Gus G: Perfect phrasing
Jeff Loomis: Sweeps and scale use
Slash/ Gary Moore/ Michael Schenker: Feel

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Jun 4 2009, 01:06 PM
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I'm trying to get some kind of mix of Hendrix, Mikael Åkerfeldt, Buckethead (his soft stuff), Jeff Beck, Paul Gilbert and my guitar teacher.

Edit: I forgot Robin Trower, Robert Fripp and Steve Howe.

Most important of those influences I listed are probably Hendrix, Åkerfeldt, Fripp and Howe,

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David Wallimann
Jun 4 2009, 02:35 PM
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Great thread!
I've been influenced by Satriani for a long time for his legato.
But recently I'm trying to get more into Fusion type phrasing.
My life changed after hearing Guthrie Govan... :-/

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Jun 4 2009, 02:40 PM
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I also agree it's a great thread. When I pick fast it's definitely Paul Gilbert. My phrasing is similar to Vinnie Moore. For bluesy feel I am thinking of Robben Ford, SRV and Gary Moore. There are some others that are worth mentioning, like Eric Clapton and David Gilmore.

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Satch, Vai....for their legato tapping and tremolo use. In the last 6 months or so it has been Muris and Emir.....I'm a long ways from using their influence though. Damn AP!!!!!!! tongue.gif laugh.gif

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Erm.. my style? I am afraid I don't have anything like that to eat!

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Gary moore - bluesyness
John mayer - dynamics/melody
Govan - im not there ATM wink.gif
Frederik - Feeeel

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My biggest influence in my playing is Lian Gerbino..... He rocks

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the influences in my playing is:
Andy timmons - for his nice tone and awesome chromatic runs
Guthrie govan - for his creativity with cool tappings and effects and stuff
Marco Sfogli - for the tone and awesome creativity in his playing
Jack Thammarat - on his way to write songs (full of emotions and perfect harmonies)

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QUOTE (superize @ Jun 4 2009, 10:01 PM) *
My biggest influence in my playing is Lian Gerbino..... He rocks

Indeed \m/ \m/

Also I'm very inspired by Esa Holopainen of Amorphis. His melodic phrasing is amazing.

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My main guitar influences? hmm...

Nergal and Seth from Behemoth: Fast riffs and their solo sound
Johan Ericson and Daniel Arvidsson from Draconian: Melodic/Sad sounding leads, clean/acoustic guitar, and heavy riffs
Mikael Akerfeldt: once again riffs are heavily influenced by his playing
Emppu Vuorinen: Tone and the awesome way the guitar follows along with the orchestral parts of nightwish songs

im sure theres a few more i havent listed

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Slash,
Ace Frehley,
Joe Satriani

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Gary Moore for his awesome ferocious picking style and phrasing, SRV for his pentatonic blues riffs and shuffle rythyms and Ivan Milenkovic's masterful legato runs!
If i could master these i couldnt care less about tapping, sweeps or anything else!!!

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I want to, and strive to play like

Kirk Hammet early Metallica approach of leads and solo`s
Zakk Wylde pentatonic in your face like style
Dimebag Darrel tight playing
Slash for his great soul and feel in playing
James Hetfield really envy his downpicking biggrin.gif
And ofcourse I dream of inventing riffs as suberb as mr Iommi
And I want to play the acoustic like Stanley Samuelsen (a Faroese folk musician)

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FilipofCroatia
Jun 21 2009, 12:16 PM
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My main influences are JimmyPage, Clapton, Peter Green, BB king

So a combination of all these please ... lol

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