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View Poll Results: Tony Iommi or Jimmy Page?
Tony Iommi 50 41.67%
Jimmy Page 70 58.33%
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Old 09-01-2016, 01:33 PM   #351 (permalink)
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No need to state the obvious.


I'm done in this thread since this response has won the entire argument.
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You mentioned Derek Bailey too, right? I remember that.
Yeah.
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Old 09-01-2016, 01:37 PM   #353 (permalink)
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but the factual evidence comes in the form of what makes a guitar, the way you write the songs that you want to play, etc.
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What in Gods name does this mean?
I thought he was going to start talking about luthiers.
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Joe Pass, Robert Fripp, Fred Frith, Marc Ribot, John Fahey, Sir Richard Bishop, Nels Cline, Zappa, Arto Lindsay, Mary Halvorson, Richard Dawson, Kawabata Makoto, Bill Frisell...shall I go on?
Pass - Jazz, Page is much better than Fripp at leads, Ribot - Jazz, Fahey - Folk + Avant Garde, Bishop and Cline came after Page and didn't play rock, Page is better than Zappa soloing, etc.

What part of genre do you not understand?

And Page had some great finger-style acoustic chops BTW.

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I was just talking about guitarists. Don't move the goalposts.


Also Page better than Zappa at soloing? Nnnnnnnnnnnnnooooooooooooooooo. Zappa's not even one of my favourites tbh but he's one of the best soloists ever. Oh, and Bishop has played rock with Sun City Girls.
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I was just talking about guitarists. Don't move the goalposts.
The discussion is about rock guitarists.

*Wonders when Frowny will bring up Segovia*
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The discussion is about rock guitarists.
Uh, whatever you want to tell yourself, Chula. I read "top ten guitarists" in TS's post that kicked this whole thing off, not "top ten well known pop guitarists from the 70s that Chula grew up loving."
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I was just talking about guitarists. Don't move the goalposts.


Also Page better than Zappa at soloing? Nnnnnnnnnnnnnooooooooooooooooo. Zappa's not even one of my favourites tbh but he's one of the best soloists ever. Oh, and Bishop has played rock with Sun City Girls.
Agree to disagree re Zappa vs Page. I love Zappa for what it's worth. Black Napkins is essential to any guitarist.
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Gimme a Page solo that tops this.
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Uh, whatever you want to tell yourself, Chula. I read "top ten guitarists" in TS's post that kicked this whole thing off, not "top ten well known pop guitarists from the 70s that Chula grew up loving."
Stop making ridiculous replies when you're backed into a corner.

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His playing on the albums is both technical and brilliant for that genre.
And this is, afterall, a thread about Jimmy Page vs. Tony Iommi.
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