Jimmy Page & Jimi Hendrix

James Patrick Jimmy Page, OBE (born 9 January 1944) is an English guitarist, songwriter, and record producer. James Marshall Jimi Hendrix (born Johnny Allen Hendrix; November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) was an American guitarist and singer-songwriter. 5.0/5

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how in the world can you leave out Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix
Where do you rank Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, & Jimi Hendrix?
Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmour, & George Harrison. Who'd have thought that Prince would...
Just had a conversation about the greatest guitarist...my opinion was Jimi Hendrix,Jimmy Page, Duane Allman, and Robert Johnson
I love Jimi Hendrix obviously, and Jimmy Page and Prince. And als...
Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix on guitar, Flea on bass, Neil Pert (or John Bonham on drums) with Freddy Mercury doing vocals.
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My top 5 favorite rock musicians of all time. 1. Jimmy Page. 2. Robert Plant. 3. Bradley Nowell. 4. Jimi Hendrix. 5. Dave Grohl
There would be no Jimi Hendrix or Jimmy Page. No Stevie Ray. No Beck.
Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page. They're all so talented they're like music's gems. Buh-dum-tsss
nah man, it's Jimmy Page, Robert Plant & John Bonham man 😂. Might be thinking of Jimi Hendrix?
John 5, Michael Amott, Jimi Hendrix, James Hetfield and Jimmy Page are definitely my biggest inspirations when it comes to guitar.
Had a dream I got stoned with Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page last night was the best thing ever
Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Robby Krieger, and John Frusciante. That's it, those are the best guitarists of all time in my eyes.
"Best guitar player or all time?" Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, or my fav The Edge!
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“Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, two of the greatest guitarists. Jimmy Page not Clapton...!
Can't decide whose the better guitarist.. Jimi Hendrix or Jimmy Page.
Do you at least know who Jimi Hendrix is? Jimmy Page? Eric Clapton?
What will it take to get a Jimmy Page, Angus Young, or a Jimi Hendrix?
The most important musicians of the 20th century is Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, Jimmy Page, and Jim Morrison.
Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton "Who are the 3 best Rock guitarists of all time?
My fav all time guitarist is Angus Young.. followed by Joe Perry, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page
IMO, the top three guitarists ever are Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton.
June 21st: On this Day In Music Elvis Presley played two shows in Beaumont, Texas, with bassist Bill Black and guitarist Scotty Moore. 1963, The Rolling Stones played at Ricky Tick Club, Star and Garter Hotel, Windsor, Berks. The influential 1960s rhythm & blues club in Windsor, Berkshire, was the host to many important acts such as The Stones, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream. 1966, Reg Calvert manager of The Fortunes, Screaming Lord Sutch and the owner of offshore pirate radio station Radio City was shot dead by business rival William Smedley during a confrontation. (Smedley was the owner of pirate station Radio Caroline). Smedley was later cleared of the murder. 1966, Jimmy Page made his live debut with The Yardbirds at the Marquee Club, London. More on The Marquee 1966, After a North American tour The Rolling Stones sued 14 hotels over a booking ban in New York, claiming that the ban was violating civil rights laws. More on The Rolling Stones 1966, Tom Jones needed 14 stitches in his forehe ...
Introducing... CLYDE SCHIPKE (Guitar): Clyde has been a professional musician for 30 years. Born in Mackay, he has performed in bands in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, and toured most places in between. Clyde draws his inspiration from the great Jazz-Fusion players of the late 20th century - Allan Holdsworth, Frank Gambale, Jeff Beck, Chick Corea, and Scott Henderson. As well, he respects the legendary Blues/Rock players' Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, and Jimmy Page. Other major influences in Clyde's music and composing include Middle Eastern music and the works of Johann Sebastian Bach. TOM HENDERSON (Keyboards): Tom is one of the Capricorn Coast's local musical heroes. Known for his tasteful keyboard skills and 'outside-the-box' approach to music of all genres, Tom's talents are an integral component of the INDABA sound. Tom's influences include Blues/Rock players such as Leon Russell and Steve Winwood, Jazz players like Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock, and genres including Hip-Rock, Coun . ...
I want to be Jimmy Page, Joe Walsh, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Randy Rhodes, Kenny Wayne Shepard.play guitar for a living with the best of them! Anyone looking?
Andre here and I want to salute Robert Johnson today, on what is considered his birthday. Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Duane Allman, Keith Richards and countless guitarists have mentioned Johnson as a major influence on them and, though he only lived to be 27, his influence is woven through the fabric of Classic Rock. He was the true master of the Delta Blues.
I have been influenced by Duane Allman , Dickey Betts,Eric Clapton , Carlos Santana , Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page ,all amazing !
Record Store Day is in TWO DAYS from now, on Saturday 4/19/14! The weather is allegedly going to be clear and BOTH Mr. Cheapo CD and Record Exchange stores have multiple Coffee places close by, for those who are planning to wait in line early! As promised, here is just a little teeny tiny taste of the aural pleasures that await your ears, eyes and veritably ALL your senses: ~ Death Cab for Cutie ~ The Dresden Dolls ~ Childish Gambino ~ Type O Negative ~ Grateful Dead (Limited Supply) ~ PIXIES ~ MGMT ~ 311 ~ The Cure ~ Garbage ~ Ramones ~ David Bowie ~ Kings Of Leon ~ Tears for Fears ~ Soundgarden (Limited Supply) ~ LCD Soundsystem ~ The Yardbirds ~ Joy Division ~ Bruce Springsteen ~ Jimi Hendrix ~ Jorma Kaukonen ~ Allman Brothers Band ~ Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes ~ Creedence Clearwater Revival ~ Ray Parker, Jr./Ghostbusters (Glow-in-the-dark vinyl!) ~ Green Day (on both VINYL and CD!) ~ Michael Schenker (autographed CD!) And that is just the TIP of the iceberg! More titles will be posted tomorrow, in ...
I'm still not sure on the dude to the right of Jerry.. (I looked at some of the comments and people are saying Ry Cooder.. maybe?) Here's what I got before I clicked on the comments.. (the ones I've marked below in parenthesis I had to look up didn't recognize them at first glance..) Also, Neil should have been in there, among a few others.. Answers (I think..) below. Frank Zappa, George Harrison, Slash, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, (Jimmy Page), SRV, Eric Clapton, (Mark Knopfler), (Brian May), (Johnny Ramone), Jack White, The Edge, Chuck Berry, Angus Young, Pete Townshend, (Tony Iommi), Eddie Van Halen, (David Gilmour), Ace Frehley, (Ritchie Blackmore), Duane Allman, Kirk Hammett, Carlos Santana, (John Frusciante), (Yngwie Malmsteen), Kurt Cobain, Michael Bloomfield, Jerry Garcia, (Ry Cooder*), Bo Diddley, Jeff Beck, Tom Morello, Brian Setzer, and Peter Green. I laughed a little at the Peter Green.. the artist did a cool job on Green and Bloomfield looks cool. I like the Jerry with the strat to try an . ...
So a guy tht my grandma knows just told me tht he met Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix in the 60s and went 2 evry Woodstock! Coolest ever
Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and Eddie Van Halen are the masters of making guitar riffs
The guitars on the mask by are Jimmy Page's Gibson and Jimi Hendrix's Fender. I think it turned out grea…
Electric Ice Cream Makes Sweet Music: Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page are know for their sweet lic...
Jimmy Page is probably the second best guitarist of all time after Jimi Hendrix
Jessie Keith Witley best singer ever.Patrick Swayze had an awesome singing voice.also Eric Clapton very hard to beat.IMO Eric is better than Jimi at everything.:) Sorry Jimi "fans" but Clapton is the guitar God.Jimmy Page may be as great as Eric they are so close. Legendary Guitarists Eric Clapton. Jimmy Page, Robbie Robertson, and Jimi Hendrix are all Awesome.:) believe it or not I am a country music lover, but new country music is not very good at all.I guest if you want good music youll have to do late 60s, 70s, 80s, and early 90s.Journey was excellent to...:) Im rambling...Just cant sleep.
Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page. Put me to sleep
Born June 10, 1910, in West Point, Mississippi Chicago, Blues legend Howlin' Wolf died on January 10, 1976 died from complications of metastatic brain carcinoma in Hines, Illinois at the age of 65. Wolf’s collaborator on many of his greatest songs was guitar wizard Hubert Sumlin. Hubert played electric guitar with his bare fingers, an oddity for a Chicago bluesman—and his eccentric, slashing style made him a favorite of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Peter Green, and many other guitarists from the 1960s onward. During the 1960s, Wolf and Hubert continued to record sizzling blues that anticipated blues-rock—classic songs such as “Commit a Crime,” “Hidden Charms,” and “Love Me, Darlin’” In 1964, he toured Europe, including the U.K. and even Eastern Europe, with the American Blues Festival. In 1965, he appeared on the American television show “Shindig” with the Rolling Stones. In 1970 he recorded The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions in England with Eric Clap ...
TERRY CARR : Jam / Psychedelic / Rock Westerville, OH / US Members : When I'm not performing solo I also play in Minds Eye, with Clay Justice, Seth Jenkins and Jared McAlister. Jared and I also play with Matt Mitchell in our side project, and I accompany Lyle Runner when I am able. About : I have always loved music. Music has helped me through the tough times and helped me celebrate the good times. I started playing music when I was a teenager, trying to imitate my musical heroes, like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Randy Rhoads, Jimmy Page, Alex Lifeson, etc... I started playing in bars before I was old enough to drink, so I had a headstart in the music scene, but I quit playing in my own band, so I could follow the Grateful Dead all over the country:) Travelling around, playing my acoustic in parking lots and campgrounds for years, without a care in the world. Until that day... Trav called, woke me up and said that Jerry had died earlier that morning... I went numb:( What now? All I knew was Grateful ...
Ok - James Edward Rankin Sr. asked - top 5 guitarists - a little too limiting... so I will ask for top 10 rock and blues.. in no order - but if you want to name your number 1-10 be my guest... Mine in no order: Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Randy Rhoads, Eddie Van Halen, Alex Lifeson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, David Gilmore, Jimmy Page, Ace Frehley, Joe Satriani...
Time to vote for week 6 of the Guitar God Super Bowl. FINAL WEEK Last week Jimmy Page beat Jimi Hendrix. David Gilmour beat out Alex Lifeson. It all comes down to Jimmy Page vs. David Gilmour www.hoganddawg.com/this.htm
Ok, your 15 fave guitarists, who are they? Here's mine.. Number 1 and 2 are very close, but I'll give the edge to Jimmy Page. The rest are not necessarily in order, just my faves.. 1.Jimmy Page 2.Jimi Hendrix 3.Mark Knopfler 4.George Benson(just listen to Breezin') 5.Jeff Beck 6.Clapton 7.Stevie Ray Vaughn 8.Joe Satriani 9. Pete Townsend 10. Carlos Santana 11.Eddie Van Halen 12.David Gilmour 13.Jack White 14.Neil Young 15.Gregg Allman(listen to him and Clapton trading licks on Layla)
Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Alvin Lee, and maybe you? Practice, practice, practice!
Alright I played in a FB game with my Dad so I gotta come up with 11 things people might not know about me. 1. I have Asperger's syndrome, but most wouldn't notice at all. 2. I am extremely interested in 3D modeling. 3. I think The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad are extremely overrated (sue me!). 4. I find most red-head girls to be extremely attractive. 5. Despite their HUGE popularity, The Beatles really don't do it for me. Especially their first stuff, I like their more stoner-y stuff. 6. I love a lot of psychedelic music and art, but I really can't stand stoners. 7. My favorite Batman villain is Black Mask. 8. I still play a ton of PS1 games. 9. Despite my support of our military, I think the C.I.A are a bunch of dirty scumbags (Project MKUltra people!), excuse the expression. 10. Despite the great guitar heroes like Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen and the like, I still love David Gilmour the most. And Eric Clapton is amazing (but I really don't like listening to his music). 11. I am in the to ...
This will probably turn some heads...or maybe not. Anyways confession time again. I've never liked Jimi Hendrix or Jimmy Page, Yngwie is all flash and no substance, and Tom Morello is severely over rated...like Zakk Mild.
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I am convinced that Slash is Jimmy Page's kid with maybe either Jimi Hendrix's skill or Van Halen's speed.
One of my very favorite guitarists.. Jimi Hendrix.. Him and Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page.. the best..
I like to say that I've never had a guitar lesson, but now that I think about it, that's not at all true. I've had some of the best guitar instructors in the world! Some of them being Ace Frehley, Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, the list goes on and on. I watch and listen to what those guys are doing, and try to incorporate that into my own playing style. I think thats why I can't really put a term as to what "my playing style" actually is.
doesn't come close to Jimmy Page on Stairway and Jimi Hendrix on All Along The Watchtower
Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page or David Gilmour? If that question interests you then so might this...
All the hard work Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, EVH, Tony Iommi did is going to be wiped out by our stupid generation.
10 greatest guitar players of all time! no special order Scotty Moore(Elvis), Duane Eddy, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Buckethead ,BB King, Angus Young, Chet Atkins, Alvin Lee, Toni Iommi ! Who replaces who? I could make 10 more top 10 lists but this is it
John Fogerty-On The Yardbirds. "Actually, I went to see The Yardbirds, at a roller rink in Hayward, California. We had just heard on the radio that the guitar player had quit, but the bass player took over, so I'm pretty sure I saw Jimmy Page. It was the new guy's first gig, I believe. All I know is, the guitarist was skinny and had dark hair, and I walked away saying, 'Well, that guy was no slouch. He was pretty good!' I think it was Jimmy Page. "At the time of Suzie Q and Grapevine, I thought I was at least in the same room with that kind of stuff. There are a lot of holes in my technique. Some of the great Tele players who came along, people like James Burton, they're so good. And Chet Atkins could certainly do things I couldn't do then – and probably still can't. I couldn't play like Bill Monroe, and I always lusted after that. But in a rock 'n' roll sense, I was in the same room with those other guys. Jimi Hendrix, though, he was way ahead of us. And Clapton, because of his absolutely true, authent ...
IN NORWEGIAN RADIO STATE CHANNEL NRK ... there was an election in the heavyprogram PYRO on channel 3 over the worlds best gutiarist. As I always say - Jimi Hendrix is something special outside everybody else. But look at this list - norwegian Petter Baarli from Backstreet Girls on 8. before .?? Check out Backstreet Girls on YouTube - they re pretty good! Have a nice day, musiclovers! 1. Jimi Hendrix. 2 Dimebag Darell from Pantera. 3. Slash. 4. Toni Iommi. 5. Angus. 6. Ritchie Blackmore. 7. Ace Frehley. 8. Petter Baarli (from Norwegian Backstreet Girls). 9. Jimmy Page. 10. Eddie Van Halen.
Had an interesting chat with a guitar student today, the Jimmy vs. Jimi thing. Jimmy Page: meticulous and brilliant composer, often a sloppy soloist live, perfect in the studio. Jimi Hendrix, who never played a bad solo in his life, and really didn't do much with his rhythm sections except pick great players, show them the chords, and let them hold on for dear life while he burned. Is there someone with both those guys' talents? I can't think of one. You tell me.
Syd Barrett, Angus Young, Jimmy Page, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, n Bob Dylan r all beautiful n it suks that i only got 2 see one in concert
At this moment and time in my life, these are some of my favorite guitar players..Robin Trower, Roger Fisher (original Heart guitar player, way ahead of his time), *** Jones from Foreigner, Elliott Eastman from the cars (until Jeff Barkan made me aware he played in a CCR tribute band for a while), Brian May from Queen, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Steve Vai, Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine, Roy Clark (always thought he was amazing) and of Course my all time favorite Eddie Van Halen (forget what band he use to play in..lol)..The worst list is yet to come... But you can bet Jimmy Page will be on it still...lmao
Fancy yourself a fretboard wizard? To rise to the ranks of guitar master--that is, an exceptionally talented and charismatic guitarist, you must pay your dues. It isn't just about learning how to play guitar; it's about eating, breathing, and sleeping guitar. Read on to follow the lead of widely respected, guitar playing legends like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Yngwie Malmsteen, Eddie Van Halen, Angus Young and Randy Rhoads--maybe you've got it in you, maybe you don't, but there's only one way to find out. Steps: 1. Start playing now. The greatest of the great started becoming acquainted with their guitars as soon as they could get their hands on one, although there are many great guitarists who didn't even touch a guitar until their teens (Clapton and Lennon for example) or even older (Glenn Tipton, K.K. Downing, Tom Scholz) But even if you are a teen but have never held a guitar before, it's never too late to be a guitar god, so don't be discouraged. The point is to start playing as early as ...
1948- Led Zeppelin’s unique and powerful drummer, the legendary John Bonham (back left), enters the world. In early Zeppelin promotional materials he is tagged as the “champion beer drinker in England.” Sadly, drink eventually does him in at age 32. 1961 - In a “purple haze” Jimi Hendrix signs up for a three year Army hitch. 1969 - With Steve Winwood and Jimmy Page backing him, how could Joe Cocker miss? He couldn’t. His “With A Little Help From My Friends” album hits the charts. 1975 - The Eagles release “One Of These Nights.” 1976 - The Who earns the title as “the loudest Rock band ever.” Their concert at the Charlton Athletic Grounds in England hits 120 decibels according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Any wonder Townshend constantly complains of hearing loss? 1977 - Emerson, Lake & Palmer embark on their U.S. tour to support their mammoth “Works, Volume One” album backed by a 70-piece orchestra. 1979- Supertramp play Madison Square Garden. While on stage they are a ...
Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page and Randy Rhoads are my favourite guitarists
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this guy in my class called Skrillex the "next Jimi Hendrix" murder should be legal
Need I explain the appeal of bad *** rock-stars with oodles of attitude and smashed or burned guitars on stage? Picture Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplis, *** Jagger, Roger Daltrey, Freddie Mercury, Bono, The Edge, Pete Townshend, Axle Rose, Donald Fagen, Walter Becker, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Steve Tyler, Johnny Rotten, and, of course, the wannabes. John Lennon did not have to have an attitude to be awesome. IMO.
"Musical pages you may like ... Jimmi Hendrix 171,268 likes" FFS since when did Jimi Hendrix gain the extra 'm' in his name ... ! How on earth can I like a page where the creator is such a slack minded intellectual cheapskate that he/she cannot even spell the name of the late great genius correctly - this is not excusable - this is not a case of lost in translation from someone who may not share the same language - this is just sheer laziness and ultimately disrespectful ... big pile of *** ... doesn't take much to get it right on any level . c'mon tae . !
Jimmy Page is the greatest guitarist in the history Jimmy Page did not win this position with the name, with a beautiful clothes or with a dance smartly. He hasn't touched with two hands on his arm, made no sounds of bombs, did not put fire on guitar. He played an instrument and explored in their most obvious fields-the melody and harmony. He gained this position playing guitar. Just playing guitar, like a painter who designed a picture simply touched the screen, and that does not need, for example, paint the frame or the wall. No mainstream guitarist scored high as he in our attempt to make the subjective aim, because this guy has navigated by more emotions, with more assertiveness, dexterity, skill and courage than any other. Not always accurate as Brian May, not always aggressive as Jimi Hendrix. But, in General, rather than both. Jimmy Page began his career as a studio guitarist in London. You know that Joe Cocker's version of "With A Little Help From My Friends"? The guitar is from Page. After played ...
I dreamt last night about Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and Angus Young jamming with me and we formed a band. Ohmygod
Sorry dad, but Jimmy Page is better than Jimi Hendrix.
"Jimi Hendrix reinvented the electric guitar and Jimmy Page patented it."
In my next life, I will come back as a) Joe Strummer. b) Jimi Hendrix c) Levon Helm d) Stephen Stills e) Jimmy Page f) Paul Mccartney.
They all have a bio of rock musicians they've got Brian May,Pete Townshend,Eric Clapton,Jimmy Page,Jeff Beck,Jimi Hendrix,Ritchie Blackmore
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Ritchie Blackmore, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton are sadly so underrated by rock fans in Egypt
Best rock quitarist of all time? Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Kirk Hammett
Every guitarist with my name inspired me to play guitar Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix and James Taylor
Weekly E-News Letter - Monday, March 10th through Sunday March 17th * This is the second in a series of weekly articles on some of the guests who frequent the “Wednesday Night Jam” at the Beacon Pub & Restaurant in Wasaga Beach. [ This Week's Featured Artist - Lou DeAdder ] - Lou DeAdder: Guitarist Vocalist and Songwriter: Canadian Blues Rocker Lou DeAdder initially started playing back in the 60's. His first major influences were Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Mike Bloomfield, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton and Johnny Winter to name a few. Added to the list now are Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan and especially Robben Ford. Many other favourites over the years have also included Frank Zappa, Steely Dan, many country artists, the Kinks, Doors - the list goes on. To find out more about Lou and to purchase his CD recordings, visit him on his website at: [ THIS WEEK ] * Wednesday’s at The Beacon Restaurant in Wasaga Beach o Every Wednesday evening from 7:00 until 11:00 p.m. please join Wayne Buttery & The Groov ...
Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Jimmy Page, John Lee Hooker, Mark McGowan...HEY! I love the Blues as much as all of them. Just because I can't play at their level doesn't mean I don't have fun trying. GOD I love the Blues.
Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, or Jimmy Page? I say Eric Clapton, but that's just me being racist, probably.
Microwave Dave and I had been in a conversation together about the style of Lowell George. Lowell who, U say? Just one of the best and greatest slide guitarists of all time---that's including Duane Allman, Ry Cooder, Dickie Betts, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, David Lindley (yeah I know, he was playin' lap steel when I saw him--but if U don't get all these connections maybe U need a lesson or two). So, Frank's suggestion for the night before I go to bed (if I can sleep that is, BAD back) ---is simply this-if you ain't never heard "DIXIE CHICKEN" by Little Feat or "Statesboro Blues" by the Allmans, you got some SERIOUS catching up to do. I left my favorite slide player for last. George Harrison would be world famous for just being in one band if this was the story of that short life--but he would continue onwards and upwards.. I read he thought he couldn't keep up with the current players at the time, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, etc. He wrote a great song whilst in the Beatles, and asked Eric Clapton to play the ...
Guitar World put together a list of the top 100 Guitar Solos. Here is the top 10. Agree? If not, tell us one solo that is not worthy of this list and what you think should be in its place. 10. Crossroads - Eric Clapton 9. Crazy Train - Randy Rhoads (Ozzy Osbourne) 8. Hotel California - Don Felder/Joe Walsh (Eagles) 7. One - Kirk Hammett (Metallica) 6. November Rain - Slash (Guns n Roses) 5. All Along The Watchtower - (Jimi Hendrix) 4. Comfortably Numb - David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) 3. Freebird - Allen Collins/Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd) 2. Eruption - Eddie Van Halen (Van Halen) 1. Stairway To Heaven - Jimmy Page (Led Zepplin)
The great blues legend, Buddy Guy, has said that the first song he learned to play on the guitar was "Boogie Chillen," by Detroit's John Lee Hooker. The song was released in 1948. Hooker works in a few lines about Detroit's Hastings Street, which was the hub of black owned businesses and night life in Detroit until The Fisher Freeway came through and tore up the neighborhood. This song was also a major influence on Billy Gibbons and ZZ Top, as well as Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin and was the guitar inspiration for their "Whole Lotta Love" It fascinates me to think of how much Buddy Guy influenced a young Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix, and how those two influenced just about every rock guitarist that came after. So one could say that this John Lee Hooker song, recorded in 1948 at United Sound on Second Street in Detroit, was the foundation, paving stone, and building block of most of the rock'n'roll that came after.
if there was a school with "Sex Gods of Music" I would transfer right away. Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Jimi Hendrix...
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I'd like to say you're my influence next to Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, and Robert Plant. I like your ambition. (:
My favorite guitar players: Jimmy Page,Joe Satriani,Greg Howe,Randy Rhodes,B.B. King,Jimi Hendrix,Steve Vai,Stevie Ray Vaughn! These guys have all been a big influence on me! Thanks to you all! :-)
I Love Me some Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, and John Mayer. There style of playing and music I love. xx
A series of Intense solo's and riffs by two of the greatest guitar legends of all time... Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page
Curious to know your thoughts... Jimmy Page or Jimi Hendrix? Do tell.
It is really good to see those Fender Stratocasters in the hands of Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Yngwie Malmsteen, Ritchie Blackmore and David Gilmour And those Gibson Les Pauls in the hands of Jimmy Page, Slash, Ace Frehley, and Zakk Wylde.
I've been thinking about this a bit lately: From each of the guitarists that have influenced me, I've absorbed some of their traits. For instance, from Eric Clapton, his laid-back slowhand; from Jimmy Page, his slop; from Pete Townshend, his anger; from Jimi Hendrix, his noise and feedback; and from Carlos Santana, his guitar faces. But what does that make me? An angry, slow, sloppy, noisy guitar player who makes ugly faces.
1968, Jimi Hendrix was jailed for one day in Stockholm, Sweden on drink charges after going berserk and destroying everything in his room at the Goteberg Hotel. 1969, During the band's first North American tour, Led Zeppelin played the last of four nights at the Whisky A Go-Go, Los Angeles, with Alice Cooper as the opening act. Zeppelin were billed as 'Led Zeppelin featuring Jimmy Page, formerly of the Yardbirds'. 1973, Bruce Springsteen released his debut album 'Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.' Recorded in a single week the album only sold about 25,000 copies in the first year of its release. Both 'Blinded By The Light' and 'Spirit In The Night' were released as singles but neither made a dent in the charts. Manfred Mann's Earth Band later released a version of 'Blinded By The Light' on their album 'The Roaring Silence,' which reached on the US charts in 1977. 1997, Sonny Bono was killed in a skiing accident at a resort near Lake Tahoe, aged 62. Bono who was one half on Sonny and Cher scored the 1965 UK ...
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This 'Weekend's Rock' Poll is SO MASSIVE, we're splitting it up into two days! The winners from today and tomorrow will square off next weekend for a head-to-head battle! By popular demand... Who's the Greatest Classic Rock Guitarist of ALL TIME? Saturday's Pool: a) Jimi Hendrix b) Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) c) David Gilmore (Pink Floyd) d) Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) e) Pete Townsend (The Who) f) Joan Jett If you don't see your favourite, they're probably in it tomorrow so don't worry about adding your two cents today. We just want the votes! Let's Get Ready To RUMBBBLE!!!
whether it be solos from Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Pete Townshend, Prince, Frank Zappa or even George Harrison, they lift me to new heights.
when i have a son i will name him Jimi because a lot of great people are named Jimi. Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page.
Jimmy Page is the baddest dude on the planet. Right behind him are Jimi Hendrix, Jack White, and Clay Matthews
What if there was a band where... Steve Perry (Journey) on vocals. Jimi Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix Experience) on guitar. Paul Mccartney (The Beatles) on bass guitar. Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) on guitar. Neal Peart (Rush) on drums. Elton John on keys/organ. Would have the most beautiful sounds.
There are many great guitar players in the world, a few of whom can be described as truly innovative – Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Richie Blackmore, Eddie Van...
My Pandora went from Jimmy Page to Jimi Hendrix and now its playing Bob Marley.. the music Gods Love Me..
what if Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Rick Wright, Roger Waters, Jimmy Page, and John Bonham made a band... :o
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Paul Mccartney's late wife Linda McCartney slept with Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, *** Jagger wow livin the life back in the ol' days
Alpha Records International Recording Artist Troy Tipton is a solid contributor to the modern rock genre, combining a distinct & expansive vocal range with masterful guitar riffs & intricately woven instrumental solos. Troy produces an energy and passion that leaves fans wanting more. Inspired by the Beatles US debut performance on the Ed Sullivan Show, Troy invented himself as a drummer at the early age of 6. Playing clubs as a fill for his father’s band and entertaining at school dances and private parties as drummer for a youth band, Troy captured fans early on with his energetic stage presence. At the age of 14, Troy turned in his drumsticks for the lure of the electric guitar. Influenced by guitar greats such as his father Sonny Tipton, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommi, Mark Farner, and Paul Rogers, Troy spent countless hours dedicated to the mastery of all of the legendary guitar solos and to the development of his own personal style. After deciding to pursue a career as a professional musicia ...
"Guitar World" recently held an online, bracket-style tournament to determine The Greatest Guitarist of All Time . . . and when it was all said and done, Eddie Van Halen came out on top. It started with 132 guitarists, and ended after almost a half million votes were cast. Here's how the Top 10 worked out: 1.) Eddie Van Halen 2.) Brian May from Queen 3.) Alex Lifeson from Rush 4.) Jimi Hendrix 5.) Joe Satriani, who's currently in Chickenfoot 6.) Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin 7.) Tony Iommi from Black Sabbath 8.) Steve Ray Vaughan 9.) "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott from Pantera 10.) Steve Vai Who do think is missing?
Things You Did Not Know About Andy Fairweather Low! 1) Andy has the unique distinction of being "The Face of 1969". 2) His first tour was with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Move, Nice, Eire Apparent & The Outer Limits. 3) Jimi Hendrix played twice with Andy’s band Amen Corner at the Speakeasy Club in London. 4) Played guitar on George Harrison’s tour of Japan - the first Solo tour there of any of the former Beatles and a massive event. (Later played as part of the band for the Concert For George at the Royal Albert Hall in 2002. 5) Was part of the ARMS tour in 1984 with Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and, when he was well enough, Ronnie Lane. 6) Spent 24 years playing with both Roger Waters & Bill Wyman’s bands. 7) Spent 13 years as a member of Eric Clapton’s band. 8) Andy took up tennis after seeing Jimmy Connors on TV in 1974, then went on to represent Wales in their National tennis team 9) Has won two consecutive Pro Celeb Tennis tournaments at the ...
Eddie Van Halen or Jimmy Page or Jimi Hendrix...who is the best?
Canadian Alex Lifeson ranked ahead of Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page.
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Dutch rocker gets more votes than Brian May, Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page
who ever wins the bracket between Brian May & Jimmy Page will go against Jimi Hendrix.
Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix woulda been cool together, wish people weren't racist back then.
Although she studied jazz at McGill University, Toronto-based blues guitarist Donna Grantis is definitely a rocker at heart. Having grown up listening to the searing electric guitar of Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, Grantis starting emulating her guitar heroes as a teenager, and has beco...
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Well, after a heated (if not oddly one-sided) debate at work, I hereby decree thee five greatest guitar players of all time in order of their greatness: 1. Greg Ginn 2. Billy Gibbons 3. Jimi Hendrix 4. (tie, and clear copout) Jimmy Page / Tony Iommi 5. Eddie Van Halen
@ The Sands right now w/ free tix to see Buddy Guy!!! Words cant explain how excited I am to see this show, as I just happen to be reading his amazing autobiography right now!!! At various points in time Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King, Jimmy Page, and Stevie Ray Vaughn have all said "Buddy Guy is the greatest living blues guitarist in the world!"
On this day in 2003, Rolling Stone Magazine named Jimi Hendrix as the greatest guitarist in Rock history. Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Chuck Berry, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Ry Cooder also made the top 10 list.
To my musically inclined friends: In response to Rolling Stone's Top 100 Guitarists of All Time list, I have made my own top 10. Make your own and post it in the comments, I'm curious to see what you think. 1. Jimi Hendrix 2. Stevie Ray Vaughan 3. Eric Clapton 4. Jimmy Page 5. Jeff Beck 6. Eddie Van Halen 7. Chuck Berry 8. BB King 9. Duane Allman 10. George Harrison
And here I thought this was going to be another crappy morning...WRONG!!...This should be a FUN time filler for the day.I got 22 out of 35 and 2 that I'm not sure about. See how many you can get just from looking (No cheating by reading the commentary). Fill in the blanks for me if you can.Here's what I got.1/Frank Zappa, 2/George Harrison, 3/Slash, 4/Jimi Hendrix, 6/Jimmy Page, 7/Stevie Vaughan, 8/Eric Clapton, 9/Mark Knopfler, 11/Johnny Ramone, 13/The Edge, 14/Chuck Berry, 15/Pete Townsend, 17/Tony Iommi, 18/Eddie Van Halen, 20/Ace Frehley, 24/Carlos Santana, 27/Kurt Cobain, 29/Jerry Garcia, 31/Bo Didley, 32/Jeff Beck, 33/Brian Setzler.The two I'm not sure about are...who I think is Dave Gilmour and who I think is Kirk Hammett.One question...WHERE THE *** IS KEITH RICHARD & Randy Rhoads!. 8)
In order to be a successful guitarist two requirements must be met; you take in massive amounts of LSD or THC and your first name is some variation of "Jimmy." Evidenced by the godliness guitar skill of Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix.
Thinking about switching my religion to rock and roll. "I believe in Jimi Hendrix, the Voodoo Chile, the Giver of axe, who proceeds from Robert Johnson and Jimmy Page. With Johnson and Page he is worshipped and glorified; he has spoken through his music, and his solos will have no end."
Someone just asked who I thought were the top 3 guitarists of all-time. And without hesitation I said: 1. Jimi Hendrix 2. Eric Clapton 3. Jimmy Page
Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix should have done projects together. thats something the world missed out on
Jimi Hendrix. Jimmy page. Stevie Ray Vaughn. You only thought you knew good music
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Skill is measurable, talent is not. Slash, Jimmy Page, and Jimi Hendrix were some of the sloppiest guitarists.
Slash is widely considered one of the greatest rock guitar players of all time. He has received countless accolades and awards including a 2007 star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame alongside his idols Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix. An original member of the iconic rock band Guns N' Roses, Slash helped t...
My top five guitarists ever in no particular order: Jimmy Page, Alex Lifeson, Jimi Hendrix, Brian May, Eric Clapton.
Hiroto~ Jimmy Page, eh? I thought it was Jimi Hendrix. Too many best legend guitarists that have name starting from "Ji" (T.T)
Duane Allman, Jerry Garcia, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Toy Caldwell, Eddie Van Halen...and on and on.
Jimmy Page is a far better guitarist than Jimi Hendrix
“My favorite guitarist of all time is _." Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards plus Slash, *** Mars & Joe Perry!
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Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison... so much great guitarists but I want to play like John Denver...
Jimmy Page is better than Jimi Hendrix. There, I said it.
I wish I could play the guitar like Jimi Hendrix or Jimmy Page.
Eric Clapton (Who Im named after), Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page are the best guitarists
How could someone who has never played guitar be on the list and no Jimmy Page or Jimi Hendrix? I'm cancelling my subscription
Greatest of all time and no Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, or Billy Gibbons? C'mon Stop trying to be so cool.
Ray Toro cites Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommi and Jimmy Page as his guitar influences.
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Jimi Hendrix exploded our idea of what rock music could be: He manipulated the guitar, the whammy bar, the studio and the stage. On songs like Machine
According to Eric Clapton, John Mayer, and the late Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy is the greatest blues guitarist of all time. An enormous influence on these musicians as well as Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, and Jeff Beck, he is the living embodiment of Chicago blues. Guy’s epic stor...
Jimmy Page, Billy Gibbons, Jimi Hendrix. In that order. " Who are your 3 top favorite guitar players?"
I heard someone talking about guitar players the other day. How Eric Clapton, Santana, Jimi Hendrix and others where mentioned and how they made love to the guitar like no one else could. I said Santana, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen and I mentioned many others made love to their guitars. I said Randy Rhoads, Jimmy Page liked a little S&M with their guitars. But and I said a huge Butt: Jimi Hendrix Butt Rapped his Guitar with out lube bleeding it raw. There is no one like Jimi. Yes there where rockers before him and yes there where rockers after him but there has never been a guitar player that stripped the very foundation of a guitar to it’s pours like the master himself Jimi Hendrix, no one compares to his talent with his guitar, if Hendrix could have stuck his Tootsie Roll in his guitar he would have and it does not surprise me if he didn’t. He is an icon and a guitar god that never will be matched.
Local guitarists excluded, Here's a list of my favorite guitarists in no particular order, Who didn't make my top 15 and who shouldn't be on it. If you have an opinion as far as ranking them 1-15 that would be interesting too, or maybe top 5. Jimmy Page, Ritchie Blackmore, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Adam Jones, Randy Rhoads, David Gilmour, Buckethead, Dimebag Darrel, Eddie Van Halen, Ted Nugent, Tony Iommi, Joe Satriani, (John Lennon and George Harrison) count as one.
my mom just told me she's not proud to have guys like Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix in her generation because of their drug usage. you've officially lost my respect lol.
Slappin' some bass, if you, Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page got together, it would be magical.
i found today your star licks master class in youtube Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page epic influences :D
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'I think in the future, Jimi Hendrix, Randy, & maybe Jimmy Page will be the most formative people of this era.' -Kathy Rhoads
Listening to some great blues on 88.1 while cruising .. Who's your favorite blues man? Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page!
Rolling Stone Magazine PUBLISHED THIS ARTICLE AWHILE AGO and i thought i'd make a fantastic video. the list is VERY critisized, me knowing more than anyone, cause i read the comments LOL. click MORE INFO TO VIEW FULL LIST (1-100) DANG!!! 1000 hits in 2 days, that's five times more than the first post of this. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! i had to take it off cuz the jimmy page vid i had b4 was copyrighted, but now i have better vids for him, duane, and keith. before they used to be REALLY bad, specially Duane. heres the list: 1. Jimi Hendrix 2. Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band 3. B.B. King 4. Eric Clapton 5. Robert Johnson 6. Chuck Berry 7. Stevie Ray Vaughan 8. Ry Cooder 9. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin 10. Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones 11. Kirk Hammett of Metallica 12. Kurt Cobain of Nirvana 13. Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead 14. Jeff Beck 15. Carlos Santana 16. Johnny Ramone of the Ramones 17. Jack White of the White Stripes 18. John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers 19. Richard Thomps ...
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