Best old guitarists

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All the old guitarists in a one stop shop here. If you want more, he's doing a streaming show at 7pm EST tonight (Midnight in UK)
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The best of the best...
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Les Paul invented the Boss looper! Who knew?
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"All music is folk music. I aint never heard no horse sing a song".
Louis Armstrong
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WanHu wrote:
Les Paul invented the Boss looper! Who knew?


I knew it. :D
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RIP Alan ..

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Big Jim Sullivan, England's underrated session guitarist with America's Jerry Reed. Both favorites of mine. Big Jim like Glen Campbell played guitar on many hit records by well known artists. One of my favorite instrumentals of his was on Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'Alone Again Naturally'
This jam on the Tom Jones Show rocks!:o
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bluvation wrote:
Big Jim Sullivan, England's underrated session guitarist with America's Jerry Reed. Both favorites of mine. Big Jim like Glen Campbell played guitar on many hit records by well known artists. One of my favorite instrumentals of his was on Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'Alone Again Naturally'
This jam on the Tom Jones Show rocks!:o
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Yeah! He is almost as good as FrankieJ. :D
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ROBJOL wrote:
[quote]bluvation wrote:
Big Jim Sullivan, England's underrated session guitarist with America's Jerry Reed. Both favorites of mine. Big Jim like Glen Campbell played guitar on many hit records by well known artists. One of my favorite instrumentals of his was on Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'Alone Again Naturally'
This jam on the Tom Jones Show rocks!:o

Yeah! He is almost as good as FrankieJ. :D


Well no one is but I couldn't find a youtube video of Frankie :)
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Hope I can surprise you all with some artists from my region.

Radomir "Točak" Mihailović, guitarist of one of the earliest Yugoslav rockbands, named "Smak". Often recognized as being the first "great" guitarists of the region.
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Sead "Zele" Lipovača, guitarist of the heavy metal band "Divlje Jagode". The action starts at 5:00. He is about as good as he is flashy.
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Vlatko Stefanovski, (just about) the youngest of the three. Guitarist of "Leb i Sol". He is still active as far as live shows are concerned, however it is of course a bit at a standstill due to COVID-19 of course.
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One of them (among many) has got to be Nick Drake. He only sold 20,000 albums when he was first around, and largely ignored, but now rightly recognised as a genius with one of the best picking hands around.
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JJ. Cale, Eric Clapton, Christine Lakeland and others
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Not sure how old he is,He's no teenager Always admired gary Hoey's Playing
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