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Discussion in 'Tab & Music Forum' started by Psycho305, Mar 21, 2020.
I know purple purists dont like that album but its actually one of my favourite purple line ups . Love that album.
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I liked it but it is very different to the "In Rock" era purple.
Oh yeah its a completely different sound entirely some great songs on there , the dealer great.
If you haven't listened to this guy you are probably mistaken. Nils Lofgren.
Jake Cinninger ( Umphrey's McGee ) - plays G&L, does that count?
There is a Guy that is on Guitar Forums McJazzer he is very good. and works cruse ships.
Isaiah Mitchell from Earthless. There's some great live stuff on YouTube, fun to jam along with.
I love her phrasing. On of my favorite blues players. She really brings it live.
Could listen to this on repeat for hours!
Yeah, Eldon Shamblin!!
He was my first guitar teacher when I was 11 yrs. old at the Guitar House in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Some time round 1967, I think?
God, how I wish I'd known then what a great guitar player he was, and how I wish I'd taken learning from him MUCH more seriously.....
something about this that turns me on.........
Pete Thorn (often seen playing a Strat-ike object with 'Suhr' on the headstock)
Lari Basilio (same)
Mateus Asato (same)
Ry Cooder (another Strat-like object guy)
Allan Holdsworth (the Charvel/Ibanez era)
Bill Connors (single humbucker equipped stratty thing on Step It, Double Up, Assembler)
Because a Strat has so many different sounds.
Matthias Wasser plays some very cool stuff, and there's plenty more where that came from.
This is his YT channel:
i've been listening to him for a while now.
Theres so many but underrated is a matter of opinion and under the radar depends on your radar.
For now ill contribute this guy. I know he is already the subject of much strat talk. But for me he is doing great things for great music. Makes a hell of a nice noise with his strats and seems to have a real good head on his shoulders. Im looking forward to an album from him.
Then there's the gear envy also... which is serious.