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post #2041 of 9127
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Originally Posted by nalgene View Post

What types of music do you all listen to on your STs?
So far i'm loving what i've read on this and other salk threads, however i'm not sure if i've heard people mentioning classic rock, rock, alternative etc.

ANy chance the ST's shine with Led Zeppelin, the Dead, Pink Floyd and the like? Perhaps 90's grunge as well?

Would love to hear some brief impressions.

fyi - great looking speakers Insomniahead and killer TV stand! (looks like you've got Weezer out, how do they sound on the STs???)

The SongTower's rock with Zeppelin, Dead and Floyd! I am a rock 'n roll buff; it's what I mostly listen to. Everything from Cream and Zepplin to Dream Theater and In Flames sounds amazing on the SongTower's. However, it's worth noting that they will reveal all of the flaws on a poor recording, while at the same time revealing all of the subtle nuances of well recording material, making it really shine. The latter is quite an amazing experience.

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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

One thing I've figured out is that you can certainly tell when you're listening to a bad recording on the ST's. I tried listening to a band local to Indianapolis (very small group) and I just couldn't listen to it. It sounded awful. Most commercial recordings I've heard though so far sound fantastic. I have recently been listening to a lot of Opeth on them (Swedish prog/black/death metal band) and it sounds amazing.

I also listened last week to Tool's Salival album (which is a live recording) and it sounded absolutely stellar. Certainly better than anything I've heard those recordings on. So they are definitely able to rock out, and bring the utmost respect to well recorded classical pieces as well. Things just sound like they should! Another one that really sounded great was the Puscifer album (Maynard, the lead singer from Tool's side project). I really liked this one because Maynard commented that he created this album completely using analog synths, and the depth of the analog signal was so present that it certainly gave you an old school feel with new recording technologies Anyway that's enough from me for now.

-Chad

Dude, no way! I like Opeth too. What do you think of Watershed?

I saw Opeth last year when they opened for Dream Theater on the Progressive Nation tour. WOW - that was a great show! Too bad Dream Theater didn't take the time to record a good DVD, though (the one they just released). They were going for a tour around the world vibe, but it was totally sub-par compared to their previous offerings. Oh well...
post #2042 of 9127
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Originally Posted by nalgene View Post

What types of music do you all listen to on your STs?
So far i'm loving what i've read on this and other salk threads, however i'm not sure if i've heard people mentioning classic rock, rock, alternative etc.

ANy chance the ST's shine with Led Zeppelin, the Dead, Pink Floyd and the like? Perhaps 90's grunge as well?

Would love to hear some brief impressions.

fyi - great looking speakers Insomniahead and killer TV stand! (looks like you've got Weezer out, how do they sound on the STs???)

As others have stated, ST's will bring out the flaws in poorly recorded music. However, I don't think this makes the material sound bad, because the speakers still sound great. You'll just have more of the recording revealed to you.

Pink Floyd always sounds amazing. Zeppelin and the Dead sound great, but they are not even close to the recording quality of Floyd. In fact, I find that Zeppelin's recordings are pretty bad...but I love listening to them.

I was listening to Frank Black "Frank Black" and it gave me the chills it sounded so good. I've also listened to The Ramones, The Clash, and Bad Brains with the ST's and loved how they sounded. The only things I found annoying were albums that are super loud when put on....but this is bad on any speaker just because it distorts so easily. The Flaming Lips "The Soft Bulletin" is one that I'm having a hard time putting on now....man, that is loud!
post #2043 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

The SongTower's rock with Zeppelin, Dead and Floyd! I am a rock 'n roll buff; it's what I mostly listen to. Everything from Cream and Zepplin to Dream Theater and In Flames sounds amazing on the SongTower's.

Just not Hendrix
post #2044 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

Dude, no way! I like Opeth too. What do you think of Watershed?

I saw Opeth last year when they opened for Dream Theater on the Progressive Nation tour. WOW - that was a great show! Too bad Dream Theater didn't take the time to record a good DVD, though (the one they just released). They were going for a tour around the world vibe, but it was totally sub-par compared to their previous offerings. Oh well...

I actually saw that tour as well, but it was earlier this year. My wife and I were planning to take a trip to Seattle, and since Opeth was doing a tour and coming no where near Dallas, I planned it around the DT/Opeth show in Seattle. Oddly enough Opeth was NOT loud enough in the venue we saw them at, but Dream Theater was. Classic case of the "big rock star" who told their sound people to turn everyone down but themselves. So that aspect was disappointing. It was also the worst venue ever. I ended up in Vancouver the next night (we had planned to do that) and I should have gone to the Opeth show there (I found tickets on Craigslist and the venue was much cheaper) but I didn't want to drag my wife to 2 Opeth shows back to back. She was all for it, but I opted not to.

The good news is that Opeth was in Dallas last night! The show was UNBELIEVABLE. They even played the one song I really wanted to hear, Deliverance. Interesting to note that in that recording the band was all f'd up and they didn't even have a mic on the snare so their recording engineer had to try to blend in the snare and pull it from the 2 overhead mics in the kit. He did a nice job, but the album suffered as a result of improper micing of the drums.

So for me it was like hearing Deliverance for the first time as it SHOULD have sounded. Enough about that. Regarding Watershed I think it is one of my absolute favorites. Hessian Peel has some parts that sound SO GOOD on the SongTowers it's ridiculous. Coil sounds really clean too. My favorite off the album though is Heir Apparent, and lucky for me Opeth seems to like to play it live. Heard it at both shows.

Enough about music though, weren't we talking about Salk speakers? Back to your regularly scheduled programming ...

-Chad
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Any word from the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest?? Was Salk displaying?
post #2046 of 9127
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Originally Posted by ThorsHammer View Post

Any word from the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest?? Was Salk displaying?

They displayed both the SongTowers and HT3's. There are various pictures oh the web if you look around.
post #2047 of 9127
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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

I actually saw that tour as well, but it was earlier this year. My wife and I were planning to take a trip to Seattle, and since Opeth was doing a tour and coming no where near Dallas, I planned it around the DT/Opeth show in Seattle. Oddly enough Opeth was NOT loud enough in the venue we saw them at, but Dream Theater was. Classic case of the "big rock star" who told their sound people to turn everyone down but themselves. So that aspect was disappointing. It was also the worst venue ever. I ended up in Vancouver the next night (we had planned to do that) and I should have gone to the Opeth show there (I found tickets on Craigslist and the venue was much cheaper) but I didn't want to drag my wife to 2 Opeth shows back to back. She was all for it, but I opted not to.

The good news is that Opeth was in Dallas last night! The show was UNBELIEVABLE. They even played the one song I really wanted to hear, Deliverance. Interesting to note that in that recording the band was all f'd up and they didn't even have a mic on the snare so their recording engineer had to try to blend in the snare and pull it from the 2 overhead mics in the kit. He did a nice job, but the album suffered as a result of improper micing of the drums.

So for me it was like hearing Deliverance for the first time as it SHOULD have sounded. Enough about that. Regarding Watershed I think it is one of my absolute favorites. Hessian Peel has some parts that sound SO GOOD on the SongTowers it's ridiculous. Coil sounds really clean too. My favorite off the album though is Heir Apparent, and lucky for me Opeth seems to like to play it live. Heard it at both shows.

Enough about music though, weren't we talking about Salk speakers? Back to your regularly scheduled programming ...

-Chad

Sorry to hear about the poor sound at the DT/Opeth show. It was nothing like then when I saw them at the Rosemont Theater in Illinios. Opeth brought it, and the crowd ate it up! It was great man!

I am glad you got to see them again this year. Deliverance is one of their best songs for sure, but I've only heard them play it live once. Still, it was incredible! After our doctor visit at 11:30 I am going to listen to Watershed on the ST's (haven't heard it on them yet, only in the car). I can't wait!

Here is a bit of info about the RMAF and Salk Sound.
post #2048 of 9127
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Just not Hendrix

I am sure he sounds good on the ST's...to some people.

Nah, I actually have a couple of his albums. He's good, just not "the best ever" or as good as people make him out to be. He was probably the best for his time, though others were beginning to emerge by then.

In short, he's NOT the best of all time in my opinion. He started a new revolution for sure, but since then there have been many that were/are better.
post #2049 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

I am sure he sounds good on the ST's...to some people.

Nah, I actually have a couple of his albums. He's good, just not "the best ever" or as good as people make him out to be. He was probably the best for his time, though others were beginning to emerge by then.

In short, he's NOT the best of all time in my opinion. He started a new revolution for sure, but since then there have been many that were/are better.

Yes, but most of those have built on him-if you are talking about people like the dude in dream theater, Satriani, Vai, etc. Ask those people about Hendrix?

I never really cared for Hendrix sloppiness but he was an innovator. When I was young, I met Clapton (when he was with Cream) with a friend of mine who was a musician (he went on to work with Quincy Jones and others). Clapton actually opened with Sunshine of Your Love and used my friends adaptation of the beginning riff. In any event, I asked him once why Hendrix was looked upon as great and he showed me Hendrix riffs and why they were so creative compared to what had been done before. No doubt there are people who play better tehnically than Hendrix and no doubt there are some very creative guitarist out there, but Hendrix was a true innovator.
post #2050 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Randybes View Post

Yes, but most of those have built on him-if you are talking about people like the dude in dream theater, Satriani, Vai, etc. Ask those people about Hendrix?

I never really cared for Hendrix sloppiness but he was an innovator. When I was young, I met Clapton (when he was with Cream) with a friend of mine who was a musician (he went on to work with Quincy Jones and others). Clapton actually opened with Sunshine of Your Love and used my friends adaptation of the beginning riff. In any event, I asked him once why Hendrix was looked upon as great and he showed me Hendrix riffs and why they were so creative compared to what had been done before. No doubt there are people who play better tehnically than Hendrix and no doubt there are some very creative guitarist out there, but Hendrix was a true innovator.

I totally agree bud. When Joe Satriani plays (the best guitarist ever to walk the face of the planet IMO), he thinks about Hendrix during every show (he said so). Hendrix was certainly an innovator. I wonder if his style would have changed and what it would sound like if he was alive today?

Oh, and I love Clapton and Cream.
post #2051 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

I totally agree bud. When Joe Satriani plays (the best guitarist ever to walk the face of the planet IMO), he thinks about Hendrix during every show (he said so). Hendrix was certainly an innovator. I wonder if his style would have changed and what it would sound like if he was alive today?

Oh, and I love Clapton and Cream.

I think Hendrix would have gone into jazz (some kind of progressive), had he lived, but I don't think he was "equiped" to live really. Some personalities are just going to flame out and most of them have flamed out. Somehow Clapton made it through but I am not sure how.

Oh yeah, I love Satriani too. I think he is a gift to the guitar and guitarists and I see him whenever I get a chance.
post #2052 of 9127
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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

I actually saw that tour as well, but it was earlier this year. My wife and I were planning to take a trip to Seattle, and since Opeth was doing a tour and coming no where near Dallas, I planned it around the DT/Opeth show in Seattle. Oddly enough Opeth was NOT loud enough in the venue we saw them at, but Dream Theater was. Classic case of the "big rock star" who told their sound people to turn everyone down but themselves. So that aspect was disappointing. It was also the worst venue ever. I ended up in Vancouver the next night (we had planned to do that) and I should have gone to the Opeth show there (I found tickets on Craigslist and the venue was much cheaper) but I didn't want to drag my wife to 2 Opeth shows back to back. She was all for it, but I opted not to.

The good news is that Opeth was in Dallas last night! The show was UNBELIEVABLE. They even played the one song I really wanted to hear, Deliverance. Interesting to note that in that recording the band was all f'd up and they didn't even have a mic on the snare so their recording engineer had to try to blend in the snare and pull it from the 2 overhead mics in the kit. He did a nice job, but the album suffered as a result of improper micing of the drums.

So for me it was like hearing Deliverance for the first time as it SHOULD have sounded. Enough about that. Regarding Watershed I think it is one of my absolute favorites. Hessian Peel has some parts that sound SO GOOD on the SongTowers it's ridiculous. Coil sounds really clean too. My favorite off the album though is Heir Apparent, and lucky for me Opeth seems to like to play it live. Heard it at both shows.

Enough about music though, weren't we talking about Salk speakers? Back to your regularly scheduled programming ...

-Chad

Which venue in Seattle?
post #2053 of 9127
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Originally Posted by godawgs5 View Post

Which venue in Seattle?

Some WaMu center thing or whatever. They had sections curtained off, and our "seats" were like high school bleachers or at least felt that way. We were so far away from the stage I could barely see the performers. Sound was terrible too as the room was HUGE and very open with little to no acoustic treatment.
post #2054 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

Joe Satriani ... the best guitarist ever to walk the face of the planet IMO

Really? Why do you feel that way? In my opinion Petrucci (from Dream Theater) easily eclipses his ability to play technically, and I like his music better too.

Hey to each his own though right? I love Satriani no doubt, but to say he is better than many who are much more skilled I think is an oversight. All my opinion though
post #2055 of 9127
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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

Really? Why do you feel that way? In my opinion Petrucci (from Dream Theater) easily eclipses his ability to play technically, and I like his music better too.

Hey to each his own though right? I love Satriani no doubt, but to say he is better than many who are much more skilled I think is an oversight. All my opinion though

It's tough to explain; has a lot to do with seeing them personally live so many times. Petrucci is better technically, but again, maybe that's not true. Petrucci's technicality comes out in his music; maybe Joe's doesnt, and maybe he doesn't want it to. Who knows?

I like John Petrucci's work better, but I think Joe could play anything John could and then some, while making it look easier at that. Again, who knows though.

My favorite is still Petrucci, but I do think Joe is a little better. Joe also has many styles rather than just one or two.

Just for kicks (I know it's opinionated), who's more "skilled" than Satriani, and are we talking technical or overall?

Oops...way off topic. Ah...quick! Salk speakers...speakers, SALK, speakers Salk Sound. Song Tower's, HT3's, HT2's, SALK!

There; that should do it.
post #2056 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Randybes View Post

I think Hendrix would have gone into jazz (some kind of progressive), had he lived, but I don't think he was "equiped" to live really. Some personalities are just going to flame out and most of them have flamed out. Somehow Clapton made it through but I am not sure how.

Oh yeah, I love Satriani too. I think he is a gift to the guitar and guitarists and I see him whenever I get a chance.

You know, you're probably right. I don't think he would have made the jump to straight hard rock or heavy metal. I could see him playing some crazy fusion jazz or something.
post #2057 of 9127
Dennis, it was great to finaly meet you. Now that you were in a room with the SongTowers and the HT3's all weekend, do you still think that the midrange of the SongTowers and the HT1's are similar. I am asuming that you agree that the midrange of the HT1's and the HT3's sound the same.

Bob
post #2058 of 9127
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Originally Posted by fsimms View Post

Dennis, it was great to finaly meet you. Now that you were in a room with the SongTowers and the HT3's all weekend, do you still think that the midrange of the SongTowers and the HT1's are similar. I am asuming that you agree that the midrange of the HT1's and the HT3's sound the same.

Bob

Well, I definitely prefer Satriani's midrange to Opeth's. Not so sure about the Songtower and the HT1. I didn't get to hear much of the Song Tower, and there were some equipment and room issues that were bugging me. But all in all, I still don't really prefer one over the other. Anyhow, it was good to meet you and talk. Hopefully next year we'll be presenting something even bigger and better (with a very different midrange), and maybe a proper room to show it off.
post #2059 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Dennis Murphy View Post

Well, I definitely prefer Satriani's midrange to Opeth's. Not so sure about the Songtower and the HT1. I didn't get to hear much of the Song Tower, and there were some equipment and room issues that were bugging me. But all in all, I still don't really prefer one over the other. Anyhow, it was good to meet you and talk. Hopefully next year we'll be presenting something even bigger and better (with a very different midrange), and maybe a proper room to show it off.

Dennis,

You've heard Opeth?
post #2060 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Dennis Murphy View Post

Well, I definitely prefer Satriani's midrange to Opeth's.

No doubt about that one.
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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

Dennis,

You've heard Opeth?

lol! I guess we sparked his interest. I am pretty sure Dennis is not an Opeth kind of guy, though. It should be state, though, that all of the heavy metal stuff was influenced by classical. All of it. Of course, the vocal style of Opeth was not; took me years to get used to that style of singing, if you want to call it that.
post #2061 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

I totally agree bud. When Joe Satriani plays (the best guitarist ever to walk the face of the planet IMO), he thinks about Hendrix during every show (he said so). Hendrix was certainly an innovator. I wonder if his style would have changed and what it would sound like if he was alive today?

Oh, and I love Clapton and Cream.

Sorry to keep this off track but guitar players are quite a passion of mine and i was fortunate to be in the music business a long time (1970-1985) allowing me to see a multitude of extremely talented guitarists. Everyone will always respect Hendrix but my personal favorites were Duane Allman, Johnny Winter (sober & semi drug free) Al Di Meola and lately (last 10 years) Warren Haynes. This discussion is truly endless but i just wanted to voice my opinion. What great memories!!!!!!!!!!!! Would make for an interesting thread.
post #2062 of 9127
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

Of course, the vocal style of Opeth was not; took me years to get used to that style of singing, if you want to call it that.

Opeth are one of the VERY few acts I like with growling vocals. In fact I like his growling vocals with their style of music almost better than any other metal singer out there. Odd as that is because I can't stand the vast majority of it. There is just something very surreal and special about the mix of vocals with Opeth's music for me. I can't even explain it in words. It's just right.
post #2063 of 9127
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Originally Posted by greenhouseman View Post

Sorry to keep this off track but guitar players are quite a passion of mine and i was fortunate to be in the music business a long time (1970-1985) allowing me to see a multitude of extremely talented guitarists. Everyone will always respect Hendrix but my personal favorites were Duane Allman, Johnny Winter (sober & semi drug free) Al Di Meola and lately (last 10 years) Warren Haynes. This discussion is truly endless but i just wanted to voice my opinion. What great memories!!!!!!!!!!!! Would make for an interesting thread.

Oh cool, an ol guy like me. I saw the Allmans twice with Dwayne. He was amazing. Never saw Winter (sober and drug fee that is) and I love Haynes as well. The story I have to tell on Haynes is that there was a blues festival several years ago here in KC and Little Milton, Govt Mule and Kenny Wayne Shepard were headliners. Some guys were handing out flyers that said that Little Milton was going to play in this small club after the show and Warren Haynes was going to show up. So my brother-in_law and I went to this small little club in KC Kansas in the bad side of town and sure enough, Haynes shows up and plays with Milton until about 3 in the morning. It was surreal and one of the best music experiences in my life. And oh, yeah, the fried chicken was to die for.
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Nice to see Duane's name mentioned, many forget how great a player he was. He is also my favorite guitarist of all time. Imagine him, Stevie Ray and Jimi jamming up above! The first album I ever bought was Live at Fillmore East. Boz Scagg's Loan Me a Dime off one of Duane's anthology albums is an incredible tune. Unfortunately I never saw him live, wish I had.

Bill
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Originally Posted by Bill Mac View Post

Nice to see Duane's name mentioned, many forget how great a player he was. He is also my favorite guitarist of all time. Imagine him, Stevie Ray and Jimi jamming up above! The first album I ever bought was Live at Fillmore East. Boz Scagg's Loan Me a Dime off one of Duane's anthology albums is an incredible tune. Unfortunately I never saw him live, wish I had.

Bill

Loan Me A Dime **** in my book
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Originally Posted by Randybes View Post

Oh cool, an ol guy like me. I saw the Allmans twice with Dwayne. He was amazing. Never saw Winter (sober and drug fee that is) and I love Haynes as well. The story I have to tell on Haynes is that there was a blues festival several years ago here in KC and Little Milton, Govt Mule and Kenny Wayne Shepard were headliners. Some guys were handing out flyers that said that Little Milton was going to play in this small club after the show and Warren Haynes was going to show up. So my brother-in_law and I went to this small little club in KC Kansas in the bad side of town and sure enough, Haynes shows up and plays with Milton until about 3 in the morning. It was surreal and one of the best music experiences in my life. And oh, yeah, the fried chicken was to die for.

If you ever get the chance check out Dave Matthews at Central Park. Warren sits in for 1# and delivers an incredible performance, absolutely mesmerizing.

I will end my input on this subject with these final names--time machine

Kim Simmons-Savoy Brown
Robin Trower-Procul Harum
Peter Frampton-Humble Pie
Martin Barre'-Jethro Tull
Ronnie Montrose-Montrose
Terry Kath-Chicago Transit Authority (They will always be the definitive Chicago.
Randy Rhodes-Ossy (another incredible talent that departed way to early)
Rod Price-Foghat, phenomenal slide guitar player

Obvious
David Gilmour
Jeff Beck To many more to list, but thanks for the memories
Steve Howe
Clapton
Paige
post #2067 of 9127
Hmm. Salk. Midrange.

OK then, let's go!

Jeff Beck, Pat Metheny, Chet Atkins, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder, John Fahey, Robert Fripp, Carlos Santana, Steve Howe, Rory Gallagher, Adrian Belew, Pete Townshend, Jerry Garcia, Mick Ronson, Roy Buchanan, Randy Hansen, .. (and SO many more)

And Salk.
post #2068 of 9127
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by greenhouseman View Post

Sorry to keep this off track but guitar players are quite a passion of mine and i was fortunate to be in the music business a long time (1970-1985) allowing me to see a multitude of extremely talented guitarists. Everyone will always respect Hendrix but my personal favorites were Duane Allman, Johnny Winter (sober & semi drug free) Al Di Meola and lately (last 10 years) Warren Haynes. This discussion is truly endless but i just wanted to voice my opinion. What great memories!!!!!!!!!!!! Would make for an interesting thread.

I am going to have to check out the work of those guitarists. Thanks for sharing bud!

Edit: looks like there are more guitarists to check out. Woohoo! The guitar is my favorite instrument, no doubt. Thanks all!
post #2069 of 9127
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Originally Posted by loopguru View Post

Hmm. Salk. Midrange.

OK then, let's go!

Jeff Beck, Pat Metheny, Chet Atkins, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder, John Fahey, Robert Fripp, Carlos Santana, Steve Howe, Rory Gallagher, Adrian Belew, Pete Townshend, Jerry Garcia, Mick Ronson, Roy Buchanan, Randy Hansen, .. (and SO many more)

And Salk.

Great choices, lets see Salk Towers OR Salk Towers R/T. Listening to any of the above artists on Salk speakers PRICELESS!!!!!
post #2070 of 9127
Loved Hendrix. Besides writing/creating some incredible music, he reinvented Dylan's "All Across the Watchtower" to the point that Dylan gave props to Hendrix for the cover.

Other greats and favorites of mine in no particular order: Ritchie Blackmore, Slash, Neal Schon, Billy Gibbons, Stevie Ray Vaughan, George Harrison, Mick Ronson, David Gilmour, Alvin Lee, Mike Campbell who have all laid down some awsome riffs and licks over the years.

Interesting read:
Rolling Stones Top 100 Guitarists http://www.rollingstone.com/news/coverstory/5937559

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Originally Posted by Randybes View Post

Yes, but most of those have built on him-if you are talking about people like the dude in dream theater, Satriani, Vai, etc. Ask those people about Hendrix?

I never really cared for Hendrix sloppiness but he was an innovator. When I was young, I met Clapton (when he was with Cream) with a friend of mine who was a musician (he went on to work with Quincy Jones and others). Clapton actually opened with Sunshine of Your Love and used my friends adaptation of the beginning riff. In any event, I asked him once why Hendrix was looked upon as great and he showed me Hendrix riffs and why they were so creative compared to what had been done before. No doubt there are people who play better tehnically than Hendrix and no doubt there are some very creative guitarist out there, but Hendrix was a true innovator.
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