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Premier Guitar editors Jason Shadrick and Nick Millevoi are arguing over which 100 guitarists you should know. Together, they dig deep into each player’s catalog to uncover what makes them unique, influential, and important. Will Robert Quine make the list? Probably not. Trey Anastasio? Definitely. Listen each week as they break down iconic tracks, legendary tones, and even let the occasional guest air their grievances.
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Premier Guitar editors Jason Shadrick and Nick Millevoi are arguing over which 100 guitarists you should know. Together, they dig deep into each player’s catalog to uncover what makes them unique, influential, and important. First up: Andy Summers. For the debut episode we’re covering Police guitarist and all-around maestro Andy Summers. From the i…
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Mick 'Ronno' Ronson may be the greatest sideman of all time. A brilliant producer and multi-instrumentalist, it is nonetheless his incredible guitar playing for which he will most be remembered (as well as excellent hair). Coming out of the glam era as its most important and respected player, he bolstered many famous careers with his taste, tone an…
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George Harrison was in a little group you may have heard of called 'The Beatles'. This alone makes him one of the most important guitarists ever to have walked the Earth. However, some of his most important and innovative playing happened outside that group, after the storm had passed. Join us, as we talk sitars and slide playing, and celebrate the…
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Jeff Beck terrifies guitarists everywhere. He made sounds no one else could fathom, played the instrument in ways no one else could copy and took the electric guitar in directions no one saw coming. He may or may not have been the influence for Spinal Tap's Nigel Tufnel. Either way, he remains a huge influence on anyone who every picked up an elect…
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A quiet, gentle man, liked by all, Randy Rhoads changed the course of rock - and especially metal. His neo-classical stylings, his incredible precision and his deep love of his instrument helps him to stand apart from so many other rock n rollers. Seemingly more interested in music itself, and in learning and teaching it especially, then the rock w…
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Duane Allman's career was short-lived, but the music he created in that short window was truly timeless. Many consider him to be the greatest slide player of all time, but he was equally at home playing straight-ahead lead guitar. A genius session player in the studio, his true home was on stage, weaving solos as long as his sideburns, in jam sessi…
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Prince's musicianship is legend. Prince's songwriting is legend. Prince's predilection for sexytimes is legend. But has he also been hiding in plain sight as one of the all-time great guitarists? Yes. Yes he has. Featuring a special, guest appearance from Jared Delaney from 'When Doves Podcast'.Steve Sumner tarafından oluşturuldu
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Is Richie Blackmore an enigma or just an a***hole? Either way, he's one of the best guitar players there has ever been. Did he invent the 'neo-classical' movement? How big was his influence on metal? Let's talk about The Man In Black. Special guest, Nathan Beaudry from The Deep Purple Podcast!Steve tarafından oluşturuldu
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