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5/7/2016 3:07:26 AM
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At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

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5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM
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There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.
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5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM
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At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?
Why?

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5/7/2016 8:02:24 AM
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Ben Howard's "Promise," I think, is a guitar solo.

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5/7/2016 3:50:05 PM
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At 5/7/2016 8:02:24 AM, tejretics wrote:
Ben Howard's "Promise," I think, is a guitar solo.

https://www.youtube.com...

Not really. I listened to while doing some other stuff. When it cuts to only the guitar, the guitar doesn't deviate from the chorus. Listen to this, guitar solo starts at around 4:36
https://www.youtube.com...
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5/7/2016 8:20:50 PM
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At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

I hadn't, but I just listened to it. David Gilmour's guitar sound is the most beautiful one I've ever heard.
Lying on the hill, crawling over the windowsill into your living room, they stare out, glass-eyed aimless heads, bodies torn by vultures. You are the man whose hands are rank with the smell of death. - Peter Hammill, "The Emperor in His War Room"
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5/7/2016 8:30:25 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 5/7/2016 8:20:50 PM, Subutai wrote:
At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

I hadn't, but I just listened to it. David Gilmour's guitar sound is the most beautiful one I've ever heard.

That was actually Snowy White, who was later in Roger's Bleeding Heart Band.
Why?

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5/7/2016 8:33:19 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 5/7/2016 8:30:25 PM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 8:20:50 PM, Subutai wrote:
At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

I hadn't, but I just listened to it. David Gilmour's guitar sound is the most beautiful one I've ever heard.

That was actually Snowy White, who was later in Roger's Bleeding Heart Band.

His sound almost directly parallels Gilmour's then. Although, if he was regularly covering Pink Floyd songs, that would explain it.
Lying on the hill, crawling over the windowsill into your living room, they stare out, glass-eyed aimless heads, bodies torn by vultures. You are the man whose hands are rank with the smell of death. - Peter Hammill, "The Emperor in His War Room"
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5/7/2016 9:42:29 PM
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At 5/7/2016 8:33:19 PM, Subutai wrote:
At 5/7/2016 8:30:25 PM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 8:20:50 PM, Subutai wrote:
At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

I hadn't, but I just listened to it. David Gilmour's guitar sound is the most beautiful one I've ever heard.

That was actually Snowy White, who was later in Roger's Bleeding Heart Band.

His sound almost directly parallels Gilmour's then. Although, if he was regularly covering Pink Floyd songs, that would explain it.

He was, he toured with Roger for the Wall
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6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM
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At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...
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6/24/2016 12:12:33 AM
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At 6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM, ironslippers wrote:
At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...

I didn't like this. It didn't have creativity, he was just hitting the same two notes over and over to a boring beat, or doing some kind of scale
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6/24/2016 3:31:19 AM
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At 6/24/2016 12:12:33 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM, ironslippers wrote:
At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...

I didn't like this. It didn't have creativity, he was just hitting the same two notes over and over to a boring beat, or doing some kind of scale

Not just the great skill set, but the hair, the stance and big Marshall stacks signify a true guitar God ;}
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6/25/2016 10:47:56 AM
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At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

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6/25/2016 2:24:43 PM
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At 6/24/2016 3:31:19 AM, ironslippers wrote:
At 6/24/2016 12:12:33 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM, ironslippers wrote:
At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...

I didn't like this. It didn't have creativity, he was just hitting the same two notes over and over to a boring beat, or doing some kind of scale

Not just the great skill set, but the hair, the stance and big Marshall stacks signify a true guitar God ;}

I was more looking for music skill...
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6/26/2016 8:21:33 AM
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At 6/25/2016 2:24:43 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/24/2016 3:31:19 AM, ironslippers wrote:
At 6/24/2016 12:12:33 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM, ironslippers wrote:
At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...

I didn't like this. It didn't have creativity, he was just hitting the same two notes over and over to a boring beat, or doing some kind of scale

Not just the great skill set, but the hair, the stance and big Marshall stacks signify a true guitar God ;}

I was more looking for music skill...

I would have to go for:
1) Jimmy Page, Stairway to Heaven for an extremely well crafted solo with his trademark ability to seamlessly cross from one completely different section to another whilst building a cohesive piece of music.
2) Jimmy Page, You shook Me. The first Led Zep album recorded in one session virtually.
Presumably done on a Telecaster the solo comes in last and really cuts in screaming with plenty of reverb. A great contrast to the main riff which is perhaps about the dirtiest sound ever recorded by a guitar.
3) George Harrison, Something....Pure, controlled and restrained as was typical of George's style. Apparently it took him 2 weeks to to get it to his satisfaction.
4) Buckethead...look at this guy go, with a fixed expression on his face and a KFC bucket on his head. He is the master of the (momentary) kill switch which you can see mounted near the bottom of his Les Paul.

https://youtu.be...
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6/26/2016 5:47:08 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 6/26/2016 8:21:33 AM, Willows wrote:
At 6/25/2016 2:24:43 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/24/2016 3:31:19 AM, ironslippers wrote:
At 6/24/2016 12:12:33 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 6/23/2016 9:03:02 PM, ironslippers wrote:
At 5/7/2016 2:16:55 AM, Hayd wrote:
Guitar solos are awesome. I nominate comfortably numb and hey you by pink floyd and since Ive been lovin you by zeppelin

https://www.youtube.com...

I didn't like this. It didn't have creativity, he was just hitting the same two notes over and over to a boring beat, or doing some kind of scale

Not just the great skill set, but the hair, the stance and big Marshall stacks signify a true guitar God ;}

I was more looking for music skill...

I would have to go for:
1) Jimmy Page, Stairway to Heaven for an extremely well crafted solo with his trademark ability to seamlessly cross from one completely different section to another whilst building a cohesive piece of music.
2) Jimmy Page, You shook Me. The first Led Zep album recorded in one session virtually.
Presumably done on a Telecaster the solo comes in last and really cuts in screaming with plenty of reverb. A great contrast to the main riff which is perhaps about the dirtiest sound ever recorded by a guitar.
3) George Harrison, Something....Pure, controlled and restrained as was typical of George's style. Apparently it took him 2 weeks to to get it to his satisfaction.
4) Buckethead...look at this guy go, with a fixed expression on his face and a KFC bucket on his head. He is the master of the (momentary) kill switch which you can see mounted near the bottom of his Les Paul.

https://youtu.be...

I know all of these except Buckethead. I love David Gilmour's work
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7/4/2016 8:44:22 AM
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At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

Snowy White on guitar, not Gilmour.
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7/4/2016 8:46:09 AM
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At 7/4/2016 8:44:22 AM, desmac wrote:
At 5/7/2016 7:31:19 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
At 5/7/2016 5:16:31 AM, Subutai wrote:
There are five different types of guitar solos, the beautiful, the mesmerizing, the masterful, the powerful, and the dirty. In each of these categories, my favorite guitar solos are Marooned (by Pink Floyd), Maggot Brain (by Funkadelic), Red House (by Jimi Hendrix, live at Randall's island), Child in Time (by Deep Purple), and I Heard Her Call My Name (by The Velvet Underground) respectively.

Honorable mentions include Peel that Paint (by Gentle Giant), Spoonful (by Cream), Willie the Pimp (by Frank Zappa), Viola Lee Blues (by The Grateful Dead), Dark Star (by The Grateful Dead), Time (by Pink Floyd), Yours Is no Disgrace (by Yes, the Yessongs version), Firth of Fifth (by Genesis), Width of a Circle (by David Bowie, live at the Hammersmith Odeon), Warning (by Black Sabbath), Mr. Crowley (by Ozzy Osbourne), Dazed and Confused (by Led Zeppelin, live versions), and Whole Lotta Love (by Led Zeppelin, live versions).

As you can probably tell, I really like guitar solos.

Have you ever heard the one-song version of Pigs On The Wing with a connecting guitar solo?

Snowy White on guitar, not Gilmour.

Sorry, should have read rest remainder of thread before sticking in my 2 pence worth.