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  • Best Guitar Lick

    You know it's NEVER from the GREAT ones. It's always from some guy who just seems to get it right at the right time.

    I'lll start off with several 'old fart' ones....

    1) Keith Richards. DEADLY solo on Sympathy For The Devil and;

    2) Richie Blackmore's run on 'Smoke On The Water"...especially on the Live In Japan album.

    3) Duane's opening lick on the Allman Bros "Live At Fillmore East" ....Statesborough Blues (sic)......NOTHING has ever started out like this one.

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    I have Keith Richards on my list for Gimmee Shelter. There was something that always haunted me about the guitar solo in Michael Sembello's "Maniac". I just liked it.
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    • #3
      Great guitar licks? How 'bout some anonymous ones...

      1) Recurring lick in "The Look" by Roxette.
      2) Melody in "Sausalito Summer Nights" by Diesel.
      3) Intro to "Go For Soda" by Kim Mitchell.

      One of my favs is "Three Strange Days" (can't remember the artist)...and the entire guitar part of "Minstrel in the Gallery" by Jethro Tull (gotta love Martin Barre)

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      • #4
        Dickie Betts (Allman Brothers / Brothers And Sisters) - Jessica


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        • #5
          Here are a few
          Jimmy Page Whole lotta love
          Tommy Bolin Poast Toasties
          Eric Clapton/George Harrison While my Guitar Gently Weeps
          Jimi Hendirx All Along the Watchtower
          Others comming

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          • #6
            Opening of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking?"

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            • #7
              Steve Hunter - intro to Sweet Jane on Rock and Roll Animal.

              Ted Nugent - Did an instrumental - "Hibernation" on Double Live Gonzo ('77). If Ted had a creative peak, that was it.

              "This a love song, and I'd like to play it for all this Nashville pussy. This is a little love song called Wang Dang, Sweet Poontang."

              Hey, I was 17.
              But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ReggieCleveland@Mar 29 2004, 07:55 AM
                Opening of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking?"
                Best one in my book also....
                I agree with Davhaf.....Kaiser March 9,2004

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ReggieCleveland@Mar 29 2004, 08:55 AM
                  Opening of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking?"
                  Remember the old KSHE commercial with the dolphins dancing to that riff?
                  But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
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                  • #10
                    I've never heard or seen a live version of that one. One of the great regrets of my life, after not taking the obvious chance I had with a severely cute Native American girl in grad school.

                    Yeah, I'll get it over it. Someday.

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                    • #11
                      Wow this could take awhile....

                      Eric Johnson's "Cliffs of Dover".
                      Stevie Ray Vaughn "Couldn't Stand the Weather".
                      Anything Danny Gatton played.
                      Steve Morse "Cruise Missile" from his solo album called "The Introduction".
                      Solos by Nashville session ace Brent Mason on Alan Jackson's "I Don't Even Know Your Name".
                      George Benson's "The Cooker".
                      The entire album of Larry Carlton's "Last Nite". (may be the creamiest guitar tone ever)

                      I'll think of more.
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                      12-9-04

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                      • #12
                        Best lick, riff, solo, or whatever?

                        Without getting into semantic examinations of the above, I'll throw in Jimmy Page's solo in Fool in the Rain and Richie Blackmore's intro on Lazy as two very tasty, underappreciated solos.
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                        • #13
                          Stevie Ray Vaughan's intro to "Voodoo Chile". Yes, it's better than Jimi's

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Fishbone@Mar 29 2004, 08:50 AM
                            Stevie Ray Vaughan's intro to "Voodoo Chile". Yes, it's better than Jimi's
                            Agreed!!!!

                            Even on "Live Alive" when you could tell he was pretty wasted.
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                            12-9-04

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                            • #15
                              Alvin Lee's I'm Going Home riff from Woodstock.
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                              A.C.

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