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RDub31 wrote on Sep 25th, 2009 11:14pm

id say jimmy page for all out abandon and a feel you can only ever come close enough to. but stevie ray for technicality and showmanship, although page is close there also. best srv scuttle buttin live or posiblly little wing. love the blues

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Tobias Asher wrote on Apr 4th, 2009 3:27am

SRV Song I'm thinking Lenny hands down

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Brandon Lee wrote on Apr 25th, 2008 4:34am

Agreed, I also enjoy Little Wing and Vodoo Child. One of my faovrites by SRV is "The Sky Is Cryin.".

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hawk5211 wrote on Apr 10th, 2008 5:42pm

Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 18th, 2008 at 9:49pm :


Thank you for making the Jeff healy group.


No problem. Check out my sig on my posts, and try to add a link like that to the Jeff healey group and this group.

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hawk5211 wrote on Apr 10th, 2008 5:41pm

Its impossible to choose, as each of his albums brings forth a different dimension of his playing. If I had to pick I would say one of the hendrix covers, Little Wing or Voodoo Chile, or something of CSTW, like the title track or scuttle buttin'.

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Brandon Lee wrote on Apr 9th, 2008 4:19am

What Stevie Ray Vaugh song do you guys think has the best guitar work.

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Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 19th, 2008 2:49am

Thank you for making the Jeff healy group.

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hawk5211 wrote on Mar 15th, 2008 3:53am

Ok I have a new jeff healey group up. Please join and spread it around to your fellow UG'ers. I put it (and my Robert Cray group) in my sig!

http://groups.ultimate-guitar.com/jeffhealeygroup/

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Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 14th, 2008 1:49am

Alright thanks, i'll look him up

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Page&HammettFan wrote on Mar 10th, 2008 11:12pm

Another really good guy, if you can find any of his albums, is Tab Benoit. Recommended albums would be Wetlands, Sea Saint Sessions, Brother to the Blues, and Fever For the Bayou. They're all great, and he's insanely good.

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Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 10th, 2008 4:19am

Alright, I know i'll join your Jeff Healy memorial club hawk5211 and thank Page&Hammetfan, i'll have to look those up

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Page&HammettFan wrote on Mar 8th, 2008 4:32am

Jimmy Page isn't really a blues guitarist. He's more of a Rock N' Roll kinda guy, but he's got a lot of major blues influences. If you wanna hear some great blues playing, check out the albums "Lie to Me" and "Wander This World" by Jonny Lang. The first has a lot of Stevie Ray-esque licks all over it, and the second is more pop oriented than the first but it's still awesome.

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hawk5211 wrote on Mar 6th, 2008 3:25am

^SRV, with Jeff not far behind. I would add Albert King, Hendrix, clapton, and many others to the list.

I may make a Jeff healey Memorial group soon. When I do i will post here and ask all to join it!

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Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 4th, 2008 3:31am

I can't beilive Jeff Healy is dead.... He was truley an amazing guitarist.
R.I.P.

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Brandon Lee wrote on Mar 3rd, 2008 3:13am

Who do you think is a better Blus rock guitarist, Jimmy Page, Robin Trower, Jeff Healy or Stevie Ray Vaughan. I would say it is probaly Stevie Ray Vaughan but i want to here some other opinoins.

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