+1 for GuthrieGuthrie Govan.
He can play any genre amazingly, and sound like he's done each for decades.
Yeah, they somewhat did that in the first G3. When I was a little kid, my dad went to the G3 with Vai, Satch, and EJ, as well as Kenny Wayne Shepherd. I kick myself for not going to that.+1 for Guthrie
I think he would be an amazing addition to G3
In fact I think it would be cool if G3 had a local / unsigned support for each date of their tours...
Jerry is great. Sure. he's not the fastest, but his phrasing is very melodic. His work with Alice in Chains defies all statements that 90's music sucks (most of it did).Ina all seriousness though, my vote goes to Jerry Cantrell. He's just amazing.
No it doesn't. That would be 'favourite'. We are seeing if we can agree on a demonstrably superior guitarist, which is perfectly possible. If Vai is demonstrably superior to me, the comparison is infinitely possible. Of course, guitarists cannot always be compared in the same way. The only opinion that needs to come into the equation is deciding which assessment factor is the most important. Which is where, of course, it gets hardWhen discussing anything based on opinion, using the term "best" usually means "the one you personally like most".
Absolutely spot on. He's one of the most talented, diverse, and underrated guitarists I've ever seen.Jerry is great. Sure. he's not the fastest, but his phrasing is very melodic. His work with Alice in Chains defies all statements that 90's music sucks (most of it did).
Anyways, I'm seeing him October. Can't wait!