Subject: Jimmy Page vs Jeff Beck
Bart, you wrote:
> When Page is done, (1:58) Clapton looks at
Beck as if to say,
> Clapton knew who the best guitarist was onstage
I thought I saw Clapton look over and go “What
Granted, mind-reading is more of an art than a science :)
I was unimpressed with that solo by Page.
I feel luke a religious nut - I can't believe
everyone doesn't see the magic.
It *IS* all opinion who the best pop/rock guitarist is.
For sure - it'd like "the prettiest girl."
Page is not my favorite. Creative yes but
not at all the best in my opinion.
Clapton puts me to sleep. Fastidious and precise,
like a picky guitar teacher.
Beck is a monster.
Beck is a monster - more than worthy
to help load Jimmy's amps.
Howe is pretty untouchable.
Seems like each show, the DC Brothers have their
own Battle of the Guitars,
If we had a Bartfest at a Del Castillo show,
But don’t forget Al Di Meola and Paco De Lucia
Can't forget Al & Paco...
Or add John McLaughlin to the pair and see real fireworks
I was a music major with these guys and studied with and under and played with
Andy York (he also plays jazz but I couldn’t find a youtube of that – he taught me jazz guitar)
Butch Taylor playing a piano solo start about 0:50
Leroi Moore (Sax)
I was a music major before I switched over to