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Why hasn't anyone mentioned Bob Marley?


Perhaps because he's not really thought of as a Guitarist - more than a singer/songwriter/rhythm guy? Not putting his contribution down at all - quite the opposite.


Just BTW; one of my favourite solos of all-time is on the live version of 'No Woman, No Cry' where the solo was played by yet another LP player, the largely unknown Al Anderson.



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If you grew up in ohio it would have to be Joe walsh with the James Gang and Phil Keaggy with Glass Harp.

I remember seeing Joe Walsh at these "teen fairs" they had in downtown cleveland in the late 60's.

He had the best guitar tone, of a Les Paul thru a Marshall

Phil Keaggy was always ahead of his time for guitar playing. He was also a huge Mike Bloomfield fan. I remember seeing Glass harp opening up for Grand Funk Railroad. Blew them off the stage.

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