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2010.10.10 - Hit-channel.com (Greece) - Who's today's best guitarist? (Bumblefoot)

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Post by Soulmonster Sat Oct 30, 2021 2:04 pm

Who's today's best guitarist?
OCT 10, 2010

I am thinking many different things these days, mainly meaningless ones. We all see and hear the corporate media propaganda about everything, include music of course. Let's take who is the best guitarist today. I like many ones: Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead), Joe Bonamassa, John Frusciante, Derek Trucks, Jackie Greene and others. All of them are top in what they play, but some lack of technique, some others lack of music range (as Bonamassa). There is one in my mind who doesn't lack in anything. Composition, mind, innovation, technique, range, everything. That's Bumblefoot, the current Guns N' Roses guitarist. Ok, I have written quite many things about him, but he hasn't received yet the recognition he deserves. Just hear his "Abnormal" album. Maybe the album of the decade. Then consider the budget of this album. That makes even greater his achievement.

From what I know, Bumblefoot is a great person too. He doesn't live in villas with swimming pools, he doesn't forget that his occupation is about music and not life style. He's always down-to-earth and close to the fans. Even tired after a live, he'll play acoustic guitar for the fans in the hotel lobby, they'll take photos with him, even he'll take some of them for dinner. The most gentleman since Rory Gallagher. Also, he handles the music he creates on his own, without P.R consultants and managers. I'm waiting his next solo album. I'm sure that it could be even better than "Abnormal". The future lies ahead for Ron Thal.
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